A year ago Monday, Jeremy Lin came off the bench to rally the Knicks and shock the Nets with an elite performance.(2)
A dozen games or so into the decision by the New York Knicks to jettison Jeremy Lin for Raymond Felton, the verdict had come in from all over: Felton was a better fit for the Knicks than Lin after all.(9)
The separation agreement between the New York Mets and R.A. Dickey is nearly finalized.
It has been a complicated year for Jeremy Lin and the Houston Rockets, though Lin's 38-point haul in Monday night's 134-126 loss to the San Antonio Spurs may clarify things somewhat.(11)
As indelible a part of the story of Linsanity as Jeremy Lin's rise from the end of the bench, vanquishing of Kobe Bryant and the Lakers, and eventually, his fall and exile, is the first moment Lin struggled as a member of the New York Knicks.(3)
It's been said that Raymond Felton is somehow in charge of the Knicks' destiny this season, simply because he effectively replaced Jeremy Lin on the roster.
It isn't taking ex-Knick Jeremy Lin long to settle whatever argument remains about his legitimacy, with performances like the one he turned in for his regular season debut for the Rockets, a 105-96 victory over the Detroit Pistons.(6)
By ditching Jeremy Lin in favor of Raymond Felton this summer, the Knicks laid the groundwork for a real-time experiment on the effects of Lin's play.
Jeremy Lin, who you might remember from the New York Knicks, has the unenviable task of proving to the world that last season's Linsanity was no fluke, while doing so on a Houston Rockets team lacking in both reliable offensive options and seasoning.
At first glance, it would seem like the New York Yankees are facing an insurmountable task Tuesday night in Detroit.
The theories propogated by those who saw Jeremy Lin as a flash in the pan have never made much sense.(6)
The Knicks had a lot to show the reporters who attended media day at their practice facility in Tarrytown should have been a time for optimism.(2)