When the Houston Rockets acquired Jeremy Lin in the summer of 2012, the expectation was that the former Ivy League star would team up with fellow recent acquisition James Harden to form a potent one-two punch offensively. So far, the...Show More Summary
Bringing new meaning to the term “fast fashion,” trendy sports fans are known to immediately need to get their hands on the jerseys of out-of-nowhere sensations like Colin Kaepernick and Jeremy Lin. A nation of fans is currently fascinated with an entire team—Florida Gulf Coast University, the first No. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin seemed to come out of nowhere, but Evan Jackson Leong, director of the documentary “Linsanity,” knew better. He’d been following Lin with a camera since the player’s days in school.
The Houston Rockets' young core of Jeremy Lin, Chandler Parsons and James Harden have a lot to be proud of this season. Houston's talented trio have propelled the Rockets to a seventh seed in the West in just their first season as a unit, and all three are a big reason why the Rockets as a team lead the NBA in scoring with over 106 points per game. Show More Summary
There's no quick, easy way to characterize Jeremy Lin's first season with the Houston Rockets. His overall numbers (13 points, 6.1 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 1.8 steals,.443 from the field,.332 from three) aren't half bad, though they're hardly what one would envision for a guy who inked a $25.1 million deal this past summer. Show More Summary
Unsurprisingly, the Houston Rockets have maintained a postseason spot and Jeremy Lin continues to have a significant impact. Sporting an 8-3 record thus far in March, Houston has edged up to the No. 7 position in the Western Conference. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin says Harvard is no joke. After Thursday’s upset in the NCAA Tournament, it doesn’t seem like there’s anyone doubting him. As one of the most famous basketball alums of the historic university, Jeremy Lin said that Harvard is shedding its stereotype as a collection of nerdy intellectuals rather than a squad of tough [...]Show More Summary
The Ivy League has always been more cultural touchstone than sporting conference, which is perhaps why its athletes have historically been understood as curiosities. Jeremy Lin will always be the Harvard basketball player, just as Jay Fielder was the Dartmouth quarterback and Doug Glanville was the Penn outfielder. Show More Summary
Give it up for the gentlemen from Harvard. After decades of producing Presidents, politicians and Nobel Prize winners, the Crimson has recently begun to produce professional athletes in Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jeremy Lin. Harvard added another notch to its athletics resume on Thursday night by securing its first NCAA tournament victory over No. Show More Summary
Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin proved Thursday night that he is indeed the biggest Harvard basketball fan on the planet.
Round one was plugging along at a fairly chalky pace save two No. 12-No. 5 upsets from Pac-12 folks California and Oregon. The East Coast went to sleep, then out of the woodwork came Harvard. Beset by suspensions amid an academic cheating … Continue reading ?
A proud alum expresses his glee.
The Houston Rockets took a huge gamble this offseason when they decided to ink overnight-sensation Jeremy Lin to a three-year deal worth close to $25 million. As a starter for the New York Knicks last season, Lin posted impressive averages of 18.2 points, 7.7 assists and 3.7 rebounds per game. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin's month-to-month shooting numbers tell you all you need to know about how inconsistent he's been this season for the Houston Rockets. The 24-year-old point guard shot 37 percent in November, 49 percent in December, 42 percent in January, 44 percent in February and, now, 54 percent in March. Show More Summary
With the Houston Rockets clutching to their postseason lives, it is time for them to ride a wave of Linsanity. The Rockets currently sit with a 36-31 record, which has them in seventh place in the Western Conference. That leaves them a full game ahead of the Los Angeles Lakers and just two games ahead of the ninth-place Utah Jazz. Show More Summary
Linsanity, Evan Leong's documentary about the rise and rise of Chinese American basketball star Jeremy Lin, had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and has now begun showing at other festivals around the US. [ more › ]
Former New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin is alive and well and playing for the Houston Rockets--and a new documentary chronicles his unlikely rise, and the even more unlikely spread of "Linsanity.." A video interview with Lin.
The Houston Rockets have continued to be a competitive team in the Western Conference, year in and year out. However, have failed to escape the first round of the playoffs in the last fifteen years. With the additions of Jeremy Lin and James Harden, the Rockets are now seen as a serious contender and a force to be reckoned with. Show More Summary
“Linsanity,” filmmaker Evan Jackson Leong’s documentary about NBA basketball player Jeremy Lin, made its Bay Area debut Thursday night as the opening film of the recently renamed CAAMFest film festival.
A documentary about basketball sensation Jeremy Lin, a Song Dynasty war epic and the latest incarnation of Ip Man are in focus at this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival.