After the largely inexcusable decision to not match Lin's offer from Houston (see Nate Silver's piece in the New York Times http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/07/16/keeping-lin-should-make-financial-sense-for-the-knicks/ ). This is the thread where you describe things better than James Dolan. I bet we can all think of some creative things. X > Dolan.
And to all those people who claim to have thought that Lin was "never really that great anyway", why didn't the Knicks try to work out a sign and trade before Houston made the offer?