Jeremy Lin will remain a member of the New York Knicks for the foreseeable future. Though the overnight phenomenon is a restricted free agent this summer, don't expect to see him donning any colors other than orange and blue next season. And the Knicks have Gilbert Arenas to thank for that. The "Gilbert Arenas" rule—introduced in 2005—dictates that teams cannot offer contracts over the NBA's average salary to restricted free agents with two or less years of experience.
Jeremy Lin captured the imaginations of countless New York Knicks fans last season when he went from backup journeyman to starting NBA point guard seemingly overnight. The emergence of Linsanity in the Big Apple has since made the 2... Read Post
Jeremy Lin was a restricted free agent this summer, and as a restricted free agent, he had the right to sign offer sheets with other teams. Somehow, Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan didn't get the memo. Frank Isola of the ... Read Post