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Song Parody Bemoans Loss of Lin [VIDEO]

Just hours ago, the deadline officially passed for the Knicks to match the offer sheet for Jeremy Lin, meaning that he was then a Houston Rocket. Apparently, this group planned ahead and made this Lin-spired parody of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" in advance

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Humphries Stays With Nets, Dwightmare to LA?

Earlier today, the New York Knicks made the decision to not match the offer sheet from the Houston Rockets for point guard Jeremy Lin. That was just the tip of the iceberg on a busy day of NBA free agent movement, with a reemergence of the Dwightmare headlining the action

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Knicks Will Not Match Offer For Jeremy Lin

The New York Knicks have concluded their contemplation on the Jeremy Lin situation: they will not match the three year, $25 million offer sheet and will allow the point guard to walk to the Houston Rockets

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Mayo a Maverick, Clippers Covet Grant Hill

The fists (and signatures) continue to fly in the NBA free agency period, with Monday seeing a pickup in action from a rather dormant Sunday.

Monday's biggest move was made by the Dallas Mavericks, who have assembled a roster that could contend in the Western Conference once again

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Should Jeremy Lin Stay Or Go?

The Knicks have until tomorrow night to either match the contract point guard Jeremy Lin is being offered by the Houston Rockets, or just let him go there. What would you do - pay him or kick him to the curb?

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Scola a Sun, Batum Gets Offer Sheet

History was made on Sunday as, for what feels like the first time since this year's free agency period began, no new Dwight Howard rumors emerged from the woodwork. I know that everyone is disappointed, because the storyline isn't played out at all

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Lin’s Fate Uncertain, Dwightmare Rumors

In perhaps the biggest news pertaining to the New York Knicks in this year's free agency period, seeds of doubt have been planted as to whether or not point guard Jeremy Lin will indeed be in playing as a Knick next season after today's batch of moves

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Mavs Claim Brand, Houston Makes Moves

NBA Free Agency has seen the majority of the high profile moves for this summer come and go. That doesn't mean that there haven't been a slew of other transactions that could shape the NBA title landscape some next spring. Let's take a look at what happened on Friday.

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Lopez Cashes In, Mavs Make Moves

Another day, another absolute mess in the NBA Free Agency period. Today marked the end of the moratorium on signings, meaning that all of the deals that have been reported were finally allowed to be made official

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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Dwightmare Continues, Griffin Inks Extension

Another day has gone by in a hectic summer of NBA free agent wheeling and dealing. A couple of big moves went down today, along with the continuation of America's favorite soap opera: the Dwight Howard Saga. Here is your NBA Free Agency Roundup.

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Knicks Re-Sign Steve Novak And J.R. Smith

Most of the talk surrounding the New York Knicks this offseason has involved their search for a legitimate starting point guard, as well as the issue of potentially bringing back Jeremy Lin. But in the midst of all that, the team has taken care of two roster spots by coming to terms on new contracts with sharpshooters Steve Novak and J.R. Smith.

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Nash Heads to Los Angeles. Is Lin leaving to Houston?

NBA free agency takes no holiday as some huge moves were completed on this 4th of July. The biggest move was pulled off by the LA lakers who acquired 2 time MVP Steve Nash from division rival Phoenix in a sign and trade package

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