Some Knicks fans aren’t ready for the end of Linsanity.
The Dwight Howard trade saga seems to be over, at least for now. The Brooklyn Nets have moved on to their backup plan, reaching an agreement on a reported four-year deal with Brook Lopez.
By all accounts, the Knicks are expected to match Lin’s offer sheet from the Houston Rockets, reportedly worth around $29 million over four years. But they might have some explaining to do.
Free agents in the NBA could finally sign contracts starting at 12:01 a.m. EDT Wednesday, and the Brooklyn Nets wasted no time getting their All-Star point guard to put pen to paper — well, iPad actually.
In many ways, the Knicks are in a situation reminiscent of the Isiah Thomas days. They aren’t very young, are capped out and don’t own many of their own draft picks. There’s one big difference, however.
New York was expected to re-sign the free agent this offseason. When asked by a fan on Monday night to consider Los Angeles, Smith tweeted, “Sorry but im a #KNICK!”
Burress thinks there’s “no doubt” Sanchez will improve in 2012. After all, there’s the added motivation of Tim Tebow at No. 2 on the depth chart, and the quarterback shouldn’t be bothered by the shoulder injuries that hampered him in 2011. Wait, what?
They say everything is bigger in Texas. We’ll soon find out that’s true concerning Jeremy Lin’s contract.
It seems Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald will have a big-money decision to make on arguably his best draw.
Toronto did make it all but impossible for the Knicks to complete a sign and trade for Steve Nash without including Iman Shumpert or Jeremy Lin. They will do anything they can to land their native son.
Lin is expected to re-sign with the Knicks, who are also courting free agent point guard Steve Nash.
Martin Brodeur loves the game and he has had a wondrous career with the New Jersey that will end up with him ranked with the best goalies in the history of the game. But if the Devils can’t re-sign Zach Parise, Brodeur may not be so thrilled with his decision.
The dash for Nash hit the Big Apple on Sunday. The Knicks hosted longtime Suns point guard Steve Nash for three hours on the first day of free agency, according to the New York Post.
Martin Brodeur has all but guaranteed he’ll play next season. But on Friday, Devils fans were shocked to hear there’s a chance he might not suit up for New Jersey.
With the NBA draft coming up Thursday, Knicks news has been flying left and right — even though they have no first-round pick. Let’s cover it all.
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