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Jeremy Lin Meets and Beats the Knicks

The most watched player by Asian Americans is still Jeremy Lin. The season is long and sometimes we forget about the guy, yet he’s trucking along and played well against his old team. He was a hero last year, this year, he’s quickly becoming status quo which is a great. Why not an Asian American playing well in the NBA? 22pts 8 assists. [youtube]fP387y4P1MY[/youtube] Youtubelink

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Good Luck Knicks

Lin article in GQ that sort of explains a side of the story. Carmelo Anthony keeps digging himself deeper. Also it’s great the author of the article points out, “Apparently, to Melo, Jeremy Lin is not in the fraternity. Or at least, Lin’s place in it is dubious enough that he has not earned the omerta that every other player gets. Anybody wanna try to convince me it has zero to do with Lin being Asian-American?” (GQ - Lin) As many Asian Americans are going to say, “Good luck Knicks”. There’s no championship coming soon. It’s as if the Knicks are going through the motions to try and be a contender, but they’re just not and hate to say, never were, even with Lin....

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Knicks Set to Let Lin Go

NY Knicks think they’re onto something without Lin… Houston Rockets will end up with Lin if this plays out. Jason Kidd and Lin would have been a great tandem. Either way Lin has to be thankful for the Knicks and has to hope he’ll fit in another system. There’s some backstory. “So it was up to Lin to set his own market value, by getting an outside offer. He initially agreed with Houston on a three-year, $19.5 million deal, including a $9.3 million balloon payment in the third year. That deal was agreed to in principle but never signed. When it became apparent that the Knicks would match, the Rockets increased the third-year salary to $14.9 million, close to the...

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