Ray Felton: ‘I’d love to spend the rest of my career in New York’
After two months on the job, Felton is ready to turn his two-year contract into 12. "I think now, I’ve found my home. I’ve found it. I’d love to spend the rest of my career in New York,” Felton told FanHouse Wednesday after a light workout. "When this contract ends, hopefully we’ll work out another one.”
HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: New York Knick fans can forget Steve Nash or another starting point guard coming to Madison Square Garden.
Ray Felton is the guy. For how long, though?
Felton, despite playing like an All-Star and becoming a legit pick-and-roll threat with superstar Amar’e Stoudemire, is only signed through 2012.
In theory, Felton could leave the Knicks in sixteen months. In reality, player and team will probably ink a long-term extension, especially if Felton and the Knicks continue performing at such a high level.
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