Saturday, February 18, 2012

Jeremy Lin

  • Jeremy Lin had 26 points, but the undermanned Hornets halted the Knicks magical win streak with an 89-85 victory at MSG. Trevor Ariza had 25 points for New Orleans.
  • (CNN Sports Illustrated)
  • New Yorks current sensation has also been invited to play a role in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. ONeal took Lin with his third pick after starting with the Clippers Blake Griffin. Barkley took Clevelands Kyrie Irving at No. 2.
  • (ESPN)
  • New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin is taking the sports world by storm. In light of his stellar production on the court, former major league pitcher Fernando Valenzuela and New York Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain shared their thoughts on the Lin-Sanity.
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  • Here's how low expectations have been for the New York Knicks. In late January, ESPN opted out of a commitment to broadcast last night's Knicks-New Orleans Hornets game at Madison Square Garden in favor of the Mavericks-Philadelphia 76ers.
  • (Dallas Morning News)
  • Jeremy Lin has awed the country. Lin had his first start with the New York Knicks on Feb. 6. Few people knew of him at the time. After several of wins, Lin has become a household name in America. Basketball and non-basketball fans know who he is.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The blackout of the MSG Network for Time-Warner Cable's 2.8 Million customers in New York City started on Sunday, January 1st.
  • (New York Observer)
  • Lets just cut to the chase and make him President of the United States. New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin, the Taiwanese-American global sensation, has attracted attention from all corners: endorsers, marketers, promoters, media members, you name it.
  • (CBS Sports)
  • FedEx Ground delivery-truck driver Ed Weiland organizes packages in the back of his truck in Bend, Ore.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • NEW YORK -- Jeremy Lin lined up a straight-away three and clanked the potential game-tying shot off the rim. Moments later, he bullied his way through the lane and fell down, throwing up a shot that didnt hit any metal at all.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • BATON ROUGE - The way LSU basketball coach Trent Johnson sees it - better to miss out on a diamond in the Silicon Valley early than late.
  • (Democrat and Chronicle)

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