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It’s no secret that Spike Lee is a huge New York Knicks fan. I don’t know where he got this amazing Jeremy Lin shirt, but it’s awesome. The shirt shows Jeremy Lin as the Mars Blackmon character from Spike's movie She's Gotta Have It. Lin is shown wearing hipster glasses and a hat that says “BAL#!LIN.” The giant gold cross around Spike Lee’s neck definitely makes it even more awesome.
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Jeremy Lin didn't have many highlights at the rising stars game last night, but his parents landed on the kiss cam which pretty much makes it a success. Although they never kissed, the kiss cam is always a good laugh. Lin recently asked the media to let his family have their privacy but it looks like they haven't respected his wish yet. Sorry bud, that's what comes...
Jeremy Lin has a couple of days off this weekend after playing in the Rising Stars Challenge game during the NBA's All-Star weekend, so he'll likely be well-rested when he and the New York Knicks return to action on Wednesday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. How effective he will be then, however, remains to be seen. While the Linsanity mania surrounding the Knicks point...
Jeremy Lin has come through time and time again for the New York Knicks for the last 12 games that he’s played significant minutes. He’s played well against Kobe Bryant and the L.A. Lakers, against Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks, but tonight against Lebron James and the Miami Heat, Lin and the Knicks were completely overmatched. It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone...
Lin-Sanity wasn't such a, dare I say, global trend, his bad game last night wouldn't be such a BIG DEAL!
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How quickly "they" bite the hand that feeds them!
Sure the Heat won last night, remember the Knicks WERE 10 point underdogs, and yes Jeremy Lin had a terrible game, but that's NOT a...
Last night the Miami Heat defeated the New York Knicks by the final score of 102-88. The main headlines of the game were Jeremy Lin's struggles, the Heat's stifling defense, and the 20+ point efforts from Miami's big three (it was the first time the three all reached the 20 point plateau in the same game this season.)
For Marquette alumni and fans, there was another...
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.
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And that's just fine with them. They'll just silently go about their business of winning, where it seems like a new player steps up each night...
by Abe Schwadron | @abe_squad
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