Lin won this round, though: he played well and his Rockets torched the Knicks for an easy victory.
You’re a professional athlete playing in New York City, you’ve lost six straight games, and everything with your catch phrase on it is marked down 50% at the Times Square Duane Reade. Your popularity is waning at best.
Very clever, Sports Illustrated. Very clever.
Was the wordplay really that irresistible? Someone’s getting fired. [Ed. note: According to Deadspin, ESPN has already apologized.]
Forget Linsanity. I want this guy on my team.
Spike Lee can hardly contain his excitement. Who could blame him?
David Letterman has embraced the Linsanity. On Wednesday’s “Late Show,” Letterman dedicated his Top 10 List to the out-of-nowhere Knicks superstar, highlighting the 10 worst Jeremy Lin-related puns.
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.
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’s Knicks teammate Amar’e Stoudemire won Twitter last night.