Here's the relevant section: "New York was pursuing free agent Ramon Sessions, but sources tell RealGM's Alex Kennedy that talks have broken down because of New York's hesitance to add salary to their payroll in 2010." I sense a lot of negotiating through the media. Sessions' agent says they've restarted talks with the Clips, Knicks turn around and work out another PG. It's clear that both sides want to work it out, but neither want to come off their price position. I'm going to say that Sessions ends up a Knick by the time the season starts. But stranger things have happened with negotiations that drag on. One side can get offended or there could be miscommunications. I think there's hope...however slight.