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The DreamCast Returns, Just In Time For Linsanity

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This is not Seth Rosenthal. (Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE)
This is not Seth Rosenthal. (Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE)
Given everything we've thus far tried to nail down about Jeremy Lin ourselves, I thought it prudent to ask for some outside assistance. So after ten long months in the repair shop, we finally got the podcast machine ready for use once again. Our first guest in a long time is a good one - he's Seth Rosenthal of Posting and Toasting, SB Nation's New York Knicks blog.

Seth's currently in Las Vegas drinking away the tears happily covering the Knicks' summer league team, but he was kind enough to take some time out to talk Linsanity, what it means for Houston and why the Knicks' decision to ultimately let Jeremy go was, in short, a poor one.

Click the link below to hear me and Seth go back and forth. We even got into the deepest depths of basketball study: Harvard youth basketball camp. You'll understand, I think.


"I'm getting direct emails and messages on Twitter saying, 'Thanks for writing a Knicks blog, I'm never going to read it again,' because they hate the Knicks now. These are twenty-year fans who are making these decisions based on Jeremy Lin. He really has a magnetic quality to him." -- Seth Rosenthal