Jeremy Lin knows he'll carry the weight of "Linsanity" as wide as the Brooklyn Bridge heading into the new NBA season.
Lin said that people judged him by his appearance, which made his play seem even more outrageous.
Comics creator Gene Luen Yang was just selected as one of the recipients of the MacArthur Foundation's so-called "Genius Grants." In light of the news, we're republishing our December 2015 interview with Yang below. In a new email interview yesterday, he recalled finding out about the award about three weeks ago: ... More »
Even though the Jeremy Lin phenomenon known as "Linsanity" died down years ago for most people, a comic writer hasn't forgotten it and is honoring the Brooklyn Nets star with his own Marvel Comic book.
Who is the better point guard on the defensive end: Jeremy Lin, Derrick Rose or Brandon Jennings?
Why is Amadeus Cho crying? Cause he just got dunked on.
Looks like the Avengers’ big green guy has caught a case of Linsanity. Marvel announced on Thursday that NBA star Jeremy Lin will make a cameo in Marvel’s Totally Awesome Hulk series this December. Series writer Greg Pak came up with the idea himself. “I was here in New York when Linsanity happened and it […]
Jeremy Lin gained popularity during his Linsanity days in New York; an unheralded, undrafted player suddenly making waves by putting up big numbers when he was given the chance to lace up on the court.
Linsanity is making a comeback. Or it never went away depending on who, or rather where, you’re asking. Jeremy Lin is easily among the NBA’s most popular players among international fans, especially in China and Taiwan. That celebrity landed him a cameo in Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou’s latest music video. The song’s title translates […]
Mushroom cut, spiked hair, side swept style are but just few that newest Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin has done with his hair on and off games. Now Lin sports a dual braided hairdo upon arrival in New York, a hairstyle that takes 30 minutes jut braiding, not counting the other hair effects. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets have officially started their campaign to reignite the New Yorkers' support for Jeremy Lin, the franchise's star player for the 2016-17 NBA season.
Being referred to as Linsanity is not necessarily a compliment for Jeremy Lin, who thinks being considered a phenomenon may be dehumanizing him.
Jeremy Lin has officially returned to the New York area. He captivated the city in his Linsanity era when he averaged 24 points, nine assists and four rebounds for the Knicks during a 10-game stretch in February 2012.
By returning to a city with the largest Chinese population outside of Asia, to play for the Nets, Lin is stepping back into a broader, brighter spotlight.
According to former New York Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni, not every member of the Knicks locker room was caught up in Linsanity during the 2011-12 season. On Tuesday's edition of Adrian Wojnarowski's Vertical Podcast, D'Antoni discussed...Show More Summary
Linsanity was a storm that took NBA by surprise back in 2012. It was a fun 15-day, 9 game stretch involving an unheralded point guard who put dwindling New York back in the map.
The man who gave New York a fun dose of Linsanity has returned to the city. Now operating out of Brooklyn now instead of Manhattan. The Brooklyn Nets have signed free agent guard Jeremy Lin to a multi-year contract. The deal is reportedly a $36 million dollar contract over three years. “We are excited to welcome Jeremy [...]
Jeremy Lin has been signed by the Brooklyn Nets. However, he has much to improve on, especially his shooting. Let's take a look at his past teams and how he fared during a few seasons.
While many of the top NBA free agents not named Kevin Durant have already agreed to contracts that will keep them in their home markets, center Joakim Noah is set to join the Chicago Bulls East, otherwise known as the New York Knicks, according to multiple reports. In New York, Noah will be reunited...
Jeremy Lin, whose breakout 2011-2012 season actually made people care about the Knicks, is coming back to New York. The 27-year-old announced he's leaving the Charlotte Hornets for a Russian oligarch's team: [ more › ]