Jeremy Lin is starting over in Houston. He will have to explain why he said he would have rather stayed in New York.
Craig began today’s radio program on a somewhat somber note, if you’re a Mets’ fan anyway.
Let’s face it: keeping Jeremy Lin was an on-court and financial gamble the Knicks couldn’t risk taking.
Lin became a Houston Rocket on Tuesday night when the Knicks refused to match a three-year deal worth about $25 million, ending a brief but amazing run as New York’s point guard.
Linsanity in New York is, well, gone with the Lin. Did the Knicks make the right move or will regret eventually rear its ugly head?
Jeremy Lin could be a starting point guard in this league for a decade. He could make All-Star teams. And the Knicks just gave him up for nothing.
After discussing how durable former Knicks and new Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin will be moving forward with Boomer, Craig compared the phenomenon to the sexually transmitted infection known as gonorrhea,
Despite their best efforts, the Mets were dealt a deflating loss last night in Washington, falling to the Nationals 5-4 in 10 innings.
The Rockets will now get a second chance to capitalize on the point guard. Except this time, the unknown player Houston waived before last season will come at a high cost.
Ever hear of the stretch provision? It might just save Jeremy Lin’s career in New York.
No way the New York Knicks were letting Lin get away back then, when he was the biggest thing in basketball.
Things are different now.
Well, Linsanity was fun while it lasted.
Some Knicks fans aren’t ready for the end of Linsanity.
With one move this weekend, the New York Knicks took a step toward the modern NBA game and at the same time alienated a large segment of their fan base who yearn for old-school basketball.
New York Daily News Knicks reporter Frank Isola joined the program.