Looking to bulk up their front line for the postseason, the Knicks have acquired big man Dan Gadzuric, and were forced to let go small forward Bill Walker to make space for their new center. The NY Post has the details: “Mike Woodson announced that the Knicks will sign 6-11 journeyman center Dan Gadzuric and waive swingman Bill Walker in a move to provide depth and insurance for the playoffs. Gadzuric, 34, an athletic big man out of UCLA, will be added in case Amar’e Stoudemire and Jared Jeffries break down in the playoffs. Prior to signing with the Knicks, Gadzuric played for the Texas Legends in the D-League and overseas in China. Gadzuric’s last NBA action came last season when he played for the Nets, appearing in 14 games. Gadzuric had played eight seasons for the Bucks after UCLA. ‘It gives us another big,’ Woodson said. ‘Just in case Jared is not able to come back from his rest. It gives us a veteran big that’s been around that could use fouls and rebound.'”
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