July 3, 2012 12:00 AM
" When the Knicks were chasing Carmelo Anthony, there were a lot of reports that the Nuggets coveted Landry Fields and that the Knicks refused to include him in any trade.
That's starting to feel like an Isiah Thomas moment for Donnie Walsh. Fields' game crashed into the side of a mountain the moment Anthony arrived in New York and now he's in position to make hash of the Knicks' offseason by agreeing to an offer sheet with the Raptors.
The news broke on Tuesday afternoon and the Knicks will have three days to match the deal assuming it becomes official on July 11, which is when the NBA starts to allow player movement. Nothing is official until then, which is important to remember while discussing the impact of the move.
Fields reportedly will get $20 million over three years with a huge spike in pay in the third year to make it more onerous on the Knicks' cap if they do match it "
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