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Caught up with David Lee at his kids camp in Chappaqua and I asked him about rumors #Warriors were shopping his
five-year contract. "From what I’m told from our people, those are not true,'' Lee told me. "Of course in the offseason, everyone’s always available. But we’ll see what happens. Being in New York, I understand nothing is forever. Anybody is always capable of being moved anywhere. But I’m excited about the next couple of years with this team.’’ Indeed, after that, Lee's contract expires. Wouldn't be shocked if the #Knicks have cap room and make a bid. "You never know what the future holds,'' said Lee, who came back to play on a torn hip during the playoffs. Lee no longer has his condo in Westchester that he rented out to Stoudemire, then Chauncey Billups, then Jeremy Lin. But he still comes back to run his Chappaqua camp for the sixth straight year. According to a camp official, he comes all week. He's missed one day in six years - to sign his Knicks contract in 2009. Lee said he remembers as a kid when he attended Larry Hughes' camp in St. Louis, the former Knick made a one-hour cameo. Lee vowed then if he was ever lucky enough to host his own camp, he'd be there every day. And he has.