Sunday, February 5th, 2012 at 9:00 am  |  79 responses

Post Up: Linsanity

Jeremy Lin leads the Knicks to victory and the Cavs down the defending champs.

by Peter Walsh / @goinginsquad

Super Bowl Sunday is upon us and I am counting down the minutes until the Giants hit the field. Before you get on with the festivities be sure to catch up on all the action that went down last night…GO GIANTS.

Clippers 107, Wizards 81

And just like that, the Lizards are back like they left something. In a game that was never close, the Clippers led wire to wire and embarrassed the Wizards on their home court. Blake Griffin did his thing as usual, finishing 2 assists shy of a triple-double with 21 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists. As a team, Los Angeles dominated in the paint. They outrebounded D.C. 53-32 and outscored the Wiz 56-32. This game got ugly in the second half as the Wizards scored just 4 points in the six minutes of the third quarter and eventually trailed by 36 points in an absolute rout. Five Clippers scored in double figures including Mo Williams who had 17 off the bench, DeAndre Jordan who had 18 and 11 and Caron Butler who finished with 14. It was just brought to my attention the other night that as fans, we have been robbed of close to 100 games of Blake Griffin. 100 games! Can you imagine how many incredible dunks he would have had in that span? That’s 100 games of potential dunks like these. Damn.

Sixers 98, Hawks 87

One night after being dismantled by the Heat, the Sixers came out and got a great overall team effort and defeated the Hawks in their first game away from home in over a week. Once again, it was the Night Shift that came through for Philly in a win. The Sixers bench combined for 44 points thanks to 14 apiece from Lou Williams and Thad Young and 15 from Nicola Vucevic. Most importantly, Spencer Hawes returned for Illadelph after missing 10 missing and played well scoring 14 points and grabbing 5 boards. After extending the lead to 20 in the third quarter, Philadelphia was able to keep the Hawks at bay for the rest of the game. The Hawks never got within 10 points despite 21 from Jeff Teague and Ivan Johnson’s first career double-double (14 and 13). The Hawks left 9 points at the stripe and were outscored 54-38 in the paint, two stats that really hurt them during their comeback effort.

Magic 85, Pacers 81

This was a hard fought, physical game between two Eastern Conference heavyweights. But, let’s hope that tonight’s game in Indy is way more crisp than last night’s. Indy and Orlando combined for 41 turnovers, 8 technical fouls and neither team shot higher than 40 percent from the field. Dwight Howard scored 27 points and hit 6 of his 9 free throws to lead the Magic in the victory. Jason Richardson chipped in with 17 and Ryan Anderson had 12 but other than that, the rest of the Magic were very underwhelming. For Indy, Tyler Hansbrough had a season high 17 points and grabbed 7 boards and my main man Paul George filled up the stat sheet with 13 points, 7 boards, 5 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks. The Pacers cut the lead to one with 7 and a half minutes left in the game but proceeded to miss 18 of their next 20 shots which ended any chances of winning. When teams are forced to play this many games in a short period of time, a poor offensive performance like this is expected every once in a while.

Knicks 99, Nets 92

It was pure Linsanity at Madison Square Garden last night as reserve point guard Jeremy Lin logged heavy minutes and led the Knicks to a much needed dub. Lin came off the bench and scored 25 points, dropped 7 dimes and grabbed 5 boards–all career bests. To channel Knicks commentator Walt Frazier, Lin was “slicing and dicing” and “swooping and hooping” through the Nets defense and had the Garden crowd inhysterics. With the game tied throughout most of the fourth quarter, Lin erupted. The Harvard grad scored 12 points and couldn’t be stopped by anyone on the Nets roster. It was really a fun moment for a team that has been struggling so much. The entire Knicks Bench was rooting for him and Melo couldn’t wipe the smile from his face throughout the final minutes of the game. Can the performance be duplicated? That remains to be seen. But, as we all know, D’Antoni doesn’t need a world-beater point guard to run his system–just look what he did to guys like Ray Felton and Chris Duhon…especially Chris Duhon. Lin has a high basketball IQ and knows how to run a pick and roll, two crucial elements to D’Antoni’s system. More than likely last night was a serendipitous event, but you never know especially the way this season has been going. #LINNING.

