The New York Knicks face a slew of questions heading into the 2012-13 season, now that Jeremy Lin's bolted for the Houston Rockets. How will the Knicks' rebuilt backcourt fare with Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd in the fold? Can Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire stay injury-free and productive all year long? And if we're talking intangibles, can the Knicks recapture New Yorkers' hearts and minds now that Linsanity is no more?
You can add one more question to the pile: How will parent company Madison Square Garden Company's stock fare with Lin out of the picture? The answer is, it's complicated.