Posted: April 2, 2012 in Uncategorized

ProBasketballTalk

Technically the decision to have surgery on his knee fell to Jeremy Lin himself — and he made it official when he decided Saturday to have the procedure that will keep him out six weeks, until the start of the playoffs (at best).

But everyone in the Knicks organization had known what the ultimate outcome of his injury would be — they had known he had a torn meniscus for days. They just wanted to sit on that information until after season ticket holders had paid all their playoff ticket money, reports Frank Isola at the New York Daily News.

As is the practice with all teams, people purchase a package for every playoff game through the NBA finals, then get their money returned when the team falls by the wayside. However, in the interim, teams make interest on the money sent them.

The Knicks used Lin to sell the…

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