Pistons 89, Hornets 87

Greg Monroe was in full on beast mode last night and led the Pistons to a hard fought victory over the Hornets. Monroe had 24 points and tied his season high by snatching 16 boards to earn his seventh double-double in eight games. The Pistons outscored the Hornets 52-36 in the paint thanks to the frontcourt duo of Monroe and Jason Maxiell who had 10 points . Rookie Brandon Knight broke his nose in the first quarter but fellow rook Walker Russell Jr. filled in admirably scoring 9 points and dropping 4 dimes in 33 minutes of play. Trevor Ariza led all scorers with 26 points to go along with 7 boards and 4 assists. Jarrett Jack, who has quietly been having a nice year, sat out with a sore knee. In his absence, Greivis Vasquez got the start and scored 14 points, grabbed 6 boards and dished out 9 assists but also had 4 turnovers.

Cavaliers 91, Mavericks 88

Dirk recently said that he doesn’t fear any team out West. Well, maybe Dirk should worry about beating non-contending Eastern Conference teams before he worries about the rest of the West. Kyrie Irving capped off his 20 point, 7 assist performance by shaking Delonte West and hitting an incredible layup with 15.8 seconds left to put the Mavs away for good. The Cavs trailed by 8 at the half, but came out in the third and scored 13 straight points to ultimately take a 70-64 lead into the final quarter of play. Anderson Varejao had another impressive double-double with 17 points and 17 rebounds–dude has been going hard in the paint this season. Dirk Nowitzki led the Mavs with 24 points and 8 boards but couldn’t will his team to victory and the Mavs have now lost two straight to Eastern Conference teams. The Mavs committed 21 turnovers compared to the Cavs 9 and even though they hit close to 50 percent of their buckets, they shot themselves in the foot with so many turnovers.

Timberwolves 100, Rockets 91

Kevin Love had 25 points and 25 boards in the T’Wolves win, but the real story of the game was Love stepping on the face of Luis Scola. The two had exchanged in physical play all night and it looked like tempers boiled over in the second half as Love stomped on Scola heading up court after a rebound. The question now is how much time will Love miss? This could be a huge blow the Timberwolves who are now sitting at .500 and will miss their superstar who will no doubt miss some time due to suspension. Besides that unfortunate act, the game was highly entertaining and competitive. Houston cut it to three points twice in the fourth quarter, but Luke Ridnour hit a pair of huge 3-pointers to help put the Rockets away. Houston, who was playing their first of six games on the road, got 24 points apiece from Scola and Kyle Lowry, who also had 11 assists. For Minnesota, Ridnour finished with 22 points while Ricky Rubio had a double-double with 13 points and 11 dimes. Thanks to last night’s win, Minnesota is now .500 this late in the season for the first time since 2007.

Bulls 113, Bucks 90

Derrick Rose wasted no time in this one. The reigning MVP matched Milwaukee’s entire team output in the first quarter with 16 points as the Bulls jumped out to a 14 point lead and never looked back. By halftime the Bulls led 67-43 and the Bucks never got within 17 in the second half. Rose finished the game with 26 points, 13 boards, 7 assists and snatched Brandon Jennings’ soul straight from his body.  The Bulls hit 14 3-pointers, including 4 from Kyle Korver and 3 each from Luol Deng, DRose and C.J. Watson. Deng had 21 points and 9 boards and Korver had 18 points and 6 rebounds off the bench. For the Bucks, rookie Tobias Harris had a career-high 19 points and Drew Gooden continued his hot play with 24 points.

