Jeremy Lin is done for the regular season.
According to the New York Times' Howard Beck, Jeremy Lin will require surgery on his left knee.
"He will undergo arthroscopic surgery and is expected to miss six weeks, wiping out the rest of the regular season and possibly the first round of the playoffs," Beck writes.
Of course, the playoffs are no lock for the New York Knicks.
Currently sitting with the eighth and final seed in the Eastern Conference, the Knicks saw their lead over the Milwaukee Bucks shaved to just 1.5 games Friday after Milwaukee beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Knicks lost to the Atlanta Hawks.
The Cavs now travel into Madison Square Garden for a Saturday night matchup with the Knicks. The Knicks will catch a break, as the latest news out of Cleveland is that their star point guard, Kyrie Irving, will miss the game.
With only 14 games remaining in the regular season, every game will near "must-win" status.
It will take a backcourt-by-committee approach from New York to make up for Lin's lost contributions over the coming weeks.
The two players most likely to shoulder most of that responsibility will be Baron Davis and Iman Shumpert.
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