Watching Jeremy Lin in the playoffs, it's clear that he's always had star power. The myth in the NBA that he was a flash in the pan was something constructed by the league itself, probably because: Lin went to Harvard, a school not very famous for basketball. Show More Summary
Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lin combined for 55 points Monday night, and helped the Charlotte Hornets even up their first round Playoff series with the Miami Heat at two games The post WATCH: Kemba Walker Lights Up Miami With 34 Points in Game 4 appeared first on SLAMonline.
Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin turned in a performance that had people comparing him to Michael Jordan on Monday night. Though not in the way you might think. Don’t get me wrong, Lin played a great game. The guy played 34 minutes off the bench and scored 21 points while shooting.600 from the field. […]
Sometimes, with the passage of time, we forget important things. Like how Michael Jordan was the living, breathing embodiment of the shrug emoji before there was a shrug emoji. Hey, time flies. ¯\_(?)_/¯ We were reminded Tuesday night by Jeremy Lin, who had only one reaction after hitting a three-point bank shot: He ever so subtly […]
As the Charlotte Hornets sprinted through one of the NBA's most dominant post-All-Star break runs, their path to playoff success seemed obvious. Kemba Walker controlling the show. Threes flying all around. Al Jefferson balancing the offense underneath. Show More Summary
Kemba Walker scored a postseason career-high 34 points, and Jeremy Lin scored 21 points off the bench as the Charlotte Hornets evened their series at two games apiece with the Miami Heat on Monday after an 89-85 win in Game 4 at Time...Show More Summary
Michael Jordan once gave us one of the greatest shrugs of all time. He also signs Jeremy Lin's paychecks. After banking in a three in the fourth quarter against the Heat, Lin did his own version of the MJ shrug, and reportedly did it...Show More Summary
Kemba Walker scored a playoff career-high 34 points, Jeremy Lin added 21 and the Charlotte Hornets beat the Miami Heat 89-85 on Monday night to even their first-round series at 2-2.
Jeremy Lin scored a team-high 18 points for the Hornets as they trounced the Heat, 96-80, in Game 3. It was Charlotte’s first post-season win since Baron Davis led the The post Jeremy Lin Leads Hornets to First Playoff Win Since 2002 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The buzz is back. The Charlotte Hornets had hardly been competitive in South Florida against the white-hot Miami Heat in the first two games of their opening series in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Back in their familiar hive, though,...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin scored 18 points, Kemba Walker had 17 and the Charlotte Hornets beat the Miami Heat 96-80 on Saturday night to snap a 12-game playoff losing streak and earn their first postseason victory in 14 years.
Jeremy Lin’s rise to national prominence as a point guard for the New York Knicks came and went in 2012 but what has remained is the Harvard graduate's social influence.
Lin, the Hornets’ valuable reserve, seems to have broken a pattern in which he was overlooked, then overhyped and then left to deal with the backlash.
Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin has not been the recipient of one single flagrant foul call over the past three seasons. He didn’t get one when Kobe Bryant almost ripped his head off. He didn’t get one when Wesley Johnson whacked him in the face and left him with a bloody nose. He didn’t get […]
A viral video questioned why NBA officials have never called flagrant or technical fouls on rather violent hits to the Charlotte Hornets' Jeremy Lin. Is the NBA responding corectly?
Ten days after a fan-made video garnered widespread attention on the internet, all parties involved — Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin, the videographer and the NBA — have finally issued their say on the matter. The 6 1/2-minute video, posted April 5 by YouTube user JAD 7534, featured footage in which Lin is aggressively fouled, including several segments […]
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The NBA replied with numbers.
The league responded to a fan-made video that highlighted hard fouls on Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin that were not ruled flagrant.