Jeremy Lin's Taiwan fans are so excited about Linsanity 2 -- and there's a statue to prove it.
Lakers point guard Jeremy Lin has shared his greatest sin
Citing a tweet by reporter Brett Pollakoff, the match-up between the two teams would be something to look forward to during the holiday season, considering that despite the Laker's formidable offense courtesy of Kobe Bryant, Nick Young, Carlos Boozer, Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin, they might fold on the Bulls' homecourt.
Jeremy Lin seems to be practicing his dunks early for the upcoming NBA season -- with his family.
Point guard, Jeremy Lin, is excited to have a "fresh start" with the Los Angeles Lakers after being traded by the Houston Rockets. The Los Angeles Lakers shared that Lin will be wearing jersey number 17, which was the same number he wore while playing with the New York Knicks during "Linsanity."
"Linsanity 2" may happen as Jeremy Lin prepares to play with Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers
Jeremy Lin's transfer from the Houston Rockets to the Los Angeles Lakers may prove to be underrated.
After Jeremy Lin was officially traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, he turned to Instagram on July 13 to express his feelings about the recent move.
Talks of Jeremy Lin being traded out have circulated and, finally, a deal seemed to have been made for the aspiring best sixth man of the NBA.
Lin said he was disturbed by the fact that the New York Knicks let him go after "Linsanity".
As Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks enters free agency, a lot of teams have been very interested, particularly the Houston Rockets. The small forward has the option to terminate his contract early and enter the free agent market on July 1.
Despite talks of being traded off by the Houston Rockets, Jeremy Lin is intent on becoming the best sixth man in the NBA. He particularly spoke about wanting to pattern his game similarly to Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs.
After the Houston Rockets lost to a shocking buzzer beater by Damian Lillard in Game 6 of the first round of the Western Conference semifinals, rumors started circulating again that the Rockets may be looking for better formula to reach the Finals the following year.
Jeremy Lin has been stepping up for the Houston Rockets as of late, but has still struggled with playing time and getting a fair share of shots. Has he earned a chance to prove he can do more in the second half of the NBA season?
While Kobe Bryant, Rajon Rondo and other popular, but injured or aging stars have been dominating the NBA All-Star Game fan voting, while under-recognized stars like Damian Lillard and others have been left without a chance of starting in the midseason classic. Should the NBA step in and change the fan voting rules to preserve its future?