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Fri Jun 19, 2020, 10:10 AM

On Jeremy Lin

Part 6: The Jeremy Lin Saga Continues: Agony and Ecstasy, Pride and Prejudice
http://www.borntorunthenumbers.com/2020/06/btrtn-part-6-jeremy-lin-saga-continues.html

Lin served notice that he had arrived in China right at the start of the exhibition season, when he dropped 40 points – more than his NBA career high of 38 – in his very first game. This was surely a point of pride, an announcement that, far from beaten, he was ready to reassert himself at center stage.

And while he did not hit that marker during the regular season, he started off the regular season with 25 points, 9 assists and 6 rebounds in an easy 103-81 Ducks’ win over the Tianjin Gold Lions. In classic, slashing Lin style, he went straight to the rim, and was rewarded with 12 chances at the free throw line, making 11. But the woes remained from the three-point line when he whiffed on all five attempts, and, befitting his return to “high usage” status, he also made 4 turnovers.

The Ducks won their first four games and six of their first seven, as Lin settled into a steady level of production, leading the team as he filled the box score. Game after game Lin delivered big, with slash lines speaking to both his production and his consistency: in the five games following his debut, he went for 24/8/6, 26/7/4, 27/7/6, 28/5/9 and 26/3/4...
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Fri Jun 19, 2020, 11:29 AM

1. The Linsanity days with the Knicks were fun to watch

it appears he's still playing the game he loves and doing as well as he can. He seems likely that he will be very successful a whatever he does when he puts basketball in his rear view.

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Fri Jun 19, 2020, 05:02 PM

2. Yes indeed!

My bet is that he plays for 3-4 more years, though. He has a lot left in the tank!

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