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 an offer sheet with ... the Toronto Raptors.
The Raptors, of course, are perceived as the Knicks' main challengers in the derby to hire Nash. It should be noted that deals only can be agreed to right now and can't be made official until July 11.
The offer sheet reportedly is worth almost 20 million over three years, a pretty steep price tag for a guy who's averaged 9.8 points over his first two NBA seasons. The final year of this potential deal would require Fields' employee to cough up (based on various reports) between 8.5 million and 9.8 million.
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