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Jeremy lin

Lin, whose breakout 2011-2012 season actually made people care about the Knicks, is coming back to New York.
Still, one worrisome development is the Knicks penchant for mixing it up with the referees when they are getting trounced.
Lin Tweeted after the game, "Had a fun time back at MSG tonight...lots of great memories!! Thx to all the fans who showed out."
With Jeremy Lin returning to the Garden with the Rockets tonight, now's as good a time as any to consider whether the Knicks made the right decision when they gave up on Linsanity.
While Naim doesn't know enough to understand the grim reality of luxury taxes and the wild mercury sound of JD and the Straight Shot, he now knows how much it sucks being a Knicks fan.
Barkley said that the Knicks "blew it."
Lin says James Dolan told him, "I have plans for you in the future. This is a long-term investment. Don't rush back."
Time to hate the Dolans!
The Knicks are reportedly going to cut ties with Lin tonight.
The Rockets' offer to Lin may be "ridiculous" but the Knicks can afford it, right?
Bill Simmons says, "Dolan is NEVER selling. The franchise will ALWAYS be screwed up."
The way Houston's structured the deal, apparently it would cost the Knicks $45 million in salary and luxury tax in the third year to keep Lin.
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