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Lin’s Departure A Surprise To D’Antoni, Ex-Teammates On Knicks

Lin became a Houston Rocket on Tuesday night when the Knicks refused to match a three-year deal worth about $25 million, ending a brief but amazing run as New York’s point guard.


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Sound Off: Will Knicks Regret Letting Jeremy Lin Sign With Rockets?

Linsanity in New York is, well, gone with the Lin. Did the Knicks make the right move or will regret eventually rear its ugly head?


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Schmeelk: Wrong Move, Knicks; Losing Linsanity A Bout Of Insanity

Jeremy Lin could be a starting point guard in this league for a decade. He could make All-Star teams. And the Knicks just gave him up for nothing.


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Knicks Confirm They Won’t Match Rockets’ Offer For Jeremy Lin

The Rockets will now get a second chance to capitalize on the point guard. Except this time, the unknown player Houston waived before last season will come at a high cost.


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Schmeelk: Dolan Needs To Open Wallet For Lin, Save Knicks From Themselves

This is what you’d call irony. Knicks fans, at least the majority of them, want James Dolan to step in, overrule his basketball people and bring Jeremy Lin back to the Garden.


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Thousands Call For Knicks To Keep Jeremy Lin In Online Petition

Some Knicks fans aren’t ready for the end of Linsanity.


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Lichtenstein: Long-Suffering Knick Fans How-Lin’ After Felton Trade

With one move this weekend, the New York Knicks took a step toward the modern NBA game and at the same time alienated a large segment of their fan base who yearn for old-school basketball.


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Schmeelk: The New ‘Lintroversy’ Is Manufactured

After an article in the Daily News yesterday, a lot of Jeremy Lin talk has dominated the Knicks’ scene. Lin, nothing short of a phenomenon last year, is starting to see the dark side of being the man in the spotlight in New York.


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Report: Jeremy Lin ‘Surprised’ Knicks Didn’t Strike First In Free Agency

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.


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Report: Knicks Intend To Match Jeremy Lin’s Offer From Houston

They say everything is bigger in Texas. We’ll soon find out that’s true concerning Jeremy Lin’s contract.


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Rockets Reportedly Extend Offer To Jeremy Lin; Should Knicks Match?

It seems Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald will have a big-money decision to make on arguably his best draw.


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Knicks’ Jeremy Lin Adds New Representatives Ahead Of Free Agency

The Knicks can match any offer Lin receives and have said they intend to keep him, though they reportedly may find some competition from the Toronto Raptors.


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Knicks Have Company? Jeremy Lin, Steve Nash Reportedly On Raptors’ Radar

Perhaps it’s only fitting the Toronto Raptors reportedly have eyes for Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin.


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Schmeelk: Knicks Are A Point Guard Away From Becoming Upper-Echelon NBA Team

Once Mike Woodson solved the team’s woes on defense, the Knicks’ main issues can be traced to ball movement, shot distribution and teamwork. Nearly all of those problems can be partially solved by better point-guard play.


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Stoudemire: Steve Nash ‘Would Be Great’ For Knicks; What About Lin?

Could it be Steve-sanity next season in New York? If Amar’e Stoudemire had his way, soon-to-be free agent Steve Nash would be running the Knicks’ point next season.