Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks
are back to playing solid basketball since
former head coach Mike D'Antonio resigned.
I know that a modest trio of wins isn’t saying much, but
looks like a totally different team than the one that went belly up in D’Antoni’s final days – and Lin has responded as well. New York
I back-to-back games against Indiana, Lin scored 32 total points on 9-for-17 shooting from the field while dishing out 11 assists – and more importantly – committing just five turnovers
For the season, Lin is averaging a fine, 14.7 points and 6.3 assists per game while shooting an impressive 45.5 percent from the field. Whether you love Lin, like most everyone on the planet – or don’t care for him very much, like the idiotic Floyd Mayweather – one thing is now crystal clear NBA hoops fans … Jeremy Lin is undoubtedly legitimate – and has as much potential as any young floor leader in the game today.