Tweet of the Night: Jay Williams

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Jeremy Lin is loving every moment right now vs the Knicks. Still agree w/ the move the #Knicks made to let him go. #Business
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It wasn’t quite Linsanity, but Jeremy Lin did his best to put on a show for the New York Knicks fans at the Madison Square Garden on Monday – the way he so often did last season while wearing the orange and blue.After hearing mostly cheers – a classy reaction by the fans – when he was introduced as a starting point guard for the Houston Rockets, Lin got comfortable early and attacked the rim at will with little

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SH Blog: Bynum says Kobe stunted his growth, believes Lakers traded No. 1 center for No. 2

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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

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Bernucca: Jeremy Lin’s 15 minutes of fame are over

Linsanity 2.0 will happen in Houston

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.

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