The Knicks are plotting an entrance strategy for 6-foot-10 big man Jeremy Tyler, hoping he can give them a youthful spark.

Knicks brass has seriously discussed re-signing Tyler this week to bolster their frontcourt, according to an NBA source. That would take advantage of the four-day break, after Saturday’s 115-100 loss in Toronto, by incorporating him in practice.

Tyler is playing for the Knicks’ D-League affiliate in Erie, Pa., but is an NBA free agent. The Knicks will take off Sunday and practice for three days before opening a three-game trip in San Antonio on Thursday.