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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.
    New York Metro
  • 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 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
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