Testing how much his surgically repaired left knee could handle this soon might be considered, well, Linsane.
Move over, Kobe and LeBron: Only Derrick Rose could top Linsanity when it came to jersey sales over the past year.
The Knicks reportedly knew the extent of Jeremy Lin’s injury early last week. So why wait to disclose it? Playoff ticket sales, perhaps?
Knicks say Jeremy Lin is having left knee surgery and will miss six weeks, likely ending his amazing breakthrough season.
Tim Tebow’s evangelical personality and playing style have New Yorkers divided on Tebowmania. But this isn’t the first time in recent memory that a polarizing sports star has come to town and inhabited the back pages.
In the last two months Linsanity has come and gone. Now Tebow Time is upon us. There was a time when Joba was as big as any of them.
After exhausting the Tim Tebow talk for over three hours, the guys took a little break when Boomer declared that ‘Linsanity’ is for real.
New York football players took to Twitter on Wednesday to offer their thoughts on the addition of Tim Tebow, and the sentiments ranged from exuberance to uncertainty to criticism.
With one coach out the door, the Knicks know the pressure and attention shifts to them. How long will this uptick in effort and intensity last? Can it be permanent?
New York Knicks star Jeremy Lin has signed a two-year contract with automaker Volvo to promote the company’s cars around the world — especially in Asia.
Because of Mike D’Antoni’s exit, the official end of Linsanity could be just around the corner.
The lead story in New York today is the one plastered all over the back pages of the newspapers…
James Dolan is an easy target. He has more negatives I can pile on but I don’t want to bore you. All that being said, he is far from an impossible obstacle to overcome for the Knicks to win a title.
Now that Mike D’Antoni is out, this is Carmelo Anthony’s big chance to have it his way, to lead the team on his terms, to shine. That is what is expected of him now. Anthony got exactly what he wanted!
Knicks fans may one day look back and mark March 14, 2012, as the official end of Linsanity. Mike D’Antoni’s run-and-gun version of it, at least.