Spurs 107, Thunder 96

One night after coming from behind to defeat the Grizzlies, the Thunder dropped one in San Antonio proving just how hard it is to win in the Western Conference especially on a back to back. Tony Parker had himself a game last night. Not only did Parker become the Spurs all-time assist leader, he also shot 16-29 and scored a game high 42 points to lead the Spurs. San Antonio took a 10 point lead into halftime then proceeded to blow the game open in the second half and led by as many as 24. Six Thunder players scored in double digits including Kevin Durant who had 22, Westbrook who finished with 18 and James Harden who dropped 19. But, OKC couldn’t contain Parker who stole the show and led the charge against the NBA’s best team (record wise).

Jazz 96, Lakers 87

Earl Watson triggered a 14-0 fourth quarter Utah run scoring 8 points and dropping 6 dimes while nursing a sprained ankle. The Jazz were able to beat the Lakers inside as they outscored the Lakers 52-40 in the paint and outrebounded them 50-42. Al Jefferson led the Jazz with 18 points and 13 boards while frontcourt mate Paul Millsap chipped in with 16 points and 13 rebounds of his own. The Lakers frontcourt matched the physicality of Jeffeson and Millsap as Bynum and Gasol combined for 45 points and 28 rebounds but they had no answer or Earl Watson in the fourth. Watson was everywhere in the fourth. One trip down the court he was stealing the ball from Pau Gasol and dishing to Derrick Favors for the bucket. Then the next he threw an alley-oop to C.J. Watson and finally, he capped off a 14-0 run with a 3-pointer that sent the crowd into a frenzy. Kobe had 26 for the Lakers but L.A. continues to struggle on the road.

Suns 95, Bobcats 89

With Phoenix leading 75-74 with 9 minutes left, Robin Lopez caught fire and scored 9 straight points to put the Bobcats away. Michael Redd got the start in the place of the injured Jared Dudley and led the Suns with 17 points. It was great to see Redd out there playing significant minutes. He has had such a roller-coaster ride the last few years and it would be awesome to see him come out and give the Suns solid minutes this season. It’s hard not to root for him. Marcin Gortat had another double-double with 12 points and 12 boards and absolutely destroyed Tyrus Thomas. D.J. Augustin sat last night and Kemba Walker got the start and led all scorers with 22 points. Unfortunately, the injury decimated Bobcats lost their 11th straight game and now sit at 3-21. Oh well, at least next year’s draft class is loaded.

Kings 114, Warriors 106 OT

In a wildly entertaining game, the Kings were able to hold off the pesky Warriors for an overtime win at home. Defense didn’t seem to be that important to either of these teams as some big numbers were posted. Boogie Cousins turned in the first 20-20 game of his career and ‘Reke Evans got busy to the tune of 26 points and 9 assists. Marcus Thornton had 28 points (18 in the third quarter) in his second game back from injury and John Salmons and and Jason Thompson combined for 29 points. Dorrell Wright was unstoppable in the first half going for 19 points and hitting 3 three pointers while Klay Thompson chipped in with a career high 16 points off the bench. Sacramento led 87-76 heading into the fourth quarter but couldn’t keep the Warriors down. Golden State’s bench sparked a late rally and took a 99-97 lead thanks to Brandon Rush’s big dunk. Nate Rob, who has been a tremendous pickup for the Warriors, had 20 points off the bench and played great for them down the stretch. In overtime it was all Kings though as the Warriors couldn’t continue their hot shooting and only scored 4 points in the extra session.

Blazers 117, Nuggets 97

The Blazers front office must have been seriously regretting not offering Nicolas Batum a contract extension earlier this season. Batum scored a career-high 33 points and set a franchise record with 9 three pointers in only 25 minutes of play. The game was close in the third quarter as the Nuggets cut the lead to 2, but the Blazers went on a 26-10 run to break the game wide open and cruise to victory. LaMarcus Aldridge had another huge game with 29 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists and helped Portland improve to 11-1 at the Rose Garden. For Denver, Danilo Gallinari had 20 points and Ty Lawson dropped 16 points to go along with 5 assists but it wasn’t enough as Denver dropped their fourth straight.

Stat Line of the Night: How could I possibly give it to anyone but Jeremy Lin. 25 points, 7 assists, and 5 boards in 33 minutes–plus The Post Up’s Stat Line of the Night Award, something he will undoubtedly cherish forever.

