Carmelo Anthony at the four and Kristaps Porzingis at the five is just one possible lineup alteration the New York Knicks can make.

The NBA All-Star break is right around he corner and it, arguably, couldn’t come at a more opportune time for the New York Knicks.

Sitting 10 games below the .500 mark, the much-needed break allows for the orange and blue to achieve respite, and more importantly, the chance to regroup.

The playing group maintain the brief and desire to qualify for the postseason and in their minds, make some noise. As of right now, what Jeff Hornacek is doing isn’t working. It is simply unacceptable that a team with this much talent is performing as such a low standard.

To Hornacek’s credit, somewhat, he has experimented with a few changes here and there, but none of his alterations has lasted for any meaningful period of time. With the Knicks current record and place in the Eastern Conference, they have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Therefore, it makes complete sense to make some possibly drastic or just more permanent changes to the lineup and rotations.

Here are a few possibilities: