NBA Free Agents 2012: Why New York Knicks Will Regret Letting Jeremy Lin Walk

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NBA Free Agents 2012: Why New York Knicks Will Regret Letting Jeremy Lin Walk
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Going into free agency, it was widely assumed that the New York Knicks would match any offer sheet signed by point guard Jeremy Lin.

His storybook tale seemed like one destined for a New York setting, and ESPN.com's Marc Stein was told by a source that the team would match offers up to "$1 billion."

Well, apparently, $25.1 million is the new billion.

According to reports, the Knicks have had a change of heart after acquiring Raymond Felton from the Portland Trail Blazers and will now allow Jeremy Lin to head south to the Houston Rockets.

And this is absolutely the wrong decision.  Follow along for the reasons the Knicks will regret allowing Lin to leave NYC.

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