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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    Jeremy Lin continues to shatter all expections. The New York Knicks point guard played a crucial role in taking his team to victory over the Dallas Mavericks, breaking the Texas team's six-game winning streak, on Feb. 19, 2012 in New York. Lin scored in 28 points and shot out a career-high 14 assists as the Knicks took their eighth win in nine games.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin was indirectly caught up in controversy recently, when ESPN editor Anthony Federico used a racial slur in a headline to describe Lin's loss to the New Orleans Hornets on Feb 17. ESPN fired Federico, who told the New York Daily News the headline was an "honest mistake." He added he was sorry and understood why he was axed. "ESPN did what they had to do," Federico said.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    New Orleans Hornets busted the Knicks and point guard Jeremy Lin's seven-game winning streak on Feb. 17, 2012 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Hornets won the game 89-85.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    Sarah Palin, former governor of Alaska and vice presidential candidate, joins in on Linsanity, holding up a Jeremy Lin jersey.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    Fans wear Jeremy Lin masks at Madison Square Garden, Feb. 10, 2012, as the New York Knicks beat the Los Angeles Lakers, 92-85.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    New York Knicks superstar Jeremy Lin drives past Marcus Thornton of the Sacramento Kings at Madison Square Garden, Feb. 15, 2012, when the Lin led the Knicks to a 100-85 victory over the Kings.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin's Cinderella Story

    Jeremy Lin gear on sale before the Knicks took on the Sacramento Kings, Feb. 15, 2012.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin Seems Unstoppable

    The 23-year-old benchwarmer turned basketball sensation quickly rose to national fame for making buzzer-busting shots and raking up huge points. Lin (17) helped bring the Knicks another win in the Feb. 15, 2012 game against the Sacramento Kings.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin Seems Unstoppable

    New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin led his team to their seventh straight win over the Sacramento Kings on Feb. 15, 2012, turning a mediocre season for once floundering Knicks franchise into mania. Lin had 10 points and 13 assists, and the Knicks won the game 100-85.
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  • Linsanity: Knicks' Jeremy Lin Seems Unstoppable

    New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin (17) talks to teammate Amare Stoudemire (1) as head coach Mike D'Antoni calls out to the team during the first half of the game against the Sacramento Kings, Feb. 15, 2012, in New York. Lin is one of the most unlikely NBA stars, undrafted out of college, cut by two teams this season and was sleeping on his brother's couch before taking the Knicks on a winning rampage.
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  • Linsanity

    New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin averages at least 20 points per game and has moved from sleeping on his brother's couch in New York into a posh Trump Tower apartment. Shown here is Lin on the cover of New York's Metro News, Feb. 15, 2012.
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  • Linsanity

    New York Knicks fans have run wild with "Linsanity" after point guard Jeremy Lin came out with stunning play after play. He topped off a nail-biting game against the Toronto Raptors on Feb. 14, 2012 with making an incredible buzzer-busting 3-point shot in the last half-second of the fourth quarter -- a sweet Valentine to fans. Shown here is Lin on the cover of The New York Post, Feb. 15, 2012.
    The New York Post
  • Linsanity

    New York Knick's Jeremy Lin scored 27 points in the Feb. 14, 2012 game against the Toronto Raptors and added a career-high 11 assists in his first game since being named Eastern Conference player of the week, the Associated Press reported. Lin celebrates with teammate Jared Jeffries after his game-winning 3-pointer.
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  • Linsanity

    New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin's star power has brought in huge revenues for MSG Network, a cable provider that carries the Knicks games, despite a contract dispute with Time Warner Cable, the Associated Press reported. Shown here is Lin on the cover of The New York Daily News, Feb. 15, 2012 after his buzzer-busting 3-point shot against Toronto won the game for the Knicks 90-87.
    The Daily News
  • Linsanity

    In previous games, New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin crushed the Goliath-like Los Angeles Lakers at Madison Square Garden with 38 points and nailed the winning free throw against the Minnesota Timberwolves. In this Feb. 10, 2012 photo, New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin reacts after scoring during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Lakers, in New York.
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  • Linsanity

    New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin is the first NBA player to graduate from Harvard since the 1950s and was relatively unknow before he became a national basketball star overnight. One fan of Jeremy Lin #17 of the New York Knicks holds up a sign that reads "Linning and Grinning" during the second half of the Knicks and Washington Wizards game at Verizon Center, Feb. 8, 2012 in Washington, DC.
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  • Linsanity

    New York Knick's Jeremy Lin is the NBA's first American-Taiwanese player and a devout Christian, but its the way that he plays the game that has sparked absolutely mania over his success. Fans of Lin hold up signs during the second half of the Knicks and Washington Wizards game at Verizon Center, Feb. 8, 2012 in Washington, DC.
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  • Linsanity

    Forbes speculated that New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin now hosts the world's fastest-growing athlete brand, with his name worth a potential $14 million in marketing rights. Shown here, Lin reacts after hitting a basket during the fourth quarter of a game against the New Jersey Nets, Feb. 4, 2012, in New York. Lin led all scorers with 25 points as the Knicks defeated the Nets 99-92.
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  • Linsanity

    Fans hold up a banner for New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin during the Knicks' NBA basketball game against the Utah Jazz, Feb. 6, 2012, in New York. Lin scored 28 points during the Knicks' 99-88 win.
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