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Fat, chubby, “Felton fry;” the nicknames were everywhere Raymond Felton looked. No matter how hurtful the names were, they were justifiable, and Felton will be the first to admit it, as he averaged career lows in points per game (11.4) and rebounds per game (2.5). Knicks fans were understandably hesitant when James Dolan traded for and signed Felton to a three year, $25 million deal after what some considered his worst pro season. However, Felton used the insults and low expectations as motivation rather than succumb to the public opinion of him.
“Listening to all those people talking about what happened in Portland last year, I’m just ready to shut up a lot of people’s mouths,” said Felton when at the Las Vegas Summer League with fellow teammate Amar’e Stoudemire.
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