The happiest man in New York was prodigal son Jeremy Lin, who silenced the Garden crowd with a 22-point, 8-assist performance that put an emphatic end to the Knicks’ unbeaten record at home.
With a quarter of the season already completed, we are starting to get a feel for the identity of most teams. There is still plenty of basketball left to play with plenty of questions about many teams, but if you were wondering if the Toronto Raptors or the Cleveland Cavaliers could potentially make the playoffs before the start of this season, those thoughts are probably no longer there, given the struggles of those respective teams. Although there is a general picture painted
Toward the end of the film “Se7en,” two detectives are driving a serial killer to a supposed location of one of the killer’s victims. The serial killer, played by Kevin Spacey, tries to convince the detectives of the lasting importance of his acts. One of the detectives, played by Brad Pitt, dismisses the serial killer’s claims by saying, “You’re a T-shirt. You’re a Movie of the Week.” That pretty much sums up Jeremy Lin.
Brian Geltzeiler joins Brett Norsworthy on Fish N’ Stats in Memphis to talk NBA news. They break down the Jeremy Lin and James Harden pairing, the Lakers woes and an early look at the Western Conference Playoff picture.