NYT: Two Views of Knicks’ Felton As He Takes Over For Lin
You can find this in the coupon section (unless you pronounce it “cue-pon,” in which case go right to Hell) of the New York Times:
At the height of the Jeremy Lin free-agency drama in July, just days before he was officially cast adrift by a front office still mired in lock step silence on the matter, the Knicks signed Raymond Felton to a three-year deal.
Many observers believed the move was little more than an insurance policy at point guard in the event that Lin, who most people believed would be re-signed regardless of the price tag, somehow stagnated.
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