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Atlantic Links: Lin, Nash, Knicks, DeRozan, Nets

Here's the latest out of the Atlantic, as the division-leading Celtics prepare to host the Spurs in one of the many intriguing matchups on tonight's NBA's schedule….

  • Ian Begley and Jared Zwerling of debate whether the Knicks would be better off re-signing Jeremy Lin or pursuing Steve Nash in the offseason. Currently, 65% of nearly 8000 readers have voted for Lin.
  • DeMar DeRozan, who will enter the final year of his rookie contract in 2012/13, suggests to Eric Koreen of Postmedia News that he'd like to remain with the Raptors longer than that.
  • Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov will make a rare appearance in New Jersey to watch his team next week, writes Tim Bontemps of the New York Post. The Russian billionaire will also meet with commissioner David Stern and may be on hand at the NBA's Board of Governors meetings in New York, where the board will officially vote on the Nets' move to Brooklyn.
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5 thoughts on “Atlantic Links: Lin, Nash, Knicks, DeRozan, Nets

  1. jwsox

    Thats how you know Knicks fans know nothing about basketball. They would rather have Lin who at best is a slightly above average point guard than Steve freaking Nash.

    • Jonathan Gallo

      Nash is old. Time running out, not worth the big investment.

      • Michael_Jordan

        Nash would control the offense better

      • jwsox

        he may be old but he is still in great shape. considering he would probably only require roughly the same money Lin would. He does not turn the ball over, he shoots consistently and he knows how to run a real offense not just pick and roll he is a much better inventment than lin

  2. BenJCC

    a month ago, 90% would have said they would rather have Lin… By the time free-agency starts, they’ll probably be split.

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