Found February 18, 2012 on
The Sports Bank:
On this edition of Dorf On Sports, Fred and Andy f talk about Jeremy Lin, the newest star in the NBA and for the New York Knicks. This is truly the best sports story I have ever seen. He has had an impact not only on his team but the entire NBA. We also talk about how weak the Pac-12 is in basketball.
In addition they discuss Peyton Manning and his future. Does his legacy continue in Indy, does he take his act somewhere else or does he retire?
We also catch up with actor, comedian, writer, rapper etc. Tom Green who is at the Tempe Improv this weekend.
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It doesn’t seem like anyone is having trouble coming up with their own “clever” Jeremy Lin words (ex: Linception, Super Lintendo, etc…), but in case you are the one idiot out their that can’t perform this simple task, then the Lin Word Generator is for you!
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Yesterday, Chasing 23 contributor Lochpster wrote that Tyson Chandler was the backbone of the New York Knicks. If that’s the case, perhaps we can fill out the rest of the Knicks’ body parts:
Carmelo Anthony, the large intestine: the part of the body that completes the digestive process and whose primary output is waste, without returning anything really productive back to the...
After bouncing around the NBA and the NBA Development League with no steady paycheck, Jeremy Lin of the New York Knickerbockers finally has a guaranteed job and a steady flow of income for his own place. Previously, Jeremy Lin lived with his brother on the couch. Perhaps that is the most popular way of living for most college graduates that move back home with family.
I can visualize my pubescent and teen years even to this day. Living in a small town, if you can imagine a prominently white, upper middle-class, and a town’s population was 1,500 on a good day. Imagine living in a world where closed-minded Caucasians ruled and minorities were something that were far and few between. Imagine the though of a local, esteemed university opening...
In the two weeks that New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has gone from a fringe NBA player to an international phenomenon and foundation for bad puns, the league’s first American-born player of Taiwanese descent has served as an inspiration to Asian Americans, Ivy Leaguers with hoop dreams, those who believe in the power of faith in a higher power and underdogs in general....
NEW YORK (AP) - MSG Network won't say why it decided to air a fan's sign that depicted Jeremy Lin's face above a fortune cookie during Wednesday's Knicks game.The image with the words "The Knicks Good Fortune" immediately caused a stir on social media. Lin is the NBA's first American-born ...
Jeremy Lin has ignited a nationwide craze over the past two weeks, as "Linsanity" has spread like wildfire, and the NBA front-office has certainly taken notice. Lin was invited by the league to take part in next weekend's Sprite slam-dunk competition during NBA All-Star weekend in Orlando, according to league sources. The second-year point guard is expected to assist...
Well for the first time since opening the season at 2-0 the New Orleans Hornets have come out victorious in their past two games to match that win streak. Monday night they stormed to a huge lead then were able to hold off the Utah Jazz late for an 86-80 win. They followed that with a close 92-89 thriller over the Milwaukee Bucks to improve to a mere 6-23 on the season.
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ESPN announced Sunday that it had suspended one person and fired another for using an ethnic slur last week in reference to New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin.