The Knicks have had a busy week: they've come to terms with veterans Jason Kidd and Marcus Camby, re-signed Steve Novak and J.R. Smith, and picked up small forward James White and point guard Pablo Prigioni. Their major unfinished business includes deciding whether or not to let Landry Fields go to Toronto, and finalizing their deal with Jeremy Lin, who has already signed an offer sheet with Houston Rockets. And now that he's won an ESPY trophy for Breakthrough Player—and learned to wear a bowtie like all good hipster basketball players should—there's really no turning back.

Lin got to pal around with spiritual sports brother Tim Tebow and Jessica Biel at last night's ESPY awards in Las Vegas. Among other things, Lin thanked his older brother and sister-in-law for putting him up on their couch, the city of NY, and his teammates—especially Fields for "doing that embarrassing handshake. I forced him to do that." ESPY's host Ron Riggle had the last laugh about Linsanity: "What a heartwarming story," he said. "It's so refreshing to see a young Asian kid graduate from Harvard, move to New York and make a ton of money."

Coach Mike Woodson assured reporters today that the Knicks will match the Rockets' four-year, $28.8 million offer and re-sign Lin. "Jeremy Lin has always been a big part of what we're trying to do as we move forward with our franchise," he said, adding that Lin would be the Knicks starting guard next year (with Kidd as backup/mentor).

Lin also addressed rumors that he was unhappy the Knicks didn't offer him a contract before the Rockets. "Lol why do u guys believe everything? No quotes from me = probably not true," he tweeted.