In 5 easy steps.
In 5 easy steps.
In this interview Lin did with Fuse he reveals his favorite musicians, and unless you’re really into Christian music, you probably haven’t heard of them. (via fuse.tv)
White House Press Secretary says the president is “very impressed” by Jeremy Lin.
According to SeatGeek.com the value of a Knicks seat on the secondary market took a huge leap after Jeremy Lin’s last-second heroics in Toronto last night.
Jeremy Lin set an NBA record for most points in his first four starts with the Knicks, then hit a game-winning three-pointer in his fifth start with the team. I apologize profusely for calling him “surprisingly exciting.”
Linsanity spreads to Anti-Defamation League.
This is why I deleted my Xanga before I became an NBA phenom. (via deadspin.com)
I’m excited about Linsanity too, but there are a few causes for concern.
Winning games? Check. Becoming a media darling? Check. Making people money? Check.
If you want to spend an insane amount of money. The 7th grade one costs $2000 more than the 8th grade one, because it’s signed. That’s reasonable right?
This video is from Lin’s rookie year with Golden State, but seeing as he’s set the NBA on fire over the last week, I couldn’t help but do my part to add to the Linsanity. The man is Harvard educated, proving himself to be a great NBA player, and can dance. Watch out women of New York. Jeremy Lin has arrived. (via @jennydeluxe)
Jeremy Lin’s Knicks teammate Amar’e Stoudemire won Twitter last night.
What happens when a Stanford grad and a Harvard grad become teammates in the NBA? This Milhouse of a handshake. (Note: This is a compliment. I love Milhouse.)
Hop on the Jeremy Lin bandwagon right now, sports fans. At best, the 23-year-old Harvard grad turned starting point guard for the Knicks will help lead the team out of the doldrums of the NBA to compete in the Eastern Conference this year. At worst, he’s still a one-man highlight reel.