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Jeremy Lin scored a career-high 28 points in his first career start, Steve Novak added a season-best 19, and the New York Knicks overcame the absence of Amare Stoudemire and early loss of Carmelo Anthony to beat the Utah Jazz 99-88 on Monday night. Stoudemire left the team to join his family in Florida after older brother Hazell was killed there earlier Monday in a car crash, then Anthony left...
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The Knicks have won two games in a row. And it hasn’t come on the back of Melo or Amare. It’s been the Jeremy Lin Show. The Jeremy Lin era has officially begun in New York City. The guard out of Harvard is only the second Asian-American player in NBA history.
2 Weeks ago Lin was in the NBA’s D-League and due to injuries has gotten an opportunity for more minutes. His official...
As roars shook Madison Square Garden on Monday night during Jeremy Lin's first career NBA start, a few fans knew his moment was a long time coming. They sported black T-shirts that read, "The Jeremy Lin Show" on the front.
Printed on the back? "We Believe."
After he led the Knicks to victory over the Utah Jazz, the rest of the league now understands what...
In his short time in the NBA, Jeremy Lin has played for the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets. A chance signing with the Knicks has turned the Harvard grad into the next NYC Phenom. Ok, that might be an exageration, it’s only been a couple of games. But Knicks fans are certainly pleased with [...]
"Impressive, most impressive." - Darth Vader
Even the ultimate villain had to be impressed with Jeremy Lin's breakout performance Friday night. Lin finished the Knicks-Nets game with 25 points and seven assists, immediately becoming the latest hope for Knicks fans to cling to. Ken Berger with CBS Sports writes that it was only one game, but Lin's play was exactly...
After showing he can break down Deron Williams and the Jazz's Devin Harris, new Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin might want to switch to a pair of track shoes when he meets up with Washington's John Wall Wednesday.
Jeremy Lin had 23 points and a career-high 10 assists, and Tyson Chandler scored 25 points and had 11 rebounds to lead the New York Knicks to their third straight win, 107-93 over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night. Chandler, a 10-year NBA veteran, finished two points short of his career high, but it was again Lin's night.
(H/T: Michael Gluckstadt)
In case you haven’t heard, it looks like Mike D’Antoni is likely going to go with Jeremy Lin as the team’s starting PG against the Utah Jazz tonight. D’Antoni is apparently impressed with the way Lin attacked the basket and ran the Knicks’ offense during Saturday’s game against the Nets (and equally unimpressed with the pathetic job Toney Douglas...
Jeremy Lin scored a career-high 28 points in his first career start, Steve Novak added a season-best 19, and the New York Knicks overcame the absence of Amare Stoudemire and early loss of Carmelo Anthony to beat the Utah Jazz 99-88 on Monday night.
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