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Knicks' Fields agrees to offer sheet with Raptors

Knicks guard Landry Fields could be on his way out of New York after agreeing to sign an offer sheet with the Toronto Raptors.

Jeremy Lin Speculation: How Does Raptors Pursuit of Landry Fields Affect Star PG

As the New York Knicks attempt to navigate the various potential pitfalls, their collection of restricted free agents presents, the Toronto Raptors added another obstacle to the team's path toward roster stability today. The Raptors inked Knicks shooting guard Landry Fields to an offer sheet. Show More Summary

Jeremy Lin: Coveted PG Reportedly Will Visit Houston Rockets

The New York Knicks have been adamant that they'll re-sign restricted free agent Jeremy Lin this offseason, but that hasn't stopped teams from trying to lure him away from Madison Square Garden. Chris Broussard of ESPN tweeted on Tuesday: Jeremy Lin will visit the Houston Rockets tomorrow, sources say. Show More Summary

Toronto Raptors, Landry Fields Reportedly Agree on 3-Year Deal

The Toronto Raptors have reached a verbal agreement with New York Knicks restricted free agent Landry Field, Marc Stein of ESPN has reported. Apparently, the offer is for three years for around $20 million and will most likely include a spike in the third and final year of the contract. Show More Summary

Raptors Offer to Landry Fields Means Steve Nash Won't Be Headed to NY Knicks

The Toronto Raptors have reportedly just reached a verbal agreement on a three-year deal with New York Knicks restricted free agent Landry Fields. According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Raptors plan to officially extend the offer sheet to Fields on July 11, the first day that free agents can sign contracts. Show More Summary

The Toronto Raptors Just Gave Out The Dumbest Contract Of The Offseason So They Could Screw Over The Knicks

The Toronto Raptors have given New York Knicks restricted free agent Landry Fields a three-year offer sheet worth $20 million, ESPN's Marc Stein reports. The Knicks have a few days to match the offer, but they almost definitely won't...Show More Summary

Jeremy Lin Rumors: Is Linsanity Really Worth an Eight-Figure Salary?

Jeremy Lin is the most important free agent on the New York Knicks' radar at this point. Thankfully for them, they were winners in his (and Steve Novak's) Bird Rights case, meaning they're allowed to sign him even if they were to go over the salary cap when it's all said and done. Show More Summary

Jeremy Lin Rumors: Mavericks, Nets, Raptors Reportedly Eyeing Free-Agent PG

The New York Knicks found a breakout star in point guard Jeremy Lin last season, but their string of good luck with the talented prospect could be coming to an end. The rumors of teams like the Dallas Mavericks, Brooklyn Nets and Toronto...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard to Brooklyn Would Make Nets Best Team in New York

New York Knicks fans, who entered the offseason worried about how they'd match up with Eastern Conference rivals such as the Boston Celtics, Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers, are about to receive a wake-up call. When the 2012-13 season...Show More Summary

How New York Knicks Could Handle a "Poison Pill" Offer for Jeremy Lin

For the New York Knicks, Jeremy Lin really turned out to be the story of the 2011-12 season. But even months removed from "Linsanity," Lin remains in the headlines, and his contract situation is quickly becoming the story of the offseason. Show More Summary

Knicks Rumors: New York Must Focus on Brandon Bass Rather Than Rashard Lewis

The outlook hasn't been good for the New York Knicks as far as Steve Nash is concerned, but perhaps they can soften the blow by making a run at a free-agent forward instead. And if the Knicks want someone who's going to make an impact for the foreseeable future, they're better off going with Brandon Bass rather than Rashard Lewis. Show More Summary

New York Knicks: 5 Things Carmelo Anthony Must Do This Offseason

The New York Knicks face an uphill battle to rise up the ranks in the Eastern Conference, and Carmelo Anthony must stay busy in the offseason to lead the climb. Not to get Melo-dramatic (see what I did there?), but the 2012-13 season serves as a huge make-or-break year for Anthony and the Knicks. Show More Summary

NBA Free Agency Rumors: Knicks Wise to Keep Jeremy Lin Regardless of Cost

The New York Knicks are dead set on keeping Jeremy Lin, even if the restricted free agent is offered a “poison pill” deal from another franchise. According to Alan Hahn of the MSG Network: One thing that seems abundantly clear is Jeremy Lin will be re-signed regardless of what another team offers him as a restricted free agent. Show More Summary

Knicks Rumors: Raymond Felton Would Be a Mediocre Fit for New York

The New York Knicks had better hope they have a better starting point guard than Raymond Felton when the 2012-2013 season tips off. According to the New York Post, Felton is likely to be the team's target in free agency if their attempt to lure Steve Nash fails. Show More Summary

Knicks: How the New York Knicks Should Utilize Amar'e Stoudemire in 2012

In order for the New York Knicks to have a successful 2012 season and advance deep into the playoffs, they need to find the best way to utilize Amar’e Stoudemire’s immense talent. In the past, Stoudemire liked to play mostly on the high post area. Show More Summary

New York Knicks: 5 Reasons Jason Kidd Would Be a Perfect Backup for Jeremy Lin

With the free agent period now open, the Knicks are looking to make Jason Kidd the new back-up point guard for Jeremy Lin. Kidd is a realistic option for the Knicks since he recently expressed to Newsday how much he likes the Knicks’ current roster. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers: Can They Find Next Year's Jeremy Lin?

It really would be inaccurate for the New York Knicks to say they knew how good Jeremy Lin was when they claimed him off of waivers at the beginning of last season. But, now that we all know what a transformative player Lin is, the Lakers have to hope their search for a new point guard will lead them down a similar path. Show More Summary

NBA Free Agency Rumors: PG Upgrade More Important for Knicks Than Marcus Camby

The New York Knicks can't let Marcus Camby's interest in them eat away their mid-level exception. They need that for a point guard. According to ESPN's Jared Zwerling, a "source close to [unrestricted free agent] Camby" has indicated that the veteran "would be interested in returning to the Knicks." That's certainly good for the Knicks to know. Show More Summary

Jeremy Lin and Greg Stiemsma withdraw from USA Men’s Select Team

New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin and Boston Celtics center Greg Stiemsma have withdrawn from the 2012 USA Men’s Select Team that will train July 6-11 against the 2012 USA Basketball Men’s National Team during training camp in Las Vegas, Nev. Lin informed USA Basketball this afternoon that because of his current contract status (a restricted [...]

New York Knicks: Are Jeremy Lin's Days Numbered in the Big Apple?

It's simply astounding to think how far we've come from that fateful February night when Linsanity, and more specifically, Jeremy Lin, broke out into a phenomena never before seen in the NBA. That's right, I said it: Never before seen in the NBA. Show More Summary

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