Udoh Lin block, just like Houston game.
find a link for the game: http://zebraz-prod.blogspot.com/2011/03/fidzebraz727-vwidth480-vheight340.html
he really hit that 3 LOL
J Lin ends the game with a monster 3!
lol nice three, i liked seeing lin try to hold back that grin
This was a great way to end the season for Jeremy. He didn't play that many games so the stats from this game really help his totals look much better... shooting .359 to .406 just looks so much better and his FT is over 80% now. Hopefully after a good summer workout he'll be able to take his game to the next level.
can someone post a video of tonights showcase?
Thanks for all the JLin update, I enjoyed this site a lot. Here's a story about the first Chinese who played in the NHL 60 years ago, a little off topic, but since we're sometimes on the topic about Asian athletes, I thought I post it.http://tomhawthorn.blogspot.com/2008/01/larry-kwong-beat-long-odds.html
where's aman2k when we need him! I'd love to see tonight and last game's highlights...........
Looking forward to youtube highlights for the last 2 games. Thanks in advance!Sling, I think your numbers are a little off. I got 39% fg, 76% ft, and 20% 3pt, 2.3 A/TO for the season. The 2.3 A/TO is the highest on the entire team!Way to go Jeremy, making the most of the opportunity to finish the season on a strong note. We know you'll be even more improved next year with all the hard work that you'll be doing in the offseason.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6j98tUtZBw8all we got for now haha. prolly biggest smile ive seen on his face since coming back
Here is Jeremy Lin's 2010-2011 Season highlights... this clip includes today's game and the last 3-pointer of the season. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHAEmdDo_tE
thanks so much man
LMAO at the 3. He buried the 30-foot pull-up jumper with a defender flying at him. Although this was just a joke, it shows that he does have range and shoots better when he's not pressing (like when the coach will pull him for every little mistake).Here's a great article by SF Chronicle about how Ellis and Curry may be extremely talented, but their efficiency is among the worst in the league. Of course, this blog/forum is way ahead of the curve because many of us have been trying to point this out all season long.http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/04/13/SP9K1IUPP1.DTL&ao=all
@ real-debStats? coach don't need stats to coach. Only his favorites and pets get any real minutes. His idea of defense is that thing surrounding his yard to keep the critters off his lawn.
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