It seems impossible that the Knicks, with their money printing machine at MSG, would concern themselves with luxury tax issues. More likely, the future restrictions on teams over the cap combined with some reticence with buying into Lin's game after just 35 games, gave the Knicks cover to let Lin walk. The suits at MSG are going to have to work on some fresh marketing angles now, though. Meanwhile, the Rockets will happily tap into the world-wide appeal Lin has to offer for as long as it lasts.
Also, the Pacemates have completed tryouts so now you can cast your vote for up to five dancers to make the squad. Check out the voting site complete with pictures and tryout videos.
Check out the rest of the links after the jump.
- Pacemates Voting | 2012-2013 Season
- Video interview with Ian Mahinmi:| THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE INDIANA PACERS
- Sports Radio Interviews " Blog Archive " Frank Vogel Talks Roy Hibbert Re-Signing, His Impressions of Summer League Action
- NBA Summer League: Where Tyler Zeller stands out above the rest | ProBasketballTalk
- Source -- O.J. Mayo agrees to multiyear deal with Dallas Mavericks - ESPN Dallas
- Are NBA teams giving out "foolish" contracts? Yes. Lockout couldn’t stop that. | ProBasketballTalk
- New York Knicks confirm they won't match Houston Rockets' offer for Jeremy Lin - ESPN New York
- Knicks Now Seem Set on Letting Lin Go - NYTimes.com
- Ultimate Rockets " Harvey: Which Jeremy Lin will show up for the Rockets?
- Source -- Los Angeles Lakers continue to pursue Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard - ESPN Los Angeles
- 2012 NBA free agency -- Boston Celtics will give Jason Terry midlevel exception - ESPN Boston
- Eric Gordon says he's now committed to leading young Hornets - Yahoo! Sports
- Report: Kris Humphries reaches deal to remain with Nets | ProBasketballTalk
- Team USA could lose in London due to structural flaws
- Offseason balancing act for Bulls | The Point Forward