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Knicks Can't Rustle Up Much Linsanity

Danny Johnston/AP

Jeremy Lin will greet his former teammates on Friday with a fist bump and perhaps a quick embrace, which is standard NBA protocol before the jump ball.

Whether the staged greetings are sincere is another story, but no one will be giving Lin the silent treatment, that’s for sure. Of course, the true test for how the Knicks feel toward the man who became a cultural phenomenon last season will be if Carmelo Anthony, J.R....

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