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Knicks guard Landry Fields could be on his way out of New York after agreeing to sign an offer sheet with the Toronto Raptors.
The Octagon agency confirmed the deal, reported Tuesday by ESPN.com to be for three years and about $20 million.
Since Fields is a restricted free agent, the Knicks will have three days to match the offer after it can be signed on July 11.
The second-round pick from Stanford in 2010 was a first-team, All-Rookie pick in 2011 and followed by starting 62 of the Knicks' 66 games last season, averaging 8.8 points.
The Raptors met with Phoenix point guard Steve Nash on Sunday and are hoping to sign the two-time MVP from Canada.
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Free-agent guard Landry Fields has reached a verbal agreement with the Toronto Raptors. Fields, formerly with the New York Knicks, is expected to sign a three-year deal that is worth a reported $20 million.
He will not be able to officially sign until July 11, when NBA players can sign their new contracts.
The Knicks will have three days to either match or raise the offer once...
When the word trickled out that Jeremy Lin could sign an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, I was reminded of a quote from the movie Pulp Fiction.
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The Toronto Raptors agreed to a three-year contract worth nearly $20 million with free agent guard Landry Fields, ESPN.com reported Tuesday. Fields cannot sign the deal until July 11, the first day NBA players can sign new contracts. Fields scored nearly nine points per game for the New York Knicks this past season. The Knicks have three days to match the offer. The final year...
Jeremy Lin will not play with the select team that will scrimmage against the U.S. Olympic team because of his free agency.
Lin is a restricted free agent, so the New York Knicks can match any offer he receives. Players can't sign new contracts until July 11, the last day the select team will train against the Americans in Las Vegas.
USA Basketball also says Monday that Boston...
New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin, who is a restricted free agent, will visit the Houston Rockets on Wednesday, ESPN.com reported Tuesday. The Knicks would like to retain Lin, who was a media sensation midway through the season, and they could keep him by matching any offer Lin gets. But, according to the report, if a team offers him a backloaded multiyear contract that pays him...
Raymond Felton is returning to New York, calling into question whether the Knicks plan to re-sign fellow point guard Jeremy Lin.
Felton's agent confirmed a Yahoo Sports report Saturday that Felton would be signed and traded by Portland to New York.
Lin has signed an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, and the Knicks have repeatedly said they would match any offer for their...
J.R. Smith is leaning toward re-signing with the Knicks.
Two people with knowledge of the plans say Jeremy Lin will visit the Houston Rockets on Wednesday, and the New York Knicks guard is expected to get a contract offer.
The Rockets waived Lin last year and he was claimed by the Knicks, turning into a breakout star when he landed the starting point guard job. Now with Goran Dragic not expected to return, Houston may want Lin back.
Anyone crossing off the days separating them from an opportunity to see Landry Fields in a Phoenix Suns uniform might want to consider buying stock in marking pens.
Fields, a restricted-free-agent swingman widely regarded as a potential sign-and-trade chip that the Kincks might use in their attempt to pay the going-away rate for Steve Nash, shook things up Tuesday by agreeing to...
The New York Knicks opened up free agent talks with Steve Nash on Sunday by bringing the point guard up to the team's practice facility in upstate Greenburgh, N.Y. for a tour and told him of sign-and -trade scenarios in which they could offer the sought after NBA star more money.
Head coach Mike Woodson, owner James Dolan and their front office heavies spent three hours with...