The possibility of the New York Knicks landing soon-to-be free agent LeBron James in the off-season is apparently helping to drive up the team’s...

The possibility of the New York Knicks landing soon-to-be free agent LeBron James in the off-season is apparently helping to drive up the team’s season ticket sales. According to CNBC, the team has already received deposits for more than 1,800 season ticket requests for the 2010-11 season, an amount the team did not reach until the middle of August last year. The team, which has cleared out player salaries the last two seasons to have room under the league’s salary cap, hopes to land LeBron and another star free agent, or two other marquee free agents, for next season.