Finance blog Minyanville compiled a basket of stocks they're calling the "Lin-dex" to track the Knick's success, which includes the Madison Square Garden Company, Verizon, and Nike. Puns, we were sad to learn, are not a publicly traded commodity on any of the stock exchanges, since we have Intel-vested heavily in them ourselves.
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