Knicks Fix

  • Wednesday, July 18, 2012

    With Lin Gone, Pressure Still On

    This was one of those romances that burns hot, but burns out. The break-up was official late Tuesday night when the Knicks confirmed they would not match the three-year, $25.1 million offer sheet that Jeremy Lin signed with the Houston Rockets. This was what Lin wanted, otherwise, why would he and his representation go back to the Rockets to renegotiate a deal that was already completed just to intensify...
  • Monday, July 16, 2012

    Decision on Lin Sparks Heated Debate

    LAS VEGAS -- How fitting to be here, in the City of Sin, this oasis of unapologetic pretentiousness, of extravagant novelty, of alluring adventure and the pursuit of the endless experience, to consider the value of Linsanity.

    While we rode that euphoric wave through February and March, the New York thing to do was predict its demise. We are a society of equal parts builders and destroyers. Jeremy...
  • Friday, July 13, 2012

    Linsanity And Las Vegas

    LAS VEGAS -- Jeremy Lin wasn't ever going to play on the Knicks' Summer League team here, but he did miss out on some valuable competition and conditioning time with the USA Basketball Select team. Lin's next real competition will come in October, when training camp opens. While the Knicks are all but expected to match the hefty three-year, $25.1 million offer sheet he signed with the Houston Rockets...