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Lin scored 21 points as Houston beat the Knicks 109-106 in his return to Madison Square Garden. It’s all been too much for some ESPN employees to deal with.
Jeremy Lin had 31 points on 10-for-17 shooting to lead the Rockets to a double-overtime win over the Raptors, and witnesses report a large Linsanity Twitter leak coming out of Houston.
No one can deny that James Harden is one of the best players in the league right now — not even James Harden. But perhaps all the attention is getting to Harden’s head a bit — he appears to be clashing with his own teammates on the best way to run the offense, i.e. through James Harden, and it’s way too early in the season for that kind of drama.
What a difference a year makes. The Rockets signed Jeremy Lin to a three year, $25 million contract last offseason in the wake of Linsanity, and now Lin isn’t even the team’s starting point guard.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today: We’ll explain why the Houston Rockets are just another stop on the Dwight Howard circus tour. And that there’s no hope for the future.
Houston Rockets guard vs. non-athletic mayor wearing slacks and a dress shirt. How many shots will it take Lin to score?
Remember this guy? There’s a movie about him now, and it looks good.
California has, like, 30 million people. So if you win the “High School POY” award, it means something. Apparently not if you’re Asian. Even Lin’s hometown University, Stanford, didn’t give him a look after a 32-1 championship winning season where he averaged 15.1 points, 7.1 assists, 6.2 rebounds and 5.0 steals. That’s like painting a Rembrant and not getting in to a 4-year art school. In this sneak preview look at this Sunday’s 60 minutes, the Houston Rocket’s point guard sits down and discusses his whirlwind tour to stardom, and the racial obstacles he’s had to overcome.