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Following Monday's game between the teams at the Garden, New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin told New Jersey Nets power forward Kris Humphries that he doesn't understand why Knicks fans boo Humphries.
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At least one person wasn’t booing Kris Humphries at the Garden on Monday night.
Humphries, in an appearance on ESPN Radio yesterday, said he and Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin ran into each other following the Nets’ 100-92 win, and Lin told him the Garden crowd was overly hostile...
Perfunctory Tuesday has kindly bowed out of the way for the Miami Heat and yields now to the onslaught of Linsanity Thursday, but here’s the thing: The wrong team will be getting most of the national attention when the New York Knicks and sudden-sensation Jeremy Lin visit here next. So will the wrong player.
Things have gotten really interesting in New York lately.The New York Knicks were looking really foolish for waiving Chauncey Billupsbefore the season started but are now looking like geniuses with the emergenceof Jeremy Lin. On top of waiving Billups they were depending on a rookiepoint guard and a second year shooting guard to get them over the hump untilBaron Davis was deemed...
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With the spotlight focusing on Madison Square Garden for most of this abbreviated basketball season, it became clear last night who is the best point guard in the area, and maybe the entire NBA. No, it’s not Jeremy Lin. It’s not Baron Davis either. Iman Shumpert? Come on.
In these parts, and perhaps it’s already known throughout the league, the best of the best is the Nets’...
Sudden New York Knicks star Jeremy Lin was brought back to reality when New Jersey Nets point guard Deron Williams took him to school in a recent contest at Madison Square Garden.
Last week he was busy becoming famous at the Florida Gators/Alabama Crimson Tide game. Tonight, Jack Blackenship showed up at MSG while the New York Knicks took on the New Jersey Nets. Obviously, he was wearing a Jeremy Lin t-shirt.