Jeremy Lin's breakout season with the Knicks is coming to a sad close. The point guard has a "small, chronic meniscal tear" in his left knee, left leg in last Saturday's game against Cleveland and will be out for about six weeks. "I had an MRI after the Detroit game on Monday and it showed I had a lateral meniscus tear, so our goal was to give it about five to seven days to see how it would react and to see if I could play on it for the rest of the season," said Lin (via NJ.com). "Today was...Read Full Story
Whether you are a sports fan or not, by now you've heard the name Jeremy Lin. The New York Knicks point guard has become an international phenomenon after bursting onto the NBA scene three weeks ago. A true underdog story, "Lin-Sanity" is practically a movement, and eve the non-sports world is looking to capitalize.To honor basketball's rising star, ice cream mavens Ben & Jerry introduced a specialty flavor called Taste the Lin-Sanity that was sold exclusively at the company's Harvard Square...Read Full Story
Jeremy Lin is the current toast of New York, despite the fact that the Giants just won the Super Bowl. But who exactly is this guy? And where did he come from so suddenly?Not only did Lin receive no athletic scholarships out of high school, but he went undrafted out of college. This was probably because he didn't attend a Duke or a Kansas. Rather, he attended Harvard of all places.On February 4, 2012, Lin made headlines when he played his first game in a NY Knicks uniform. He wound up putting...Read Full Story
The Giants may have just won the Super Bowl, but Jeremy Lin is the current toast of New York. The Harvard graduate and breakout Knicks star already has fans chanting "MVP" at Madison Square Garden. And here's 5 reasons why you should believe in him too. But first, a brief bio on the wonderkid. Not only did he receive no athletic scholarships out of high school, but he went undrafted out of college. This was probably because he didn't attend a Duke or a Kansas. No, he went to Harvard. After a...Read Full Story
Jeremy Lin is a basketball player for the Harvard Crimson. He is a guard, standing 6'-3" and weighing 200 pounds. His number is 4. His hometown is Palo Alto, CA. Find more Jeremy Lin news, pictures, and information here.