The New York Knicks and Jeremy Lin continue what has been a whirlwind week and a half as they welcome the New Orleans Hornets to town. Lin has become an international sensation as his seven game run has been a pivotal part of the Knicks current seven game winning streak that has them back in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Of course, it would not be the New York Knicks if there still wasn't something a little screwy going on. MSG Network airs a sizable chunk of Knicks games and they currently find themselves in a dispute with Time Warner over subscriber fees that has both sides accusing each other of lying.
The only thing that really matters in all this right now is that many Knicks fans are left without the chance to watch their newest star, Jeremy Lin, strut his stuff. After years of struggles, this is the most significant sign of hope for Knicks fans and many of them do not get to watch it. Jerry Seinfeld summed it up best.
So they're watching Knicks in Taipei but I can't get the game.#iliveheredammit— Jerry Seinfeld (@JerrySeinfeld) February 16, 2012