The NBA is on the verge of canceling the first two weeks of games, which is terrible news for Knicks fans of all types: the celebs at courtside, the diehards up in the blue seats, and so on. Even the noted nineteenth-century poets among their fanbase are displeased. Which is to say: Knicks fan Edgar Allan Poe — played, you'll recall, by comedian Alex Pereira — has made a new video. This one begins with the line: "A preaseason sold at a regular season price / Where was the lockout when we had McDyess?" A valid question, indeed.