Lin lifts off to Houston, Knicks don't match offer

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Lin lifts off to Houston, Knicks don't match offer

HOUSTON -- Jeremy Lin is leaving New York and taking Linsanity to Houston.
The New York Knicks confirmed Tuesday night that they will not match the Houston Rocket's three-year, 25 million offer for Lin, a restricted free-agent. The New York Times initially reported the Knicks' decision, citing an unidentified person briefed on the situation.

Danny Ainge: Brian Scalabrine has been seeing a fashion consultant

Danny Ainge: Brian Scalabrine has been seeing a fashion consultant

Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge talks about the recent fashion choices, including what could be fake glasses, of CSN analyst Brian Scalabrine. James Young declined to help Scal.

Ainge: 'A lot of factors' went into Allen's departure

Ainge: 'A lot of factors' went into Allen's departure

Danny Ainge talks about Ray Allen not being invited to the 2008 reunion planned by Rajon Rondo, and gives insight on why Allen did choose to sign with Miami as a free agent.