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Jeremy Lin keeps defying the odds, leading the New York Knicks to victory after impressive victory, and fans all over the country are caught up in the phenomenon known as Linsanity. That’s led to a massive increase in tickets sales, and not just for games at Madison Square Garden in NYC — Knicks Tickets have become the hottest sports tickets on the market, driving prices sky-high in cities all over the league. For instance, Knicks vs. Heat Tickets for the game on February 23 are selling for, at a minimum, $100 and up. Tickets for the New York vs. Boston game on March 4 are currently starting around $150. Even Pacers vs. Knicks Tickets for a March 17 contest at Bankers Life Fieldhouse are already close to selling out.

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After coming from behind to beat the defending champion Dallas Mavericks before a sold-out crowds at the Garden on Sunday, New York is now 7 - 1 since Lin took over as the starting point guard. That’s evened the Knicks record at 16 - 16 overall, putting them in 8th place in the Eastern Conference and tied with the Boston Celtics. During that span, Lin has scored over 20 points in all but one game, and is averaging 25 points and 9.5 assists. Those are All-NBA numbers right there, and had Mike D’Antoni inserted him into the starting lineup sooner, Lin would probably be suiting up for the Eastern Conference All Star team his coming weekend.

Instead, crazed fans outside of NYC will have to settle for seeing Lin when he and the Knicks come to town to face the hometown team. New York will be home tonight to take on the nearby New Jersey Nets, and then they will host the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday. On Wednesday Linsanity will hit the road and travel to Miami for what may be the most-hyped game of the entire NBA season. After the All Star Weekend festivities, the Knicks will close out the month with another game at MSG, this one against the Cavaliers. They will open March with four straight road games, giving fans in  Boston, Dallas, San Antonio and Milwaukee the opportunity to see what all the buzz is about first-hand. Other fortunate fan bases include Chicago, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Toronto, and Atlanta, all of whom will see Lin and the Knicks come to town in March.

If you’re planning on attending any game involving the New York Knicks in 2012, you’ll want to purchase tickets as soon as possible, or risk not being able to tell your grandkids that you once saw Linsanity in person.

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