Carmelo Anthony - With Melo starting at the 4 the Knicks are playing near .700 ball. On the flip side to that he is undersized which isn't an issue on most nights.. But against some of the bigger teams that play good defense (Indiana, Memphis, Chicago, Brooklyn). It can work against us..
Amar'e Stoudemire - Injuries have pretty much made this guy irrelevant. He can't play a lick of defense and it has gotten considerably worse as his knees deteriorate. He has improved his post play considerably and is a pick and pop/roll threat who has shown the propensity to hit the 17 footer at a decent clip in his career.
Andrea Bargnani - Last year he shot 30% from distance... It is said that he is a floor spacer but if he continues to shoot at that clip defenses won't respect him. I fully expect Dave Hopla to get him shooting the ball better for next season and I also expect him to play better with the change of scenery. This guy doesn't defend or rebound. But his game would compliment Melo's more so than Stoudemire because of his touch from distance..
If healthy.. I am going with Stoudemire simply because I believe he give us the best chance to win. Also if he is only playing 25 minutes a game Bargnani will have plenty of time to impact the game as well..