Jeremy Lin-sanity continues as the NBA guard hits the game winner to carry the New York Knicks to their sixth straight win.
The 23 year old’s 2012 NBA salary of $762,195 is looking like a bargain.
Linning! Jeremy Lin’s childhood dream of making it in the NBA has come true.
Jeremy Lin-derella has burst on to the NBA scene in 2012 and is the buzz of New York and Madison Square Garden.
Jeremy Lin may have the spotlight these days for the New York Knicks but Tyson Chandler runs the locker room and Carmelo Anthony returns soon.
Rookie point guard Jeremy Lin-credible is the first Asian-American, Harvard University graduate in the NBA.
Jeremy Lin scored 38 versus the LA Lakers. Jeremy “all I do is” Lin.
“ It’s a little over-whelming.” – Jeremy Lin
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LA Lakers coach [wolf] Phil Jackson will return to coach the world champion Lakers [pack] in their quest for another 3peat. A fourth three peat would send Phil Jackson out to retirement glory with his 12th NBA Championship Ring. Go Man Go.
” It’s the Law of the Jungle , this law runs forward and back – that the Strength of the Pack is the Wolf and the Strength of the Wolf is the Pack. ” – Phil Jackson
The LA Lakers power to the people Victory Parade in Los Angeles was enjoyed especially by new champion, Ron Artest. The Lakers forward had his Hennessy and a Victory Cigar. 70,000 fans gathered for the parade in downtown LA. LAPD police arrested nine for fighting and disturbing the peace.
LA Lakers Parade in Los Angeles MVP Kobe Bryant Power to the People Ron Artest Hennessy and Victory Cigar
With the Lakers Champions herded like cattle down the parade route in a semi-truck; it felt less like a parade and more like a drive-by.
” I wish I could have touched the fans. I wish I could have jumped into the crowd. ” – Ron Artest
Kobe Bryant won his fifth Championship ring and second Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP award. All the hard work has paid off for Kobe and the Los Angeles Lakers as they repeat again in 2010 as World Champions.
” This is the sweetest – the hardest one so far. I wanted it so bad – my guys picked me up. ” – Kobe Bryant
The Los Angeles Lakers as a TEAM won a hard fought, physical 2010 NBA Finals over their arch-rival Boston Celtics in the deciding game 7. Derek Fisher inspired his teammates with his “12 minute” speech and hit a key 3 pointer to tie the game at 64. A thirty point, fourth quarter Lakers explosion in the final 12 minutes, carried the team to victory.
Pau Gasol was money; huge on offense and defense. A relaxed Ron Artest stepped up and hit a key 3 pointer with 1 minute left in the game. Kobe Bryant playing injured and double-teamed all night had 15 rebounds and hit key free throws with the game in the balance.
Fish’s speech went something like this:
” It all comes down to today. Either we heal as a team, or we’re going to crumble. Inch by inch, play by play, til we’re finished. One inch at a time. Life’s this game of inches – so is basketball. The inches we need are everywhere around us. They’re in every break of the game – every minute, every second.
On this team, we fight for that inch. On this team, we tear everyone around us to pieces for that inch. Because we know when we add up all those inches, that’s going to make the difference between winning and losing – between living and dying!
I tell ya this. In any fight, it’s the guy who’s willing to die, who’s going to win that inch. That’s basketball guys, that’s all it is. Now what are you going to do? “
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