Sunday, July 4th, 2010 at 9:50 am  |  13 responses

Knicks To Meet Felton, Ridnour, Farmar

There’s no slowing down for the Knicks, as their contingencies seem to have their own contingencies. As reported by Frank Isola: “The Knicks are waiting to confirm a meeting with Charlotte free agent point guard Raymond Felton for later this week. Luke Ridnour and Jordan Farmar are also two proven free agent guards that the Knicks will look at.”

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  • http://www.pablasso.com pablasso

    Heh, “Farmar” and “proven” in the same sentence makes me giggle.

  • http://thekobebeef.wordpress.com LDR4

    @pablasso Hahaha. Hahahahahahahaha. Farmar is such a chump. The Pacers are reportedly interested in him. But they are just interested in any available PG…like Felton or Ridnour, who are proven.

  • MikeC.

    Ridnour would be a decent pickup as long as he comes cheap. Good shooter, good pick and roll PG, total defensive liability. He’ll fit in with Amare and D’Antoni.

  • http://www.shawnkemp.com JACO

    Felton imo opinion is the best of these three.


    Felton is clearly the best of the bunch, but I think Farmar fits D’Antoni’s seven seconds or less style better. Farmar can play the Barbosa role off the bench for D’Antoni in New York.

  • remo williams

    Farmar doesn’t wanna come off the bench in LA so I doubt he will for NY

  • http://kb24.com DreXnaW21

    Farmar is dumb, he should stay for another championship.

    “I don’t want to be a ‘supporting player’ I wanna be a traditional point guard, triangle offense isn’t meant for a point guard”

    go to a team where you’ll never make the playoffs…

  • http://www.hibachi20.blogspot.com BETCATS

    Felton plays too much defense to fit in. Dont do it Raymond!

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Please no… Toney Douglas needs to start, seriously. If D’Antoni does not let Douglas start, he deserves to be shunned from Madison Square Garden. I’m guess Knicks are looking for a good back-up, right? RIGHT?!

  • MikeC.

    Felton won’t come cheap enough for NY’s plan. If Farmar becomes a Knick, I may have to gouge out my eyes. I don’t want too see Dumbo flying around MSG.

  • Chris

    I think Faramar would be a great fit for the Knicks right now. He can hit big shots, is quick, and plays defense. He has also seen the finals multiple times and knows what it takes to win.

    But, perhaps, best of all: He’s cheap. He played for only 1.8 million last season. This is a good pick-up without hitting the cap space too hard.

  • http://winstonandthetelescreen.com WinstonAndTheTelescreen

    Farmar would instantly become twice as valuable in a D’antoni system. That would be a great fit for him. He’s not one of the greats whos trying to build a legacy of rings. He’s got 2 which is more than anybody else he’ll run into who isnt an ex teammate. Dude just wants to play basketball in a way that plays to his strengths, I’ve got no issues with that.

  • http://www.hibachi20.blogspot.com Hursty

    Ridnour fits the best of the 3.