Finally. Jeremy Lin’s trademark “Linsanity” is official. Although it was short-lived, the combination of Lin’s success and good health, it was alarmingly trendy at the time. The reasons for the “Linsanity” were obvious; he came out of virtually nowhere, he was a Harvard graduate, he played for New York, he was the first successful Asian-American star in the NBA, and he played exceptionally well, amongst other reasons. As much as “Tebowing” caught the NFL by storm, “Linsanity” caught the NBA just as much. Lest we not forget, we have not seen the end of Jeremy Lin just yet. In announcing Friday that coach Mike Woodson was signing long-term with the Knicks, GM Glen Grunwald said he fully expected Lin, a restricted free agent, to be back with the Knicks next season.