One word for Jeremy from this game: Progress. It was amazing to see Jeremy going ISO at the top of the key against Kevin Martin with Monta on the wing. With Martin playing off JLin, Jeremy dropped in a top of the key jumper. JLin also got to the basket again for 3 layups. JLin actually played most of his minutes with Monta. Defensively, although he didn't have a steal, he took a charge and his tight defensive caused starting point guard Kyle Lowry to push off, causing another offensive foul. Too bad this wasn't on ESPN2 instead of the Memphis game.
Game # 16 @ Memphis 11/26/10
During the game, it looked like JLin was a step slow. Not playing in the first half didn't help. Maybe it was Thanksgiving dinner at Monta's. However, after rewatching the game, it wasn't as bad as I originally thought. First, two of his shots which were blocked, could have been called fouls. The first one was a blatant foul on the arm and head by Marc Gasol that even Hubie Brown complained about. The second one was after JLin blew by 1st round draft pick Greivis Vasquez, Rudy Gay looked to have blocked his shot. However, watching in slow mo, it actually looks like Gay hit Jeremy in the head. Also, in an earlier sequence, it looked as if Jeremy was slow to grab a loose ball that Vasquez got to. Once again, watching in slow mo, you see Zach Randolph actually tapped it to Vasquez. Jeremy also had a nice block on Tony Allen and had a steal off of the 28th pick, Vasquez.
Game # 17 @ Minnesota 11/27/10
"DNP CD" for JLin
David Lee returns after the Warriors were 1-7 without him. Obviously, he was sorely missed.