The New York Knicks will return to New York cable just in time (or maybe a little late) to capitalize on Linsanity, according to a Tweet from The New York Times' Howard Beck. "Knicks and Jeremy Lin will be coming back to Time Warner cable customers soon. Agreement reached," he wrote.
Due to a licensing fee dispute between Madison Square Garden, home of the Knicks (and their new superstar Lin), Time Warner cable customers, all 2.8 million of them, couldn't watch the games live without paying extra for the sports package. With Lin blowing up the basketball court, that presented a particular problem for this year's season. Now, with more people watching the generally dreadful Knicks more than ever, Time Warner and MSG have worked things out after a 48 day impasse.
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