NBA Free Agency 2012: Raymond Felton Drawing Interest From Knicks, According To Report

The New York Knicks need some help at the point guard position, as it looks like the team could lose Jeremy Lin in NBA free agency. One player who the Knicks have shown some interest in is free agent guard Raymond Felton, who spent some time with the Knicks, but was shipped off to Denver when the team acquired Carmelo Anthony.

According to the New York Daily News, the Knicks are "committed" to bringing Felton back.

The Knicks are favorites to sign Raymond Felton, a source close to the free agent point guard told the Daily News.

Having lost out on their primary free agent target Steve Nash and with Jeremy Lin possibly signing an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, the Knicks are committed to adding Felton, who finished last season with Portland.

Felton had some success during his time with the Knicks, fairing much better than he did in his time with the Denver Nuggets and Portland Trail Blazers.

For more on the Knicks, head over to the SB Nation blog Posting And Toasting and SB Nation New York. Stick with our NBA Free Agency StoryStream for the latest rumors and signings.

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