Found July 19, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
Because, well, apparently the YouTube community...or America at large can't get enough of these. And we apologize in advance for getting the Gotye song stuck in your head...again. In today's Gotye parody, a despondent New York Knicks fan (looks the part), laments about his team losing the one and only Jeremy Lin to the Houston Rockets, who were willing to pay him an obscene amount of money. And...the Hilarity ensues...though we suppose that depends on your sense of humor. The video Courtesy of NOC/YouTube:
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