Jeremy Lin must be benched. Ever since Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire returned to the New York Knicks’ starting lineup, the Lin Dynasty hasn’t been the same winning machine. Mike D’Antoni needs to sit the phenom point guard for the sake of the team, but not so fast. A reduced role wouldn’t result in the end of Linsanity—it would amplify it. Mark Berman of the New York Post reported that when D’Antoni was questioned about his willingness to tinker with the starting five and even bring Lin off the bench, the head coach answered: It could [change].
The 45 minutes Jeremy Lin played last night were crucial in the New York Knicks' 99-88 win over the Utah Jazz. They were crucial because of the absence of Carmelo Anthony (injury) and Amar'e Stoudemire (death in family). However, co... Read Post
I would like to start this article off by saying I am a believer in Mike D'Antoni, I am a believer in Jeremy Lin, I am a believer in Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire, and I believe in this New York Knicks team. As I sat with my... Read Post