#LINSANITY IS GONE
The New York Knicks have decided against matching the Houston Rockets’ offer for the services of point guard Jeremy Lin, meaning Linsanity has left the Big Apple. I could argue each side of the fence here, but the bottom line is, New York and Lin both, stood to gain an awful lot from each other.
To remember the best two weeks of the 2012 NBA season, and the best two weeks of New York Knicks basketball in the last decade, please check out the mini-documentary I shot and edited above.
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It’s a wild ride in New York City. Bring your best under the brightest lights, and the city will build you up. If you don’t, they’ll nail you to a cross.
The Knicks’ 2011-2012 season in the New York Post.
MUST WATCH: The Got ‘Em Show
Your NBA Week in Review, with a #GotEm twist. From a new term for Linsanity to the haunting of Brandon Roy’s ghost, The Got ‘Em Show is ready to enjoy.
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Jeremy Lin, PG - Reno Bighorns (NBA Developmental League)
A quiet (and great) moment with Jeremy Lin, Blake Griffin and some kid.