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.
Since "Linsanity" died, most of the focus of Jeremy Lin's game has often accentuated what he can't do, rather than what he can. But through it all, Lin's main strength has never been up for debate: The guy can get to the basket. This season, out of players who've played in 70-plus games, Lin is 20th in drives per game, according to NBA.com. Show More Summary
Despite having played in the NBA for six years now, Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin says security personnel at opposing arenas around the league still ask him for credentials. It's safe to say "Linsanity" is long gone. In September,...Show More Summary
So far this NBA season, Charlotte Hornets point guard Jeremy Lin has received far more attention for his nightly outrageous hairstyles than his overall play. Four years removed from Linsanity, it's the silly stuff that now gets Lin headlines these days, even as he has quietly settled in as an effective backcourt partner off the bench to Kemba Walker. Show More Summary
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It was another episode of Linsanity, and this time it was more surreal than ever.
While Linsanity has died down considerably over the years, Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin has received some buzz this season. Not necessarily because of his play on the court, however. Because of his hair. Lin's hairstyles draw eyes the moment he steps on the court, and now the Hornets are honoring the guard's flow. Show More Summary
Stoudemire didn't mention Anthony by name when he said "everyone wasn't a fan" of Jeremy Lin during the height of Linsanity, but clearly he was referring to his former teammate. It's been a strange few years for the Knicks. They've seen...Show More Summary
The Charlotte Hornets have been defeated by the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-114 on Tuesday night, but if the two teams face each other once again in the NBA playoffs, Jeremy Lin's performance may be crucial in determining the winner.
Jeremy Lin has enjoyed a solid year backing up Kemba Walker for the Charlotte Hornets. After the inferno that was Linsanity, he didn’t become a superstar, but he also did not drop off the face of the map. He’s just sort of a guy, a decent back up point guard on an okay team. Read more...
As the season seems to be colorful for Charlotte Hornets, the rumors keep coming, especially for point guard Jeremy Lin, who has been an efficient team player in the past games.
Years removed from Linsanity, the 27-year-old point guard has found a home with the surprising Hornets. The Hornets beat the Raptors in overtime on Thursday in a matchup between two of the East's best teams. Charlotte prevailed in no small part thanks to Jeremy Lin's season-high 35 points. Show More Summary
In his current life, Gene Luen Yang is best known as a writer and cartoonist, crafting award-winning graphic novels like American Born Chinese and the two-volume Boxers & Saints, landmark works that have gone on to be taught in schools and considered for awards normally exclusive to prose fiction. Yang... More »
Jeremy Lin continues to be hounded by trade rumors even if he seems to have finally found a home with the Charlotte Hornets.
Following the smooth moves that Jeremy Lin ever so slowly slammed back into the court for the past several games, rumor has it that "Linsanity" has found a new training ground with the Charlotte Hornets for a possible reincarnation.
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.