New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton has reportedly reached an agreement with prosecutors that will allow him to avoid jail time stemming from his February arrest on felony gun charges. The plea Felton is expected to enter at a June 30 hearing will allow him to avoid that. "I just want to say that I want to thank the DA for being fair to me in this whole situation," Felton said. His lawyer, Jim Walden, said the plea would allow Felton to "continue his career without interruption," according to Jennifer Peltz of The Associated Press. He was arraigned on the third-degree felony charge for the illegal magazine, and the lesser firearm charge for the gun itself, which he allegedly bought in South Carolina, brought to New York and kept under the bed in the Feltons' Upper West side apartment, but did not register in New York.