NEW YORK -- The New York Knicks told Raymond Felton they were getting rid of him the very minute they signed him. The contract covered a mere two seasons, making Felton nothing more than a rented tux to be returned in the summer of 2012.
He was hired to be fired, and Felton understood the terms of engagement when he signed the papers.
"It's a business, man," he said as he was lacing his dress shoes Wednesday night.
A lucrative business, yet one that can be unforgiving ...