What will be Jeremy Lin's future now that Linsanity is a memory?
Jeremy Lin's playoff action has left just about everything to be desired. The Linsanity era with the New York Knicks last season did not extend into the postseason because of a meniscus injury to Lin, so the popular—and polarizing—point guard is now getting his first playoff run in a Houston Rockets uniform. Show More Summary
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Linsanity has died down since Jeremy Lin was taking New York by storm in 2012, but the young point guard is proving that he was worth every penny of the contract he signed with the Houston Rockets prior to the start of the 2012-13 season. 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.
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.
“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.
Tonight, The Center for Asian America Media presents 'Linsanity' as the kick-off to its 11-day celebration of film and culture celebrating Asian and Asian American artists. [ more › ]
There is no doubt the New York Knicks upgraded when they unloaded Jeremy Lin in favor of Raymond Felton. The Raymond Felton-Jason Kidd tandem instantly hushed the echoes of Linsanity in Madison Square Garden’s rafters—and in the media. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin took control of New York City and dominated the 2011-12 NBA regular season. The critics of Linsanity referred to him a flash in the pan. While the critique of his stardom came with rationale, senseless questions arose in reference to his status of a deserving NBA player. Show More Summary
A couple of Jeremy Lin fans have different reasons for rooting against the Nets at Barclays Center.
When the Houston Rockets signed Jeremy Lin in the offseason, the polarizing point guard became an instant lightning rod subject. Did the Rockets make a mistake? Was Linsanity a fluke? Were the Rockets NBA Finals contenders? Now that the hysteria has died down a bit and Lin has put in 55 games with the Rockets, it's much easier to examine the move. Show More Summary
Last year, the world was introduced to "Linsanity" in all of its pomp and splendor. On Feb. 4, 2012, a young man largely unknown to the casual NBA fan stepped in to the bright lights and on to the big stage of Madison Square Garden to begin living a dream. Show More Summary
It’s been a little more than a year since Linsanity began to sweep the NBA landscape. The lights aren’t shining quite as brightly on the budding star this season, but he’s still playing like one of the best point guards in the league. Show More Summary
When the Houston Rockets signed Jeremy Lin to a three-year deal last July, GM Daryl Morey and head coach Kevin McHale hoped that the phenomenon known as Linsanity would follow him to Houston. At this point in the season, it's safe to say that the Linsanity of 2012-13 has been sporadic, at best. Show More Summary
After the internet’s collective failure in digitizing the much revered Big Brother “Black Issue,” we are checking off our annual scanner-based post requirement. Sunday is Chinese New Year (we’re also in the midst of Linsanity’s one-year anniversary), and what better way to celebrate than by remembering notable skaters of Asian descent, circa 1998. (A note [...]