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Jeremy Shu-How Lin was born on this day, August 23, 1998. Why is that a big deal, well, even though nobody would call him an all-time great, or even an all-star, Lin is a rarity
The Jeremy Lin phenomenon, if we can still call it that, was primarily due to the historical precedent he set by being the first American-born person of Taiwanese descent to compete in the National Basketball Association.
The first Jeremy L
"Linsanity" wasn't just pandemonium for basketball narratives, it also placed the value of Jeremy Lin at a much higher clip than what was reasonable. The Rockets forced the Knicks' hand by offering Lin a three-year, $25 million co
Before James Harden became the face of the Houston Rockets’ franchise just days leading up to the season opener, Jeremy Lin was supposed to be the main act at the Toyota Center.
With good reason, the idea of Jeremy Lin carryi
Late in February, after a New York loss in Miami, then coach Mike D'Antoni said, "It's hard to be Peter Pan every day."
That was the night when Jeremy Lin, the boy that could fly, fell back to earth. And he fell hard. H
When you think of two guys in two major pro sports who came out of nowhere to captivate the most finicky New York fans and live as sports gods in the largest market on the planet, as Luther Vandross would say on Valentine's Day, even if Only for on
With Harvard's 74-66 victory over Boston College last night, head coach Tommy Amaker notched his 179th win. He is now the all-time winningest coach in school history.
After beginning the season with a 1-3 record, Harvard is starting to round
How about dem Charlotte Hornets? No, seriously, how bout em? The Charlotte Hornets have been making steady, incrementally slow progress over the past five years or so since Michael Jordan became team owner. But for every playoff berth and s