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NBA free agency: J.R. Smith agrees to new 4-year deal with Knicks

The reigning Sixth Man of the Year has reached an agreement with the Knicks on a new four-year deal worth approximately $24.5 million.

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Another weird Knicks saga

Now we learn that Smith, who had surgery four days after signing his new deal, isn't getting paid as much as everyone reported. What?

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Smith contract for 3 years, not 4

It was originally believed that J.R. Smith re-signed with the Knicks for four years. However, it has been revealed that the new deal is only for three years.

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J.R. Smith out 3-4 months

The Knicks will be without the reigning Sixth Man of the Year for the rest of the offseason.

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Knicks, J.R. Smith needed each other

The Knicks and J.R. Smith needed each other too much for us to complain about the four-year, $25 million contract he signed.

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Knicks, J.R. Smith agree to 4-year, $24.5M deal

The New York Knicks have reached an agreement with shooting guard J.R. Smith on a four-year, $24.5 million deal. It's the maximum amount they could offer Smith using his early-Bird rights.

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Smith, Knicks working on new deal

The shooting guard will likely be with the Knicks for four more years as the club adds pieces around him.

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Knicks, Pistons, Bucks all want Smith

J.R. Smith will be a target for the Pistons and Bucks, as well as the Knicks.

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Bucks interested in Smith, Copeland

The Bucks will likely have some cap room this offseason, and they're seriously interested in chasing after the Knicks' J.R. Smith and Chris Copeland.

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Knicks' Smith to become free agent

Don't let the 'free agent' moniker fool you -- J.R. Smith is an important component of the Knicks' future plans, and they haven't been shy about saying as much.

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