More than likely the New York Knicks will make sure guard Jeremy Lin will be back in Gotham City to electrify the crowds and hope "Lin-sanity" takes over the NBA yet again.
But for as much as Lin can definitely "wow" the crowds, he still needs to work on his overall game and the Knicks can definitely use some guard help with Iman Shumpert and Baron Davis both suffering knee injuries in the postseason.
To address this, New York signed future Hall of Famer Jason Kidd but if you think Kidd and his stellar NBA resume will bump Lin from being the team's starting point guard, think again.
Knicks head coach Mike Woodsen made it clear, Lin is the starter and Kidd will back him up.
“I’ve said this from day one, you can’t lose your starting job based on injuries,” Woodson said, referring to Lin being sidelined since late March with a knee injury. “Jeremy was our starter before he got hurt. Unfortunately he went down with the injury and he’s not going to be punished for that. He has a lot ...