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The timetable for the Rockets is wider than it is for the Knicks, giving Jeremy Lin more room to develop his game.
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What a wild, strange trip the past year has been for Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin.
He came into the NBA as an afterthought, became a true overnight sensation that rocked the globe and then fell off as quickly as he shot up.
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If this was late last year, I have a feeling that this shot would have gone in. However, the honeymoon is over for Jeremy Lin and he is forced to come back down to earth like the rest of us. With Houston down by three points in the fourth with just over 10 seconds left in the game Lin launched a WIDE OPEN and potential game-tying three pointer, but it failed to even hit the rim...
Jeremy Lin is used to having the odds stacked against him. Aside from the fact that his name was never called on draft day and almost every team he has played for has contemplated releasing him at some point, there is the obvious issue of race. There are very few Asian-Americans who have found success in the NBA, and Lin said that has made him somewhat of a target for opponents...
Tweet When the Houston Rockets signed Jeremy Lin away from the New York Knicks via an inflated three-year, $25 million offer sheet, many thought the signing was a mistake. But once the Rockets managed to trade for James Harden, the Lin signing took an immediate backseat. Lin had an opportunity to thrust himself back into [...]
And by really we mean TheJlin7 hit nothing but floor with :08 seconds left and the Rockets lost to the Heat, 113-110.
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The Houston Rockets faced off against the Miami Heat on Monday night. Jeremy Lin has taken a bit of a backseat with the arrival of James Harden in Houston but last night he had a shot at reclaiming his spot by hitting a last second three and sealing the win for the Rockets. It didn’t [...]
HOUSTON -- There's a convenient juxtaposition, if that's what you're looking for, between the guy who scored 38 and the guy who tossed up an airball, wide open, with the game in the balance.
That, however, would seem a bit silly, and a lot unfair to Jeremy Lin, who did throw up an airball with nine seconds left in a game the Miami Heat won over the Houston Rockets 113...
Jeremy Lin better not be a starter in this all star game...
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