Found February 18, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
Everyone is jumping on the Jeremy Lin bandwagon, including filmmaker Spike Lee, who watches all the New York Knicks home games from the front row of Madison Square Garden. At Friday night's Knicks game at MSG against the New Orleans Hornets, Spike took his "Linsanity" to a whole new level by wearing Jeremy Lin's number 4 Palo Alto High School jersey.


Unfortunately, the Knicks lost to the Hornets 89-85, their first loss since Jeremy Lin became their starting point guard.

H/T Larry Brown Sports.
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