Thursday, March 15, 2018

The Story of Jeremy Lin's Coaches

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Sloan Podcast and Jeremy Lin Saga Part 4

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

God's Perfect Plan for Jeremy Lin

Amazing post from Jeremy below! Honestly, I've been really bummed since his injury and just had no desire to post or follow the Nets without JLin playing. Having had time to sit back and reflect, JLin's belief that this could be the best thing for him in the long term, mirrors my own feelings. It always seemed that his physical foundation was not the best. From his posture, to his nagging injuries, something was not quite right. Now, with him rebuilding from the ground up, not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well, I truly expect to see the best Jeremy ever. And that is an extremely exciting thought. Can't wait!

#NeverDone - 2017 was a tough year with the most devastating setback of my life. Since surgery, I refused to rewatch the injury. I’ve seen my fans support me in the past but with this injury, you guys all collaborated to make gifts. Some of which included hundreds or thousands of fans pitching into one gift, and you kept using #NeverDone which is now my 2018 mindset. This injury hurts in the short-term but I truly believe it’ll help my career in the long run. Im rebuilding myself mentally, physically and spiritually. Im finding ways to be better than before, leaving no stone unturned. Its about to be an epic comeback! So as you guys approach the new year, take every last setback to fuel going forward. Adversity forces us to reevaluate, adapt, improve. It forces us to ask the tough questions, to go the extra mile and push our limits. Comfort is the enemy of progress. Dont run from adversity, beast it! And lets not forget God always has a sovereign, perfect plan! Happy New Year!! #lovemyfans #grownmencrytoo (🎥: @houseofhighlights)
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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving!

I’m thankful that we can look forward to seeing JLin play again. Praying for a full recovery where Jeremy can come back next season close to if not better than his old self.

Friday, October 20, 2017


Great article on the amount of respect Coach Atkinson has for Jeremy as a leader.

Credit to Coach Atkinson for being focused on building a community for the Nets.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Pray for Jeremy 🙏

If you haven’t heard yet, the news is devastating. JLin is out for the season with a ruptured patellar tendon. Please pray for Jeremy, and for a full recovery. I’m numb right now as this doesn’t seem real.

Some hope. Not hoops but at least he made a full recovery after having same injury at same age:
DT/NT Joe Klecko, 1982, age 29, Jets
Torn patellar tendon in left knee in September, out for season
Next season: 16 games. Played successfully until age 35 reaching 3 more Pro Bowls and 1 first-team all-pro selection.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Season Predictions

First, I want to correct a few misconceptions. The Nets are not really that young of a team. They have the the 12th youngest roster in the NBA and their starting lineup, with 31 yr old Carroll, 31 yr old Mosgov, and 29 yr old JLin is actually a pretty experienced starting 5. In other words, this is not a team that will be sacrificing wins for development of younger players.

If JLin didn't get hurt last season, they win close to 30 games. This year they have a huge talent upgrade that is obvious when you see Whitehead inactive and SK not even getting PT in the preseason. This team is at least 15 games better than last year with the talent upgrade as well as the weakened East.

This team reminds me a lot of the 2015 Hornets which I predicted would be a playoff team when no one else did. Lots of versatility but actually more depth and better shooters than that Hornets team.

My Nets win prediction:

45 Wins 5th/6th place in the East

There is no doubt in my mind that JLin is the leader of this team. DLo has a lot of talent and can look great at times, but he is still only 21 years old with a tendency to have the ball stick and with questionable shot selection. The one great thing I heard from Kenny is that he needs the team to not just play hard but to play smart. This tells me that he will reign in DLo and with the depth of this team, don't be surprised to see him benched when he is forcing shots. JLin fits much better with Crabbe or Levert at the 2 anyway.

With that being said, the 3 most important players on this team are JLin, Carroll, and rookie Allen. Carroll will be the grit leader with a 3 and D type game. They key is Allen who needs lots of early season minutes for development. With his length and athleticism, he should become a top flight rim protector who is also a strong finisher on the pick and roll. We all know what JLin can do when given the keys. There is no doubt in my mind that he will be given the keys as the season progresses and at end of game situations. No choice if you're trying to win.

JLin Stats prediction:

18 pts and 6.5 asts in 31 minutes per game