The New York Post (Marc Berman) reports via blog: Eddy Curry claims he’s in “good shape”, contrary from indications from D’Antoni. Curry is no given to start at center. “I’d be very disappointed,” Curry said. David Lee is a center candidate. “I”m excited about the possibility of playing different positions,” Lee said.

InsideHoops.com editor says: Curry is good for instant offense. If you feed him the ball down low and he immediately tries to score, over and over, he’ll be effective for that stretch. If the Knicks do bring him off the bench, he should get the ball 10 times in a row, try to score all 10 times (unless the defense simply refuses to allow a smart opportunity, of course), and then be sat down.