According to a tweet from one Djordje Matic (“one of the 6 billion humans”): “Acie Law didn’t comeback to Partizan from 7 days holiday in USA. As I know New York Knicks [are] interested in him.”
In the midst of the NBA’s labor issues, Acie signed with Partizan Belgrade from the Golden State Warriors as a free agent to a contract containing no opt-out clause should the player lockout be lifted. Nevertheless, he informed coach Vladimir Jovanica that he wouldn’t continue with the Grobari into 2012. Partizan officials, as they say, accepted his resignation.
But BiE can dig nothing up on the Knicks’ interest in the Law man. Anyone know something substantial about this…?
With a loss to Emporio Armani Milano in the final game of the Euroleague regular season, the Black-and-Whites did not qualify for the Top 16 round. Law had a decent 2011-12 with Partizan, averaging 35.3 minutes, 12.7 points, 3.4 assists and 1.2 steal per EL game and 9.8 points in 24.8 minutes per in the Adriatic League. He twice went for 20 or more in matches against Belgacom Spirou.