Jeremy Lin's flirtation with his former team might end up being just that - the free agent guard for the New York Knicks is likely to receive an offer from that franchise on Wednesday that will match the offer sheet he signed with the Rockets last week, keeping Lin in New York, according to the New York Daily News.
The Daily News is also theorizing that the entire process of Lin's offer from Rockets' GM Daryl Morey could've been a favor to the Knicks organization, who stated loudly before free agency that they wanted Lin back, but required the free agent to set his market value by obtaining an offer from another team:
Morey could have intentionally done a favor for the Knicks in setting a reasonable market price and not having Lin twist in the wind for weeks. The Knicks may have repaid the favor when the Knicks gave Morey a slew of assets in the Camby deal — center prospects Josh Harrellson and Jerome Jordan, Toney Douglas, two second-round picks and $2 million.
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