Linsanity continues, with the Knicks beating the Sacramento Kings 100-85. Jeremy Lin added only 10 points, but he had a career-record 13 assists. "As a point guard, my field goal attempts have been really high and I don't think that's necessarily good," Lin said. "I think it's more of my job to distribute and get people in rhythm." Unfortunately, no one in New York's Chinatown could watch the game, because of an ongoing dispute between Time Warner Cable and MSG Network, which televises Knicks games. Lin scored 136 points in his first five starts, the most by any NBA player since the NBA merged with the ABA in 1976.