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The New York Knicks are reportedly eyeing free-agent big man Jeff Foster as they look to fill a hole at the center position.League sources have told the New York Post that former Knicks president Donnie Walsh is attempting to lure Foster to New York. Walsh acquired rights to the 6-foot-11 veteran in 1999 when he was with the Indiana Pacers.The Knicks are said to be willing to offer the $5-million mid-level exception to Foster, who turns 35 in January.Foster averaged 3.3 points and 6.3 rebounds in just under 17 minutes per game last season. He made $6.7 million in 2010-11.
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