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April 9, 2013

Reliving the Dream of Linsanity

Knickerbloggers take a look back at the tumultuous 2011-12 season.

Michael Gluckstadt

There was something dreamlike about the Knicks' 2011-12 season. A few weeks felt as if they may have been taking place in the mind of an Asian-American middle-schooler who had drifted off in biology class. Though shortened by a lockout, the season contained enough narratives for four or five mini-seasons. And then it was over. Injured, battered, outclassed, and down in five games to the Heat, the Knicks limped into the offseason and let go of one of the most exhilarating, unexpected things to ever happen to their fan base.

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