Let him walk
Resign him and keep him long term
Resign him and trade him January 2013 with Amare
...the cause of suffering is our clinging or grasping from the mental forces of greed & possessiveness,
of hatred & aggression, and of ignorance & delusion. And this clinging or grasping must be let go of.
The cause of most human suffering on the earth right now, is in our hands. Individually we grasp
at how we think it should be; we don't want things to change. Or we do want them to
change. We don't want to grow old and we don't want to lose certain things. We don't
want certain things to happen the way they do. So when you're suffering, see where
there is attachment, where there is grasping, clinging.
To unclench the fist of clinging doesn't mean that we don't respond to the world,
that we don't try to help. But we can let go of our clinging to an outcome--
deep down the cause of suffering is this gut level grasping of how it should be.
The more we cling, the more we suffer.
Jeremy Lin is gone... just let go.
Am I the only one who doesn't give a f*ck?
pretty much everyone and their mother told him to sit out the playoffs and now you want to use that as an excuse. that statement is such weaksauce and you using it as an argument pretty much sums up your bias towards lin.
why don't you blame melo for being greedy making the Knicks trade their whole team when he could've signed as a FA at the end of the season or why he came into the season so out of shape. (FYI: I don't care, it's for argument purposes)
im just ready to see the knicks play.
my post wasn't directed at you, you never posted anything significant or noticable for me to stop scrolling, I simply was stating my lack of interest in Lin.
I was probably one of the biggest Lin supporters, now he's an overpaid media hype job; worst contract in the NBA behind Humphries.
Why do we insist on keeping him alive?
Thats not negotiating when you leak what your going to do and then back out of it once you realize that he has assessed value on the open market. Thats just putting the cart before the horse. They wanted to short change his contract, he gotta better deal end of story. Its not like Dolan is so broke he couldn't match.
Obviously there was no contingency plan on what they should do if Lin was offered a poison pill contract, and Dolan felt "betrayed" whatever the hell that means in business
And you have to admit you type ignorant sh*t in here. Don't act like this is something new. I'm not re-inventing the wheel here. Its been pointed out to you by several posters on more than one occasion.