Unfortunately I don't live in the Bay Area. Would have been perfect for my little brother and his friends. I see them on the basketball court shooting hoops everyday now. Before they wouldn't even touch basketball, all the students were playing handball ... but now every kid wants to be like Jeremy Lin. But his school only has 1 basketball court.
Too bad my baby sister is overage...
To be fair to Houston, they had a few good PGs already and they were more proven than at that time. The reality in the nba is that the players who are given most chances are only the ones the teams have invested something like a 1st round contract or FA big contract. More often than not, coaches can only follow their management's desires.
"WHO IS YOUR MIP?"There is this poll on NBA website. Undoubtedly, I voted for Jeremy!Please cast your vote for Jeremy through the following link.http://hangtime.blogs.nba.com/2012/04/23/who-is-your-mip/
It looks like my gut feeling was wrong -- Jeremy IS going to be out 6 weeks.To be fair, the Knicks didn't say it was a LATERAL tear. That's more serious than a medial tear and caused swelling after surgery (which is why he couldn't jog until the other day).
My son will be attending Diepepbrock's camp this summer. Jeremy has always helped out in this camp every summer. I dunno about this year though, now that he's Mr. Big Time.
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