Found February 10, 2012 on The New York Post:
PLAYERS: Jeremy Lin
TEAMS: New York Knicks
Jeremy Lin’s incredible and meteoric rise from a bench-warming backup point guard to a nationwide sensation has local retailers scrambling to try to stock their shelves with his No. 17 Knicks jersey. But if you want to wear one to watch Lin and the Knicks take on the Lakers...

Lin has pointed Knicks in a new direction

MINNEAPOLIS Jeremy Lin is more than a phenomenon. On Saturday night, he became an effect. The Jeremy Lin Effect has struck the Knicks, manifesting itself in a come-from-behind 100-98 victory over the Timberwolves in the most dramatic of fashions. Its win streak extended to five, New York's magic hasn't faded, but Saturday night marked a change. For the first time in a week...

Lin captivates as anti-superstar

Today's Linsanity was three weeks ago's "Knicks Send Two Benchwarmers to D-League.'' That was the headline in The New York Times' blog way back in, well, January, when the Knicks sent Jeremy Lin down to the Erie Bayhawks in the minors. Today, after three games over the course of about a week, a spark, a flicker, an explosion -- and a few million tweets ...

Jeremy Lin, Landry Fields share nerdy, bookworm pregame handshake (Video)

What do you get when you pair a Harvard grad with a former Stanford student-athlete? One of the nerdiest pregame handshakes of all time. Yup, Knicks guards Jeremy Lin and Landry Fields have developed one of the most unique pregame shakes you will see. Their routine features Lin flipping through pages of a book, the two taking off glasses, and placing them inside pocket protectors...

Jeremy Lin Was The Star In The Garden Last Friday Night

It was a great night for point guard Jeremy Lin as he scored 38 points to help the Knicks defeat the Lakers 92-85 at the Garden last night. Before the game, Lin was the center of discussion in the media. A large number of media men and women lined up to cover him. Lin held a press conference with the media as arranged by the Knicks. So far he seems to be dealing with the attention...

Jeremy Lin Crosses Over John Wall And Finishes With Huge Dunk (Video)

I am officially starting the Jeremy Lin fan club, and I’m naming it the “Shao Lin Monks.” For the third straight game the Asian Sensation lead the Knicks to victory, but tonight he did it without Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony. Lin finished the night with 23 points and 10 assists, but the highlight was him ethering John Wall with a killer crossover. The commentary...

What does Jeremy Lin mean for the New York Knicks?

Jeremy Lin led the New York Knicks to a win over the Los Angeles Lakers while pouring in 38 points and 7 assist. Now allow me to repeat that without laughing. Some dude from Harvard has won 3 straight games, and he just led the Knicks to a win over the Lakers with 38 points (damn I still can’t stop laughing). This Jeremy Lin story has a lot of tentacles. Let’s start with the...

Linsanity: Knicks benchwarmer becomes a star

Jeremy Lin came with an intriguing story even before he escaped the New York Knicks' bench.

Wizards vs. Knicks: Game 25 discussion thread

Before he became a Madison Square Garden sweetheart, New York Knicks second-year point guard Jeremy Lin had a memorable summer league game against John Wall at the Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas that turned Lin into a fan favorite. Wall was the heralded top overall pick from Kentucky and drew the biggest applause when introduced, but by the end of the night, Lin, the undrafted rookie...
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