Jeremy Lin's first three games as the New York Knicks go-to point guard were fun. But there were still doubts considering two of the wins came against the New Jersey Nets and Washington Wizards who are a combined 13-40.
So Lin's first true test came tonight against Los Angeles Lakers and a Kobe Bryant that hates being second-fiddle to anybody. But in the end, it was Lin who was the aggressor and put up a career-high 38 points, leading the Knicks to a 92-85 win over the Lakers.
A homemade sign at last night’s Knicks-Wizards game announced New York point guard Jeremy Lin as “The Next Big Thing.” That may be the best way to describe the undrafted second-year player from Harvard who has taken the NBA by storm... Read Post
For the third straight night Jeremy Lin topped 20 points, scoring 23 in the New York Knicks win over the New Jersey Nets tonight. He added 10 assists and one embarrassed John Wall after he got beat by Lin on a cross-over drive and a... Read Post