And the NY Daily News has an article suggesting that the Knicks may need to mend fences with JLin. Interesting stuff here:
I'm not sure I'm buying what the article is saying. Lin knows full well ow the business of the league works. And I wonder who the "source" is. Are the Knicks simply spreading some info because they're getting the sense that JLin may go to the Rockets and they want a cover?
However, this is a sign to some NBA observers that Lin’s sudden stardom has clouded his thinking. His rise to fame came only after the Knicks gave him the ball. He enjoyed a breakthrough season at the Garden and was the NBA’s hottest story for several weeks, until he suffered a late-season knee injury. As soon as he got the Rockets’ offer, the Knicks told Lin they would match it.
“What he has to learn is that it’s not personal,’’ said the source. “The Knicks merely played by the rules.’’
Other interesting links this morning: