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The NBA recently released its traditional jersey sales rankings from this past season. The rankings are based solely on sales on the from April 2011 to present and sales at the temporary NBA Store on Fifth Avenue. While there is no surprise as the number one player on the list there was a big surprise who was second on the list. Last year’s MVP of the NBA Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose tops the list as the NBA’s most popular jersey. The Bulls also had led the way in team merchandise. Rose was 5th on this list last year. Number two on the list is former undrafted D-League player Jeremy Lin. Lin is ahead of names like Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin. You would have to think if Lin played the whole season he would have topped this list. He really didn’t start playing until middle of February. There is no question that Lin took the nation by storm for a couple of weeks. That’s all the sports world was talking abo...

In the Face of Adversity, Knicks Look to Bounce Back Again

**Scott Campsall has joined the Knicks Journal staff as its newest contributor. He has covered the NBA for a number of different online outlets . Scott's most recent work can read here at Knicks Journal, in addition to and over at the SB Nation blog RaptorsHQ. Follow him on twitter @TheScottCamps.**By now, the news that Amar’e Stoudemire injured his right...

Knicks' Lin doubts he can play in Game 4

GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- Jeremy Lin is all but ruling himself out of Game 4 against the Miami Heat, still hoping he can return if the Knicks extend their first-round series. Lin says Sunday's game "doesn't look great" but says he doesn't know how he will feel if the Knicks are still playing next week. New York trails 2-0 going into Game 3 on Thursday night...

Jeremy Lin gets Fruit Roll-Up replica jersey (Picture)

Just when you thought that you had seen it all, New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin tweeted out this photo of a replica Fruit Roll-Up jersey that he received.(Courtesy of Midwest Bias)

Jeremy Lin Stylish Progression

Injured New York Knicks Guard Jeremy Lin watched from the sidelines as his team dropped Game 3 of their playoffs 1st round series against the Miami Heat.Since the birth of Linsanity, Jeremy is constantly in the media’s eye, meaning his fashion game has to be on point. I’ve notice the progression in Jeremy’s repretiore,coming from sweats, to baggy button-ups, to now  ritzy...

Photo of the Week: I Don’t Like Landry Fields Here

After practice at the Knicks’ training facility, point guard Jeremy Lin participated in a 3-on-3 full-court scrimmage as he continues to make progress after his April knee surgery.  He also showed off his physique after the workout.  But alas there’s some weird stuff going on in this photo. Who the hell is that kid in the background? And what the hell is up with Landry Fields...

Short-handed Knicks brace for Heat in New York

Amare Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert are sidelined. Jeremy Lin isn't back yet. The New York Knicks are short-handed, and Carmelo Anthony says he doesn't know where the offense is going to come from in Game 3 of their first-round series against the Miami Heat. ''Nobody never said it was going to be easy,'' Anthony says. And if the Knicks are hoping to get...

On Melo, Chandler, Amar’e, Lin, Phil Jackson, and the Knicks

4020 some odd days. It’s the funniest joke on twitter. The Knicks haven’t won a playoff game in some 4000 odd days. Hilarious. The last time the Knicks won a playoff game, something in the past was the present! Hilarious! You guys are great. As the Knicks bomb out to the Heat, down 0-3 in the series, Knicks fans like myself are left scratching our heads. Here’s the quick recap...

Today's Top 10 NBA Playoff Takeaways

10) As soon as the Knicks get back Jeremy Lin and Amar'e Stoadamire, they'll be sure get this thing turned around in Bizarro Earth9) Dallas really showed the importance of home court8)  Tonight was the Knicks' worst playoff shooting performance in their history, (32%), which is hard to do for a franchise that used to employ John Starks, and actually asked him to shoot7...

Heat-Knicks Preview

Amare Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert are sidelined. Jeremy Lin isn't back yet. So where are the New York Knicks supposed to find enough offense to compete with the Miami Heat, and avoid setting a new NBA record for postseason futility? ''I don't know. We've got to figure that out,'' Carmelo Anthony said Wednesday. ''Some way, somehow, everybody...

Knicks set bar for dysfunction in NBA

In only a year, the New York Knicks have somehow wrested back from the Miami Heat all the dysfunction that made them, at the time, the NBA's most frustrating and mystifying collection of talent. Team Dysfunction no longer plays on South Beach. They're officially based in the Big Apple. The nadir representing this reversal stood before the media Wednesday, his left hand...

Pacers training staff mock passionate Amar'e fire extinguisher stupidity with photo jab

Austin Croshere, tweeted this pic along with, "The Pacers training staff is taking injury prevention to a whole new level!" In other stupid NY Knicks news, Jeremy Lin received a life-sized jersey... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Report: Knicks' Chandler to be named DPOY

This season for the New York Knicks has been one to forget for the most part. Aside from "Linsanity," the Knicks' season has been mired with injuries to key players such as Carmelo Anthony, Jeremy Lin, Amar'e Stoudemire, coaching change, and even Amar'e resorting to stupidity (punching glass on a fire extinguisher cover) in the series versus the Heat. Yes the...
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