Moment of the Night: Tony Parker becomes the Spurs All-Time assist leader.

Dunks of the Night: DeAndre Jordan catches the alley.

Marcin Gortat. Smash.

Tonight: Only two games on deck for today. Boston takes on Memphis and Toronto travels to Miami. Enjoy your Super Bowl Sunday everybody!

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  • http://www.twitter.com/hurstysyd Hursty

    Love has to miss games for that stomp on Scola. Surely.

  • Jono


  • vannshy

    Tony just made his push for the ASG last night

  • RunNGun

    LOL at LOVE. They should show the nut shot Scola did on Love last game. And @JONO… you’re damn right… #LINNING! Lin deserves this shot at PG.

  • http://Www.achtamsterdam.nl Phil

    Marcin Gortat is a good player…too bad he’s in phoenix. Also…Deandre Jordan, top five center in the NBA this year? Howard, Bynum, Marc Gasol….maybe Noah. I don’t consider Horford a center. I really like the way he influences games form a defensive standpoint and those dunks he throws down are deflating for the opposition. Thoughts?

  • Jer Dawg

    Love the stomp. Very Laettner-esque. Good for Jeremy Lin. That one special game in New York will be folklore. Only in New York: concrete jungle where dreams are made of. But still, Knicks suck and D’Antoni sucks.


    JUST LIN BABY! Can you believe it? Jeremy Lin outplayed Deron Williams, who’s arguably the best point guard in the NBA. What a really like about Lin, is he truly looks like a floor general who isn’t in awe of playing with alpha male superstars. He keeps his dribble alive and penetrates the defense in the paint to create better shots for the Knicks offense. No question, last night was a special for the Knicks and their fans at the Garden. For a moment, the Garden was Eden again. Yes, it was just one game, and it was the Nets, but Lin can play point, and the Knicks are coming together in the knick of time. As someone who is a true fan of the game and the Knicks, it’s a joy to watch.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWfbGGZE07M IAMORANGE4EVER

    I MUST SAY, IT WAS A GOOD DAY at the World’s Most Famous Arena for IAMORANGE4EVER…First the Orange win in a route in Fab Melo’s first game back, then Linsanity happens to the Knicks. Winning and grinning!

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid


  • Mike from Spain

    The stomp on Scola seems so out of character for Love, I am not excusing him but I wonder what went on before, Scola must have been up to some mischief too

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    I honestly don’t believe Jermey Lin outplayed Deron Williams Orange…… but whatever. lol smh Orange is doing the dougie in the comment section like the knicks are even above .500….

  • BuzzerBeater

    Jeremy Lin is a decent jumper away from being a starting PG.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-7HzhtJaCo0 IAMORANGE4EVER

    CLICK my name for the FULL COMPLETE HIGHLIGHTS of Jeremy Lin last night in case ya’ll didn’t see the game. And @datkid ROFL at your hate. I love it when the haters get so mad they become delusional. He probably didn’t even see the game. What a F-ing CLOWN like his mentor natural born douche. LOL

  • Jeremy

    Lin is pretty good.

  • http://bulls.com airs

    winning and LINNING!! good look, jeremy!

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    I’m not hating jacka$$. I’m just saying that the D. will has absolutely no help on the nets. and I’m delusional??? you guys beat the nets and your over here celebrating like you won a ring smmfh. Where were you when Boris Diaw dropped 30 and 10 on “your” team? oh………. You have to be the most annoying douchiest non-troll on here Orange.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Nick Tha Quick

    Does anyone else read Orange’s comments after a Knicks win and just go, wow! This is really pathetic. “The Knicks are coming together in the knick of time.” Just. Wow.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Lin needs to start immediately. This is a low risk, high reward sitution. He can actually run the pick and roll, has very good court vision, can penetrate the defense at will, and has a decent jumpshot. He also plays defense (held Deron Williams scoreless in the second quarter), which is important because D’Antoni isn’t teaching any young players how to do that.
    Anything to keep Carmelo Anthony from playing point-forward… My goodness.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Also, Love’s kick to the face was clearly intentional. The replays don’t show the entire action. First he rips Scola’s arm, sending him to the floor, and then he pauses before stomping on his face. I understand tempers are flaring, but that was some dirty sh!t.

