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Jeremy Lin has retained the sports practices at Williams & Connolly LLP, switching to the Washington group that represents NBA players including Tim Duncan, Ray Allen and Shane Battier.
Lin, who is a restricted free agent this offseason, said in a statement, "I believe Jim [Tanner] and the team at Williams & Connolly are the best fit for me in all aspects of my career."
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The Knicks and Jeremy Lin continue to await the outcome of the hearing regarding his and Steve Novak’s “Early Bird Rights” for next season. But Lin won something today.
NBA TV announced that Lin is the recipient of NBA TV’s first-ever “Social Breakout Player of the Year” Award for his increase in popularity with fans across Twitter and Facebook this season.
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Now Jeremy Lin, Steve Novak and the Knicks wait.
The hearing to determine whether Lin and Novak would be granted their “Early Bird Rights” was held this morning and lasted into the afternoon. A decision is expected by July 1, which is the start of free agency, but some expect it will come before that.
The Knicks are hoping the union wins the appeal. Novak attended the appeal and tweeted,...Read more »
NBA Commissioner David Stern held his latest state of the league address before the Draft Lottery last night.
One of the things he was asked about was the June 13 hearing in which the players union will appeal to an arbitrator that Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak should have their “Early Bird Rights,” which is a huge deal to the Knicks. It’s going to be difficult for the union to win, which...Read more »