Didn't think James Dolan could top all of his Isiah Thomas nonsense, but he might have actually hit a new low when he decided to let Jeremy Lin leave for Houston, barely a week removed from signing Jason Kidd to mentor him. You cannot put a price tag on what Jeremy Lin brought to New York, and to the NBA, this season. Sure, he had turnover problems and got hammered by Miami, but you don't fluke into games like his 38 point effort against the Lakers, or his crazy streak of 20-10s. I don't buy the luxury tax line either, as they could most certainly dump a few contracts by the final year of the deal. A guy like this comes around once a decade, if that, and it's just insane to me that they (or, Dolan) would just let him walk out the door so easily. I remember going to Chicago Pizza at the Landing on a random weekday night to watch the Knicks game, and the place was just packed out with people there to watch Lin play. You don't see that often. The Linsanity thing was dying down, sure, but kid has so much potential.