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"The Knicks' bench continues to form as Lance Thomas agreed to terms on a deal Monday that will pay him a starting salary of $6 million, according to an NBA source. The source told The Post the package will be three-to-four years with a potential for an opt-out. The Knicks don’t have to use cap space to re-sign Thomas. They will use the early Bird exception that enables him to sign the deal over the cap but for a set number -- the league’s average salary. Their bench stalwart of last season, Thomas rejected an offer from the Clippers early in the process that was slightly more than the Knicks could pay. Thomas has become close with Carmelo Anthony and was willing to give the Knicks a hometown discount after being a key piece to their 21-21 start to the season. Knee injuries slowed him down in late January, but he was their best defender and improved his 3-point shot.", nypost.com
"(Follow Jeff: @JeffGSpursZone)As everyone in the world awaits Kevin Durant's decision, more reports surface as to what other players the San Antonio Spurs may add to their roster heading into next season.As the NY Post reports, the Spurs are interested in", news4sanantonio.com
"ORLANDO, Fla. — While defensive forward Lance Thomas has been courted by five clubs, even turning down an offer from the Clippers, his chances of remaining a Knick still are “better than 50-50,” according to an NBA source familiar with the matter. “He still wants to stay,” the source said. “He likes the moves they’ve done.” Thomas’ reps met with Knicks general manager Steve Mills here Sunday to debrief him on his free-agent courtings. The Knicks have a cap hold on Thomas, meaning they can go over the salary cap to re-sign him. The Knicks have his early Bird rights, and the max they can give him is a starting salary of roughly $6 million. The Timberwolves, Spurs, Clippers, Thunder and Pelicans are interested, and Thomas has received at least two offers that would slightly top what the Knicks can do. Thomas played for OKC and New Orleans before emerging last season as arguably the Knicks’ most energetic defender and", nypost.com
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