Even though the Knicks lost to the Nets last night and he was abused on the defensive end by Deron Williams, "Linsanity" is still sweeping the sports world. Jeremy Lin's rise from the NBA D-League to sparking a turnaround of the New York Knicks has certainly been beyond impressive. Here is something to think about though; Lin is a restricted free agent after this season. … [Read more...] about What kind of contract will free agent-to-be Jeremy Lin receive in off-season?
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Signed Jeremy Lin jersey brings $42,000 in auction
Last week Jeremy Lin partnered with the Garden of Dreams Foundation to put a game-worn signed jersey on the online auction block at Charitybuzz.com, along with a chance to meet him at tomorrow's game (2/22) against the Hawks, including four VIP tickets. The jersey is the same one Lin wore on Friday, February 10, 2012, when he scored 38 points against Kobe Bryant and the Los … [Read more...] about Signed Jeremy Lin jersey brings $42,000 in auction
Deron Williams schools Jeremy Lin by dropping 38 on him
Deron Williams made a statement with his game. He said "welcome to the big boy table Jeremy Lin, this is how we do it here." Or maybe "I'm getting sick of hearing about Linsanity, let's silence it." The New York Knicks lost for the second time in the Lin era falling to the rival New Jersey Nets 100-92. Williams scored a season high 38, with eight 3s and 6 assists, absolutely … [Read more...] about Deron Williams schools Jeremy Lin by dropping 38 on him
Jeremy Lin Podcast: Dorf of Sports
On this edition of Dorf On Sports, Fred and Andy f talk about Jeremy Lin, the newest star in the NBA and for the New York Knicks. This is truly the best sports story I have ever seen. He has had an impact not only on his team but the entire NBA. We also talk about how weak the Pac-12 is in basketball. … [Read more...] about Jeremy Lin Podcast: Dorf of Sports
Knicks Jeremy Lin “Linsanity” inspiring interest in Harvard, Ivy League sports?
In 1869, the first college football game ever took place between Princeton and Rutgers. For most of the early century, THE GAME referred to Harvard vs. Yale instead of Michigan vs. Ohio State. However, it's been decades since the Ivy League has been relevant on the college gridiron, and today they're not even in Division-I and nowhere near even the periphery of the BCS … [Read more...] about Knicks Jeremy Lin “Linsanity” inspiring interest in Harvard, Ivy League sports?