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Can Jeremy Lin stay consistent and run the Knicks offense? (NBC Sports)
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New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin looks like he's here to stay. Through three starts in the last four nights, he's put up 25, 28 and 23 points respectively. And the boy isn't selfish with it - he's handed out seven, eight and ten assists. He's stepped up in Carmelo's and now Amare's absences. And because he's become the newest professional...
When he first got to the NBA, Jeremy Lin got some support from an unexpected source. Wataru Misaka, the first non-white NBA player and like Lin an Asian American, sent the Chinese-American point guard a letter of encouragement. Misaka described the letter in an ESPN report, noting that "he told him 'Ganbare,' which means 'hang in there' in Japanese." While...
I'm all Lin T...
The New York Knicks newest star Jeremy Lin is already a fan favorite. The Asian-American Harvard graduate has become the NBA’s newest playmaking sensation. He’s earned more than 60,000 Twitter followers in just five days. Maybe he’s just a flash in the pan, maybe not. At least he’s disproved the stereotype that Asians can’t drive. -TO
Jeremy Lin got a chance to play this past Saturday against the Nets, backing up Iman Shumpert at point guard for the Knicks. Six points, three rebounds and three assists in the first half later and Lin found himself on the court for most of the second half in a Knicks' win.
It wasn't just the numbers that were impressive about Lin, either. The former Harvard point guard...
Breakout Knicks star Jeremy Lin, who currently sleeps on his
brother's couch on Manhattan's Lower East Side, is looking for more
permanent digs, sources said.
Jeremy Lin’s incredible and meteoric rise from a bench-warming backup point guard to a nationwide sensation has local retailers scrambling to try to stock their shelves with his No. 17 Knicks jersey. But if you want to wear one to watch Lin and the Knicks take on the Lakers...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist The night before, Kobe Bryant had laughed off a question about whether he would be called on to defend Jeremy Lin in New York. He had no idea what kind of game Lin played, and didn't understand the fuss about a player he could barely remember even playing against.
Now he knows. Linsanity waits for no one.
- The Rock was sitting courtside at last night’s New York Knicks vs. Los Angeles Lakers basketball game at Madison Square Garden. Rock was shown on the big screen and tweeted about Jeremy Lin.
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