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"Lin-sanity"

Original post made by Bob on Feb 10, 2012

"Lin-Sanity" is the new coined word for the Jeremy Lin (Paly High grad) basketball phenomena in the last few NBA games. when he came off the bench and has been scoring 20-25 points per game for the NY Knicks. Jeremy was traded to the NY Knicks - and evidently doesn't even have a contract- been sleeping in his brother's apartment or on the floor at a friend's place. But he is now the sensation in NYC and ticket prices for tonight's game against the Lakers shot up to $284 per seat. Endorsements lining up too. Tonight's game is at 5:00 pm PST on ESPN. Also Google "Jeremy Lin".

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Posted by John, a resident of Midtown
on Feb 10, 2012 at 8:52 pm

38 tonight for Lin. His team beat the Lakers. Amazing story!


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