The latest reports out of New York have Jeremy Lin unhappy with the http://nba.com/knicks/” target=”_blank”>Knicks for keeping him waiting for a new contract, while the http://nba.com/rockets/” target=”_blank”>Houston Rockets came calling with a four-year deal reportedly worth $28.8 million. It’s an offer for which Lin has verbally agreed to sign, but New York has the right to match Houston’s offer sheet, and it’s widely expected that the undrafted Harvard grad will return to the Knicks. The upshot: this Jeremy Lin-edition of the http://nike.com/” target=”_blank”>Nike Air Force 1, featuring colors and design notes inspired by the New York Knicks, won’t be woefully out of date before the 2012 – 2013 NBA season begins. The shoe features a chambray blue inlay and tonal nubuck overlay, plus hits of orange throughout. NYC-inspired LIN tongue tags, plus “JL” on the insole and heel finish the look. The special Nike Quickstrike release is available now at retailers like http://millenniumshoes.com/” target=”_blank”>Millenium Shoes.