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Jeremy Lin shoots the ball over the backboard from eight feet away.

R.I.P. Linsanity (February 4, 2012 - April 20, 2014)

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Jeremy Lin of the Houston Rockets speaks with Wataru Misaka, the first NBA player of Asian descent, before his game against the Utah Jazz at Energy Solutions Arena on January 28, 2013 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
(Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images)

In other Jeremy Lin and Utah news: The documentary Linsanity premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last weekend, followed by a Q&A with Jeremy himself. The film is still currently looking to raise distribution money through their Kickstarter, which ends Feb 15th. 
I suppose it would be unlike Jeremy to fund his own movie about himself that he didn’t want to be made in the first place, but I mean what’s $30k to the $5mil he’ll be making this year? 

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Jeremy Lin of the Houston Rockets speaks with Wataru Misaka, the first NBA player of Asian descent, before his game against the Utah Jazz at Energy Solutions Arena on January 28, 2013 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

(Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images)

In other Jeremy Lin and Utah news: The documentary Linsanity premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last weekend, followed by a Q&A with Jeremy himself. The film is still currently looking to raise distribution money through their Kickstarter, which ends Feb 15th. 

I suppose it would be unlike Jeremy to fund his own movie about himself that he didn’t want to be made in the first place, but I mean what’s $30k to the $5mil he’ll be making this year? 

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]

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.

Lin vs Kobe.

Lin vs Kobe.

Jeremy Lin, Flawless victory.

Jeremy Lin, Flawless victory. 

                  

via doubleclutch

There it is.

There it is.

(Source: pushthemovement)

In Case You Missed It…
Jeremy Lin is currently on the cover of Sports Illustrated. 

In Case You Missed It…

Jeremy Lin is currently on the cover of Sports Illustrated. 

Comedian Hasan Minhaj discusses the Jeremy Lin phenomenon, racist Photoshop projects, and why South Asians are also jumping on the Linsanity bandwagon.

"You cannot have a neck tattoo and get dunked on by a guy who took Calculus BC!" 

Hasan grew up a Kings fan, and this may be the most successful basketball-related effort to come out of Sacramento in roughly a decade.

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