  • burnt_chicken

    Lin, Redd, and Watson…i guess one neat thing about the shortened season is that bench players are getting leaned on quite a bit more. It’s nice getting to see what less heralded names are able to do with the increased minutes/pressure/responsibilities

  • burnt_chicken

    hahaha is datkid trolling ORANGE? not the most consistent chap, hey?

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Not sure what the fuss is about ORANGE’s comments. He likes the Knicks, he likes basketball… Everybody calm down, lol.


    Fellas, it’s all good. I love the Winning and Linning comment by airs! lol

  • vannshy

    just like what Nick said.

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    It’s a travesty that what love did (clearly intentional) isn’t getting more attention from the media because I know that if BGriff or some other player did the exact same thing, the media and fans would be calling for their heads on the guillotine. That was the dirtiest play an NBA player made since Bynum tried to Sean Taylor- Barea and even that wasn’t as malicious as Love’s attempt. I remember the public outcry after that play and the one from that defensive lineman from Detroit (forgot his name). All I’m calling for is fairness and a player’s looks and background shouldn’t play a role when it comes to public opinion and punishment handed out by leagues.

  • http://www.optimabbc.be Max

    If there would be someone out there doubting Klove’s stomp was unintentional, is a fool.

  • onions baby onions

    ^lol that last sentence could start quite the lil discussion up in here

  • Myung

    The Hawks proved what everyone else on here has been saying, but I have been denying… the Sixers > the Hawks. Sigh. Two straight losses at home. We’re slowly falling back into the pack. Come back soon, Al Horford! And… what a game by Lin. As an Asian American, I was so proud of what this kid did last night. I actually went to see him play in the Vegas summer league two summers ago (he actually suited up the Mavs team and played next to Roddy Beaubois before getting waived by them and getting picked up by GS a few weeks later), and I honestly didn’t know if he had what it took to make it in the League. I still don’t think he’ll ever be a star, but I think he deserves to be on a roster for a very long time. He’s got a high basketball IQ and can be a reserve PG for half the teams in the League. Thanks for linking to that video, Orange.

  • http://www.optimabbc.be Max

    That picture is epic btw

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    I like Lin.
    He’s smart, and I don’t just mean cause he graduated from Harvard, I mean he’s got a high basketball IQ.
    He deserves to be in the L no doubt.
    That being said, man, calm the hell down, everybody.
    John Lucas dropped 25, 8 and 8 earlier this year.
    So he should be a starter for some NBA team as well?
    Nah, everyone has a good game eventually.
    Lin isnt gonna solve any problems in NY.
    And Rose ethered the whole f*ck out of Jennings, had him spinning like a top, it was hilarious.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    ^ I completely disagree. We’ll see, but unlike John Lucas (if this is the same John Lucas I’m thinking of), Lin is actually taller than 6 feet and can play defense.

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    I’m not a troll burnt chicken……. also cosign nick the quick. and I hear you enigmatic but literally nobody else on that roster can play point guard. Lin has to start. Obviously he’s not going to do this every game. but they most likely won’t need him too.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Teddy, you’re saying Lin should start for an NBA team?
    I think he’s a solid back up, like Myung was saying, but not a starter at the NBA level.
    Then again it is the wack a** Knicks…


    Did my “boy” Rigo just compare Lucas to Lin? “Wow!” GTFOHWTS

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Did I compare their games?
    Just trying to say the sun shines on everyone eventually, even someone from your bum a** Knicks.


    “But but Lucas had 25 8 and 8 earlier this year.” rofl

  • http://espn.go.com/nba/recap/_/id/310203019/miami-heat-vs-orlando-magic Jukai

    Enigmatic: He may not be able to start for an NBA team… but he can start for the Knicks!!!
    I kind of agree with JTaylor here.. Not sure why the stomp isn’t getting more press.


