Jeremy Lin was a phenomenon on the Knicks last season, but he might not return if another team offers him a contract New York refuses to match. Where will he end up this season?
IAmthePicker: "I'm a huge Lin fan but (keeping feet grounded) what he should get is a better-than-average paycheck for the excitement and POTENTIAL he brings to the team, but let the contract be based on performance so -- A. He can earn a big pay day through play B. All the haters would also be appeased that he earns those extra millions."
Atte21: "Colossally bad strategy by the Knicks here. The 3 teams that have expressed interest in him are using him as a back-up option, which means it may take 2-3 days before these teams know if their plan A panned out. Knicks should just offer him the 4-year $25 M contract and give him 2 days to think about it and give an answer."
NYFan-Yankees-Knicks-Giants: "Can you imagine STEVE NASH distributing to Melo and Amare with Chandler in the Middle? Oh My God. The Knicks would destroy the Heat. He IS a difference maker. Lin is an average point guard. Nash is one of the best of all time. End of Story. This window is not that big. You play to win a title Next Year. It can be done with Nash."
jmerlino119: "The bottom line is Lin will be starting PG for the Knicks next season and only time will tell how good he is."
MisterMet17: "an 8 figure salary? for a guy who played well for what, 3 weeks?"
nyjets011269: "No one here can give an expert opinion on Lin. Not until he at least plays a whole season. He played 20 something games without a training camp. Give me a break already."