Jeremy Lin is booed off the place Linsanity started.
Kristaps fever is spreading in New York. Porzingismania has gripped Manhattan. Zingsanity has arrived. On Tuesday the Knicks' rookie went off against the Hornets to the tune of 29 pounds and 10 rebounds, naturally leading to the NewShow More Summary
There's no more stopping Jeremy Lin as the "Linsanity" star continues to work his way through wins for his new team, the Charlotte Hornets.
Jeremy Lin is starting good this pre-season, and fans of "Linsanity" just may see his awakening in the next games, but is the legend really back?
Chris Tang is a promising young basketball player who left his home in China to pursue his dreams in the US. In America, Tang found national recognition (and all the pressure that comes with it) during the explosion of “Linsanity”. This is his story.
Jeremy Lin is reportedly interested in returning to the New York Knicks, but his former team apparently has had enough of "Linsanity."
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
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.
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.
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
Jeremy Lin just may have his chance at redemption as Hornets coach Steve Clifford shares his plans of putting "Linsanity" into a backcourt gameplay with Kemba Walker.
The return of the new season of NBA brings another possible comeback of one Jeremy Lin. Fans have not forgotten his performance that tagged him with 'Linsanity.' With his recent transfer to the Charlotte Hornets, expectations arise as to how Lin would fare in his new team.
Earlier this off-season, Charlotte was able to sign 27-year-old Jeremy Lin, who was an unrestricted free agent after his sole disastrous season with the Lakers.
Los Angeles Lakers' Jeremy Lin stands on the court during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers, Tuesday, April 7, 2015, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Just three years ago, Jeremy Lin seemed destined to become the next sensational point guard in the [...]
After a so-so performance for the Los Angeles Lakers this past season, 'Linsanity' star Jeremy Lin will once again try his luck in searching for a team where he will be used.
A one-year stint with the Lakers didn't help Jeremy Lin recapture the "Linsanity" magic. Now we'll get to see if he fares better in Charlotte. Lin and the Charlotte Hornets agreed to terms on a contract, a move both sides hope will help the former sensation recapture his momentum. Show More Summary
Could #Linsanity be back in New York? According to one report, it's a possibility. The post New York Knicks Have Reportedly Reached Out to Jeremy Lin appeared first on SLAMonline.
Jeremy Lin's career has been a roller coaster since his 'Linsanity' days in New York. The former Harvard standout was acquired by the Rockets in 2012 and played for two seasons alongside James Harden, who became a superstar in his stay with Houston.
A lot of people, especially Jeremy Lin fans, were expecting a lot from the former Harvard standout when he transferred to Los Angeles last season.
Jeremy Lin is definitely one of the most watched storylines in the NBA, even after his reduced game time and his failure to meet expectations early in the season.