Posted February 28, 2012 on
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Apart from all the Jeremy Lin headlines, the New York Knicks think they are a story, too.
While almost all the attention this month belonged to their point guard, the Knicks got Baron Davis back from injury, signed JR Smith and discovered Steve Novak, who had been sitting right next to Lin at the end of their bench.
Lin's rise from undrafted Harvard grad to NBA star made him an international sensation, but he says it's time to talk about what he says may be the league's deepest team.
That depth will no doubt help Lin. He is not used to so many minutes and clearly tired in his dismal game against Miami last Thursday. He's refreshed now, just in time to face No. 1 draft pick Kyrie Irving of Cleveland on Wednesday.
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Jeremy Lin and the Knicks have something to build on.While the New York Knicks have some solid pieces to build on as they prepare for the second half of the regular season, it’s pretty clear from where I’m sitting that the still-evolving Knicks are not in the same elite class as the Miami heat and Chicago Bulls in the Eastern Conference. Yes, the Knicks will make a playoff appearance...
Jeremy Lin had 19 points and 13 assists, Carmelo Anthony scored 22 and the New York Knicks turned around the game with their reserves to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 120-103 on Wednesday night.
Steve Novak had 17 points off the bench as the Knicks turned a 17-point deficit into an easy win, outscoring the Cavs 71-42 in the second half. They capped a 10-5 month, their first 10-win...
Jeremy Lin checked back in, triggering the wave of cheers that accompany his every move at Madison Square Garden. This time, they were for the guys leaving the game. Lin had 19 points and 13 assists and Carmelo Anthony scored 22, but the New York Knicks turned around this one with their reserves to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 120-103 on Wednesday night.
For a lot of people a rise to stardom is the time to go on a spending spree and to let the world know their new status, but not the New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin; his simplicity is still intact and has not been blemished by NBA popularity.
Lin’s rise has attracted the attention of millions of people around the world including big stars from other sporting arena. First...
BEIJING — While Jeremy Lin has become an NBA sensation, Knicks reject Stephon Marbury has been tearing it up on the other side of the world, dominating the Chinese league and developing his own cult following.
Linsanity is competing with Marbury Madness in China after the Brooklyn native led the Beijing...