With apologies to noted NBA superfans such as Jack Nicholson in Los Angeles, the late Gene Siskel in Chicago and Jimmy Goldstein, well, everywhere, there has never been any fan quite as dedicated to their team as Spike Lee. He started attending games in the '60s, way up top in the cheap seats, eventually moving down to his familiar courtside perch. (Started in the blue seats now we here.) It's entirely possible that he's been to more Knicks games than anyone ever. And he doesn't wear his loyalty on his sleeve — he wears it on his chest. Over the years, Spike has repped much of Knicks' history in jersey form. Check out A History of Spike Lee's Courtside Jerseys and prepare to be surprised.

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