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Knicks Medical Staff: “Baron, we’ve got some tough news. Jeremy has a torn meniscus & will be out at least 6 weeks.”

Baron Davis: “OH, THE LIN-SANITYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!”

Knicks Medical Staff: “Baron, we’ve got some tough news. Jeremy has a torn meniscus & will be out at least 6 weeks.”

Baron Davis: “OH, THE LIN-SANITYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!”

This [midway through the third quarter] is when you have to prove that everything you’ve done up to this point is legit, [prove] what you’re made of.

Jared Jeffries told Jeremy Lin. … Lin shook off a shaky three quarters in Philadelphia to bounce back with 16 points in the fourth, helping the Knicks earn a hard-fought 82-79 win. - ESPN (via sportsnetny)

Another day, another great Jared Jefferies quote.

Best Jeremy Lin t-shirt so far (by Andrew Kuo)

Best Jeremy Lin t-shirt so far (by Andrew Kuo)

(Source: unchangingwindow.com)

somuchfunithurts:

Landry Fields brings the Knicks smiles with his take on Bruno Mars

Landry Fields: Chemist, Secret, master of Amare Stoudemire impressions.

Two things: 1.) I’m convinced Landry Fields is actually Drake and 2.) Do the Knicks always coordinate their outfits like they’re in a Ciroc ad? They look like the nerdy version of A$AP Mob

An Alternate Opinion on the MVP Race.

Yes, LeBron James is in the midst of a great season and the Heat are doing incredibly well. This shouldn’t shock any one since LeBron James is one of the greatest players in the history of the Association and he plays along with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in a weak conference (If the playoffs were to start today in the Eastern Conference, two teams with below 500 records would make the cut). All of this is expected of LeBron James. There are two things you should always be able to count on: water being wet and LeBron James having a great night. Perhaps, I have a narrow, an extremely narrow perspective on James’ game, but it just felt like what he did with the Cavaliers was more impressive than the Heat. I can’t explain it, but James seems more impressive when he has to lean on the likes of Anderson Varejao and Boobie Gibson in the clutch than Dwyane Wayne and Shane Battier. 

When I think of an MVP, I think of a player that not only contributes in terms of stats but also affects the culture of the team. Look at what Tony Parker is doing with the Spurs this season. There’s Chris Paul and his complete overhaul of the Clippers. There’s Kevin Durant and Derrick Rose and Dirk Nowitzk and Lou Williams. If you want to drink the kool aid, you could even throw Jeremy Lin and Ricky Rubio’s names into the MVP race as well. 

Look, it’s entirely too early to declare who’s the MVP of this truncated season, but it’s not a one player competition. There’s still a lot of games left. 

From @AndrewPerloff:

Interesting Jeremy Lin-Jason Kidd illustration from a newspaper my friend sent me from Taiwan. Slight editorializing?

Original Tweet

From @AndrewPerloff:

Interesting Jeremy Lin-Jason Kidd illustration from a newspaper my friend sent me from Taiwan. Slight editorializing?

Original Tweet

Boom Tho store has stepped their game up. Got to get me one of those Daily Show inspired Jeremy Lin shirts. 

therodbenson:

50% off sale now thru Tuesday at midnight!

Just enter the promo code “superrandom” at checkout and take half off of EVERYTHING except the puzzling beanie! 

Also, be prepared, because our spring drop is happening in 8 days! See below for a tiny preview of what’s to come. 

CLICK HERE TO GO TO BOOMTHOSHOP.COM AND GET FITTED!

Landry Fields & Jeremy Lin’s pregame ritual. 

And now you know.

Via: The Daily
(h/t @jeskeets, aka “Cuban Pete”)

Landry Fields & Jeremy Lin’s pregame ritual.

And now you know.

Via: The Daily
(h/t @jeskeets, aka “Cuban Pete”)

People that had jobs at ESPN today, won’t have jobs tomorrow. Or so I hope. 
This is both disgusting and disturbing. No real words can describe how low of a person it takes to write that headline.  
@Suga_Shane
via @mdotbrown
EDIT: Everyone contact ESPN and demand that whoever wrote this and every single person that laid eyes on it and said nothing about it be reprimanded. 
http://espn.go.com/espn/contact

People that had jobs at ESPN today, won’t have jobs tomorrow. Or so I hope. 

This is both disgusting and disturbing. No real words can describe how low of a person it takes to write that headline.  

@Suga_Shane

via @mdotbrown

EDIT: Everyone contact ESPN and demand that whoever wrote this and every single person that laid eyes on it and said nothing about it be reprimanded. 

http://espn.go.com/espn/contact

It’s just after 7:30 on the East coast & the Lin-ching hour will soon…oops, okay, I think we’ve finally found the one pun using Jeremy Lin’s name that is not even remotely appropriate. Leave it to me. Anyway, Knicks vs. Hornets at MSG in less than a half-hour & if you aren’t headed to the Mecca to experience all that is Lin-sanity, I think I’ve found you the next best thing. Friend of the blog, Got ‘Em Coach, has put together a short documentary that provides you a taste —kind of salty— for what it’s like at 8th & 33rd on a game night, now that the Knicks are relevant once again. Just what until J.R. Smith hits town. That’s when things will get really crazy, TRUST! Enjoy your Jeremy Lin tonight:

gotemcoach:

MUST WATCHLinsanity Defined

A short documentary on #LINSANITY.

After the New York Knicks beat the Los Angeles Lakers in the fifth game of the current Jeremy Lin-fueled Knicks’ winning streak, I left Madison Square Garden to a response I had never seen before.  I began wondering what it must have been like when the Knicks routinely sold out MSG and went deep into the Playoffs.

As Lin added to his lore in Minnesota, and then Toronto, it became clear this story, this Jeremy Lin Event, was one sports fans might want to keep. 

Above all else, I wanted to remember the feeling.

Filmed on February 15, 2012, at the Sacramento Kings vs. New York Knicks game. Jeremy Lin finished with 10 points on 4-6 shooting, 5 rebounds and a career-high 13 assists, as the Knicks won 100-85.

I hope you enjoy.

@gotem_coach

[Rated R: For language, but c’mon, it’s New York]

Who’s house? Lin’s house. LIN-NYC tees are now up on our store!
BUY THEM HERE

Who’s house? Lin’s house. LIN-NYC tees are now up on our store!

BUY THEM HERE

timemagazine:

This week’s international edition features a Jeremy Lin cover that’s special to certain parts of Asia, while the rest of Asia, the South Pacific, Europe and Africa will see Kim Jong Un on the cover. 
Inside both editions is a great piece on the lost Libyan revolution, more news from Syria, the cover story on Kim Jong Un and our feature on Jeremy Lin, which is also inside this week’s U.S. edition. 

Obligatory.

timemagazine:

This week’s international edition features a Jeremy Lin cover that’s special to certain parts of Asia, while the rest of Asia, the South Pacific, Europe and Africa will see Kim Jong Un on the cover. 

Inside both editions is a great piece on the lost Libyan revolution, more news from Syria, the cover story on Kim Jong Un and our feature on Jeremy Lin, which is also inside this week’s U.S. edition. 

Obligatory.

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