Attempting to conjure Linsanity the Sequel as early as Wednesday night may not qualify for asylum consideration, but it does seem a bit nutty.
Desperation has a way of nudging otherwise prudent thinkers off the rails.
Checking in as our desperadoes are the New York Knicks, who are overdue to rotate the tires on their gurney. Since launching their playoff series with the second-seeded Miami Heat, the Knicks and their fans have witnessed a knee injury to rookie guard Iman Shumpert, a moment of five-alarm stupidity by glass-breaking Amar'e Stoudemire, and the knee destruction of veteran point guard Baron Davis.
The loss of Davis in Game 4 didn't prevent the Knicks from earning a stay of first-round execution, but they now sit at 1-3, going to Miami for Wednesday's Game 5 with Mike Bibby or even Toney Douglas (cough!) running the offense.
Unless ... well, yeah, Jeremy Lin could be available.
Here's the question: should they be considering this?
In case you've dismissed Linsanity a...