Jeremy Lin is one interesting dude. On Thursday, the Charlotte Hornets point guard took to Reddit and tackled a whole bunch of topics. For starters, the best part of Linsanity was not taking over the basketball world and becoming an instant star around the globe. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin came into the nation's collective periphery when he went on a scoring-streak back in 2012 as an off-the-bench point guard for the New York Knicks. The blitz came out of nowhere and was sensationalized even more because he's Asian-American. It goes without saying that NBA players are overwhelmingly black.
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Jeremy Lin has been in the NBA for quite some time now — and he's picked up a few tips on how to fit in! To pass on his wisdom, the Charlotte Hornets point guard posted a video on his YouTube that features the coolest players in the NBA — and the coolest toddler on the [...]
Good morning. That and more in Thursday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. THE MASTER OF OUR TIME: We're six seasons into the 2010s, so I put together my three All-NBA teams of the decade to date. Needless to say, LeBron leads the pack. Show More Summary
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Check out Jeremy Lin's latest YouTube gem, which highlights "How to fit in the NBA." The post Jeremy Lin Presents ‘How To Fit In The NBA’ (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Riley Curry made an appearance in Jeremy Lin's new video about trying to fit in the NBA. While the premise of Lin's video is very funny, Riley steals the show just as she did time and time again during the NBA playoffs by doing the "Nae Nae." In the short clip, Riley comes in, hits the whip and then executes a smooth two-armed Nae Nae. Show More Summary
Planning to enter the NBA? Have you always wondered what it's like to play in the association? Jeremy Lin has the answers. This video called "How to Fit in the NBA" has no right to be good at all -- but it's pretty darn great. Lin pulled...Show More Summary
Riley Curry shows up, because of course she does.
Yet another act of kindness and humility from an Asian NBA star has taken Internet by fire: Jeremy Lin has asked his fans to pray for him, and also for each other.
Almost one year after Jeremy Lin started an online prayer group where he's received spiritual support from fans, the new North Carolina Hornets point guard is using the platform to allow fans to pray for each other.
Lin says he went to Time Warner Cable Arena to try to get some work in, and arena security didn't believe he was actually on the team. The post Jeremy Lin Had to Convince Arena Security That He’s a Hornets Player appeared first on SLAMonline.
It seems that new Hornets guard Jeremy Lin had trouble convincing Hornets security staff that he was an actual NBA player, and more to the point, played for the Hornets. Yes, really.
Hornets guard Jeremy Lin says he had trouble convincing a security guard that he’s an NBA player when he showed up at the team’s arena.
Jeremy Lin doesn’t look like your average NBA player. For one thing, he’s the first American player in the league who is of Chinese or Taiwanese descent, and for another thing, at 6-3, he’s not the freakishly tall specimen that a lot of folks associate with pro basketball players. Little wonder, then, that Lin has […]
Jeremy Lin says Hornets' arena security guard didn't believe he was an NBA player
New Hornets guard Jeremy Lin says he had trouble convincing a security guard that he's an NBA player when he showed up at the team's Charlotte arena.
Jeremy Lin announced in July that he was going to sign with the Charlotte Hornets, and on Saturday visited Time Warner Cable Arena for (...)
Apparently, Charlotte Hornets security guards never got caught up in Linsanity a few years back. Jeremy Lin signed with Charlotte as a free agent back in July. It appears as though he had yet to go to the Hornets' home arena, Time Warner Cable Arena, until recently. Show More Summary