Jeremy Lin with the Knicks and reporters (Photo : Creative Commons / Jeremy Lin)
The not-so-common but grandiose spectacle Jeremy Lin has been displaying so far, a fever/movement known as 'Linsanity', shows no sign of slowing down, especially after the Taiwanese-American Harvard grad hit the game winner against the Raptors on Tuesday night.
Jeremy Lin had a double-double (27 points with 11 assists) and hit a three-pointer with 0.5 seconds to which the Raptors failed to respond. The Knicks edged the Raptors 90-87 in Toronto. Amar'e Stoudemire scored 21 points, Tyson Chandler added 13. Carmelo Anthony did not play.
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The Knicks are on a 6-0 run with Jeremy Lin as point guard. Lin has averaged more than 20 points in his first six games and is the first player of an Asian-American background to play in the NBA.
The Knicks' next game is up against the Sacramento Kings on February 15, at Madison Square Garden.