Given Jose Calderon's inability to provide the Knicks what they've needed at the starting point guard position, it's anyone's guess as to whether he'll be on the roster next season, let alone remaining a starter.
The Knicks have taken a chance on Tony Wroten, and will begin to explore how much a gamble will eventually pay off when he finally hits the hardwood during the NBA Summer League later this offseason. Even so, though everyone seems to be getting along (Wroten and Calderon included), the youngster had no problem in asserting he'd be the starting floor general for New York next season, late last week.
Such a firing shot in Calderon's direction isn't all that bad. Competition is good, not only if it leads to Wroten raising his game, but also if it lights the fire under Calderon's butt in the process (if/when he goes on to return next season, of course). With an obvious void to fill at the point guard position, the Knicks would only be so lucky if Wroten started and provided them with much of what they crave at the head of their offense.