With the Knicks set to acquire point guard Raymond Felton from the Trail Blazers, the team is left to decide whether it should match Jeremy Lin's backloaded offer sheet from the Rockets. The Knicks would have four point guards on their roster if they elect to retain Lin's services, which could make for a very crowded backcourt.
There's no denying the impact Lin made during the 2011/12 season, but he only managed to play in 35 games and suffered a season-ending injury in late March. However, the team's record with Lin on the court (20-15) was significantly better than when he was on the bench or injured (16-15). Should the Knicks pay Lin or should New York simply let the former Harvard star take his talents to Houston?