Jeremy Lin will never forget that brief, beautiful stretch of basketball known as Linsanity.
His first trip back to Madison Square Garden was memorable, too.
Lin had 22 points and eight assists in his return to New York, leading the Houston Rockets to a 109-96 victory Monday night that ended the Knicks' 10-game home winning streak to open the season.
The undrafted point guard from Harvard said before the game he would always remember his breakthrough, no matter how long he plays. But he wasn't thinking about it Monday, even as he put together a good imitation of it.
''I've moved on, they've moved on,'' Lin said. ''We have good memories, but at the same time we're all in a different place now.''
Cheered then jeered, and later floored by Tyson Chandler's flagrant foul, Lin added another masterpiece to the ones he compiled last season during the height of his memorable run. No longer the fan favorite he was when wearing the home uniform, Lin got a mixed reception when he left the ...