Raymond Felton was already in the midst of one of his worst seasons. He was averaging a career-low 10.4 points to go with 29.6 percent shooting from behind the 3-point arc. Now the Knicks’ starting point guard is facing charges of one count of criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree and one count of criminal possession of a firearm. Each is considered a felony in New York state. Felton’s case will take place on June 2. He was handed a six-month order of protection from his estranged wife, bail set at $25,000, and there are no legal restrictions from traveling.
Raymond Felton faced an uncertain Knicks future entering last week's trade deadline and now faces one again post-deadline in the wake of his gun-charge arrest. Felton didn't speak to reporters…
Don’t expect the NBA to put the hammer down on Knicks guard Raymond Felton after his arrest on weapons charges. Typically, the NBA allows the legal process to play out before a suspending a player.
Apr. 4, 2005: Won NCAA national championship as a junior at North Carolina, named all-ACC first team.
Knicks point guard Raymond Felton was arrested on three counts of criminal possession of a weapon early Tuesday after his estranged wife’s lawyer dumped his gun off with cops, sources said.
Raymond Felton, whose bad year with the Knicks on the court just got a lot worse off it, does not become some sort of notorious bad guy because he is charged with a Class D felony over a gun with bad bullets in it, one that he never should have brought anywhere near New York City.
When Plaxico Burress first heard that Knicks guard Raymond Felton was arrested on gun charges, he knew how “unfortunate” it really was, since he learned all about New York City’s strict gun laws the hard way a little more than five years ago.
New York Knick Raymond Felton was arrested early Tuesday morning for possessing an unlicensed firearm in his Manhattan apartment. And not just any firearm, but a FN 5.7x28MM, the notorious “cop-killer” gun.
Always remember that this was the year when James Dolan was expecting to lift the Lawrence O’Brien trophy in June. The Knicks, of course, will be free that month except for point guard Raymond Felton, who will be in a Manhattan courtroom fighting for his career.
Two years after “Lin-sanity,” could the Knicks reboot with “Jim-sanity”? With point guard Raymond Felton’s current legal woes, Beno Udrih’s buyout by the Knicks, and point guard Jimmer Fredette reportedly on his way out of Sacramento, is there a perfect storm brewing that would bring the former Brigham Young star to Gotham?
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Raymond Felton turned himself in early Tuesday after his wife’s lawyer turned in a handgun to the police, saying that it belonged to Felton and that he had threatened his wife with it.