    25-7-5 with 2 steals (35:52 off the bench) versus Deron Williams > 25-8-8 with 2 steals (45:38 starting) versus John Wall. Then take into consideration Lin is doing this in essentially his first game getting major minutes and leading his team to a much needed W. Lin actually played decent defense against D-Will. It’s just one game, but I’m very impressed with the Lin and I like the head he has on his shoulders. Very high basketball IQ.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com/ O

    As a Knick fan i’d love to see Lin start. I’ve been telling my homies for WEEKS that “the Asian kid on the Knicks is nice, but Antoni NEVER lets him play with Melo or Stat. He gets garbage minutes and shines. Wait till he plays with the starting 5.” Sure enough, he got his with Melo and Stat on the floor. It’s obvious that he’s the best option at PG until Davis is healthy enough to get on the dance floor. And for the record, I tell my homies “The Asian kid on the Knicks” cause if I say Jeremy Lin they won’t know who the hell i’m talkin about. Lin does need to stop taking 3′s though. He wasn’t even close to making one of them.

  • http://www.t-mac.com/tmac/index unf*ckwitable

    You know you’re struggling when Jeremy Lin is your saviour.


    If Lin can hold it down until B-Diddy is ready, and then be someone off the bench to run point…it just makes us a stronger team.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com/ O

    You ain’t lie, unf*ckwitable…

  • http://www.slamonline.com Slick Ric

    I Wholeheartedly agree with jtaylor, pains me to say that and him getting hit in his nuts with ball is no excuse; plenty of players get hit like that and don’t even retaliate, let alone stomp on someones face. Iamorange4ever is pathetic, all of a sudden d-will is arguably the best pg in the game, smh. keep reaching buddy, but Lin did have a nice game and its been obvious since summer league a couple years ago that he has talent.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Baron Davis ain’t gonna help, either.
    ORANGE, you’re the most laughable commenter on here.
    Goin on about the Knicks like they’re contenders when you wouldn’t have even showe up if they had lost…again.
    And if you don’t get what I’m tryin to say bringing up John Lucas you’re even dumber than I thought.

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/tray24 T-Ray

    Jeremy had a good game but no need to get a stiffy about it. The Knicks are still terrible but I think he’s steady enough to somewhat right the ship. Getting pretty pissed at my Lakers losing the way they did. They were hanging tight until the fourth quarter and just collapsed. Kobe was off quite a few times and on three straight possessions called for it in the post and took some questionable shots. This team needs a makeover quickly.

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    cosign enig. btw where is everybody?

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    IDK, there’s this thing on today called the “soup or bowl” or something like that?

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    lmaoooo fair enough.. you know Jennings was really looking forward to the last matchup with the bulls… he really went at them. this time? not so much. jeez.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com/ O

    LOLOL @ Enig’s last comment…

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    It’s the “sooper bowl”. And it’s just me running around in a giant salad bowl.

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    NBK FTW!

  • riggs

    eh lin was good in college, rondo was a nobody hoops head wise til he played with the real big 3. Why cant lin get the same appreciation? jeez.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Rondo was a nobody to people who don’t know what’s up.
    I knew he was a beast at Oak Hill and pretty damn good at Kentucky.
    You don’t play at those two schools if you’re a nobody.

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    I knew who Rondo was. And I never know about nobodies, cuz I barely pay attention to everyone below the nba level.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Soop you knew who Rondo was because he was a Sun for like, 3 minutes.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    You knew who Rondo was because he was on the Suns for like 3 minutes.

  • ripslam

    I’m sorry, but putting your team’s hopes on Jeremy Lin and a washed-up Baron Davis is not a good look. JL had a great game last night, but he is not a starting-caliber NBA point guard. Let’s wait til the next game and pass judgement.

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk


  • add

    always wonderd if lin would ever be productive in the nba, guess so

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    EAZY ELI!!!

