James, 29, is a 7-foot-1 veteran who averaged 4.9 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.39 blocks per game in a career-high 80 starts for Seattle last season
James will become the only proven center for the Knicks, who traded away Nazr Mohammed in February and Kurt Thomas in June. James' presence will also ease some of the burden off rookie center Channing Frye, the Arizona star who the Knicks drafted in the first round last month
lol you guys set your expectation too high for him.
got to give him credit. Hes a smart man. getting paid millions for eating burgers and warming the bench.
If the knicks get rid of him next year think he'll get signed anywhere else?