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New York lost a legend today in Lou Reed, who was also an avid Knicks fan. Always a contrarian, he is pictured above, not caring what’s on the jumbotron but is likely instead trying to analyze J.R. Smith’s tattoos. Below, we can only imagine what Alicia Keys and Lou Reed talk about during Knicks games. Either her role in Smokin’ Aces or why Nate Robinson didn’t get enough minutes would be my guess.

R.I.P. one of the greats.

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    Lou Reed, taking a walk in the wild side of the NBA. R.I.P.
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