Found April 02, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
The news of Jeremy Lin’s season ending injury was definitely bad news for the Knicks and Knicks fans. Not only was it bad news on the court, but off the court as well. So when the Knicks were faced with the choice to reveal this bad news to Knicks fans before or after the NBA playoff ticket deadline passed, they opted for the latter. The Knicks were eventually going to get around to revealing the troubling results of Jeremy Lin’s MRI but certainly not before last Wednesday. That was a crucial day inside the club’s executive offices at Two Penn Plaza because March 28 represented the deadline for season- ticket holders to purchase all four rounds of the playoffs. In fact, in the email sent to subscribers, there is a picture of Lin leaping in celebration. Yet, it was two days before the deadline when Lin and the Knicks’ medical staff learned that the second-year point guard/cash cow was suffering from a torn meniscus in his left knee and that he wouldn’t be jumping for joy anyt...
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