Before he was the most-talked about and celebrated player on the New York Knicks — and before “Linsanity” was a household term — Jeremy Lin was a kid with hoop dreams who played basketball at Palo Alto High School Continue reading
Over the past 12 days, Jeremy Lin’s success has transcended basketball and mesmerized fans the world over, and the captivating 23-year-old is proving he’s not the flash in the pan his few detractors would like him to be. Once an unknown benchwarmer — one whom Madison Square Garden security regularly mistook for a trainer — Lin added another chapter to his storybook journey Wednesday night, putting on a passing clinic, dishing out 13 assists to go with 10 points in 26 minutes during the Knicks’ 100-85 win over the visiting Sacramento Kings. And though it might not have been one of Lin’s best nights on paper — he did have six turnovers and he had scored at least 20 points in each of the past six games — it may have been his most impressive performance to date.
Jeremy Lin hit a three-pointer with less than a second remaining to give the Knicks a 90-87 win over the Raptors on Tuesday. Continue reading
Amar’e Stoudemire made a name for himself in the NBA running the pick-and-roll with Steve Nash in Mike D’Antoni’s freewheeling Suns offense. Continue reading
Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. took some shots at new Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin via Twitter, Continue reading
The elephant in the room that threatens to overshadow Linsanity is whether Carmelo Anthony will mesh with Jeremy Lin, or mess with the Knicks’ newfound chemistry. Continue reading