(Paul Mirengoff) Remember “Linsanity,” the wave of publicity that resulted from a few weeks of outstanding performances by the NBA’s Jeremy Lin? It was fun while it lasted, and justified up to a point. After all, Lin was a Harvard man...Show More Summary
Linsanity is over. In its wake roams Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin, the basketball player undoubtedly lesser than the hysteria that once surrounded him during one exciting winter jaunt with the New York Knicks. But make no mistake: Lin is still darn good. Show More Summary
The Flappy Bird saga may be the stupidest phenomenon the world has seen since Linsanity but it’s definitely a phenomenon nonetheless. App Annie points out that Flappy Bird clones are now the No. 1 games on iOS charts in more than 30 different countries including the United States, China, the United Kingdom, Germany and France. Show More Summary
Reviewed by David Johnson Quote: "It's really a nicely made documentary and feels true to Lin as a person."
Most NBA fans are still trying to parse Jeremy Lin from Linsanity, and gauge his true worth as a player. But those paying his career extra scrutiny hold one clear truth: Lin is an essential member of his team. The Rockets’ offensive style is built around a predominance of shot attempts from near the rim and behind the three-point line. Show More Summary
When he started high school, coaches considered the Christian NBA star a "little boy." Watch how he lived every underdog's dream his senior year, and beyond.
Don’t you just love a feel-good, we’re-miles-apart-but-still-stay-in-touch-story? Jeremy Lin and Mike D’Antoni are still friends, in case you had any doubts the coach who paved the way for Linsanity was out of touch with one of his former pupils. Speaking with reporters ahead of the Houston Rockets’ 113-99 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, Lin [...]
It's so funny, here we are almost two years since Linsanity, and the Knicks are a complete disaster. So what if the Knicks had kept Lin? It's a trick question, because it wouldn't have saved the Knicks, it wouldn't have even helped, but it probably would have destroyed Lin. Show More Summary
Linsanity is nothing but a distant memory, and that's a good thing. While it was thrilling, Linsanity stood for a time when Jeremy Lin was still erratic: mixing game-winning shots and offensive explosions with turnovers and inconsistent...Show More Summary
Winning heals all. Ticket prices included. When the Knicks signed Carmelo Anthony, and during Linsanity, you had to take out a loan in order to afford tickets. But now that there’s not much hype surrounding the team, coupled with their 9-game losing streak, ticket prices are plummeting. Same goes for Nets who aren’t doing much [...]
On Saturday night, all the Linsanity in Houston was right on the side of Jeremy Lin's head. After catching an elbow from Kevin Love, Lin's head spawned an egg the special effects guys from Prometheus couldn't have even dreamed up. Lin...Show More Summary
There's nothing at all freaky about this NBA Friday night. Halloween tricks have been shoved in the closet, right next to your New York Knicks "Linsanity" gear and balled up Los Angeles Lakers Superman capes. Thanksgiving feasts areShow More Summary
The meaning of Linsanity 2.0.
It's no coincidence that Jeremy Lin's best days as a Houston Rocket have come in a sixth man role. One year removed from "Linsanity," the Harvard product didn't disappoint in his first year as a starter in 2012-13—13.4 PTS, 6.1 AST, 3.0 REB, 33.9% 3PT. Show More Summary
If only for one week, Linsanity has returned to the NBA. Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin is averaging 28.7 points over the course of his past three games, capping it all off with a big fourth-quarter performance at Madison Square...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin made his 2013-2014 visit back to MSG, and his game is continuing to remind everyone that Linsanity was far from a flash in the pan as he continues to grow as a player and play an important role for the Rockets. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
NBA star Jeremy Lin paid a visit to New York last night for a game between the Rockets and the Knicks. The event evoked nostalgia for "Linsanity"--and thoughts of what might have been,
After cooling down considerably from the Linsanity fever of 2012, the Jeremy Lin craze is picking up steam again. The Houston Rockets guard is creeping back onto the national radar, and his scoring resurgence has prompted yet another...Show More Summary
Everyone remembers Linsanity, right? That brief month back in February 2012 when Knicks PG Jeremy Lin ruled the sports world and was bigger than Tebow, LeBron, and Kobe combined? Although it was a little over a year and a half ago, it feels like it happened in another lifetime. Show More Summary
Finally, it seems like Jeremy Lin is better off without the New York Knicks