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com/ O

    ELIte Manning? Hall of Fame bound…

  • Dre Baller

    it was awesome to watch Lin get his. although i think there was a little element of surprise as he wasn’t expected to play big minutes so i’m sure there wasn’t much scouting report on him given to the nets players. i sure hope that was not the case and he continues to get big minutes and keeps producing


    @RIGO…That’s a lot of BS nonsense coming out your mouth, but it doesn’t surprise me, because you’re a sensitive lil female dog in heat. I’ve known that about you since last season…”fluke.” LOL! Back to the topic of Jeremy Lin… The truth is, when you take everything into consideration, what Lin did Saturday night was unfreakingbelievable special. Lucas’ game wasn’t even in the same universe of special. If you can’t understand why, then you’re a BIG DUMMY who has a LOWER IQ than the ISH Jeremy Lin FLUSHES DOWN THE TOILET. *LINNING*

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk



    ^ Awwwww

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    ORANGE, me sensitive?
    Re-read what you wrote, dawg, you MAD sensitive this season.
    I understand.
    The Knicks are looking up to the Cavs in the standings.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    Lucas was 2 assists and 2 rebounds away from a triple double, BTW.
    Doesn’t matter.
    Lucas sucks a**, that’s not the point.
    Point was Lucas ain’t sh*t and neither is Lin.
    Or your whole squad for that matter.

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    One more thing- the funniest part of it all is that if Lucas had had that game while wearing a Knicks uni, you’d be calling for him to be in the all-star game, just like you were saying Felton was the second best point guard in the East behind Rondo before he got traded.
    Man, I have friends that are Knicks fans.
    And you and other Knick fans like you must embarrass the whole f*ck out of them, homie. Real talk.


    Rigo, from my experience with you, not only have you demonstrated that you are a sensitive lil cat who takes things too serious (just like some of your twitter boyz in the e hood) but you’ve proven to be dishonest as well. Example: you trying to allude I’m some frontrunner type fan. WRONG! I’ve been up in here right after Knicks wins and losses during the regular season. I was here right after the C’s swept the Knicks last year in the real season. As for Lin, we shall see if this past Saturday night at the Garden was a “fluke,” because he’s definitely going to start getting minutes now. Does that mean I expect him to average 25-7-5 every night. Nope. I just want to see good point guard play that leads to more winning and grinning for my Knicks!

  • http://nyill.wordpress.com Enigmatic

    I never said what Lin did was a fluke.
    And you came back after the Knicks lost to the Celtics to proclaim your name was temporarily being changed to IAMGREEN4EVER.
    I used to take things too serious here.
    I’m chillin now tho. It’s all fun to me.
    Bulls playing Nets today.
    If DWill lights Rose up and the Bulls lose I’ll give your boy Lin his props.

  • shutup

    natural born douche lmfaooooooo, and its not a suprise to see datkid with those nutz in his mouth. and k-love is a b!tch made f@@got for that sh!t. as for Lin I thought the caption on the pic was gonna be kameah meah!!!!!!!!!!! or hadooken.

  • shutup

    watchin the patriots have to walk off as losers and seeing Diaz stifled along with the 2 G’s I made bettin on the giants and that sweet ass hooker I just got done bangin, overall this weekend was full of good times, anyone that rooted for the patriots I hope you die slow

  • AD

    Jeremy lin ran off screens its not like he scored on him one on one everytime

  • http://redoftoothandclaw.ca/ niQ

    Jeremy Lin for the win! One game or not, was great to see him get his!

  • http://Slamonline.com Datkid

    Shut up your f*gottry intensifies every day. Does arguing on the Internet make you feel like less of a failure?

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    smh, prolly just ignore dude. He’s clearly slow, he’ll be a member of Orange and Bull22′s army of geniuses soon enough.

  • http://redoftoothandclaw.ca/ niQ

    Looks like Lin could start for their next game!

  • shutup

    @ datkid fa-gg-otry should have 2g’s like me on bettin on the GIants, b!tch @$$ n!GG@

  • Peter Walsh

    And the comment of the year goes to “shutup”