New York Knick’s Linsanity (Who coined that term?) continues as Jeremy Lin and the Knicks just posted their 7th straight victory, beating the Sacramento Kings 107 to 93 in Sacramento. While there was no “buzzer beater” for this game, Lin did manage to earn a career-high 13 assists. In total, the Harvard graduate and Palo Alto native was mortal for this contest, posting 10 points, but the Lin stat was 13 – as in the assists.
Now, the NY Knicks are at .500, 15-15. They’re five games back of the Atlantic division-leading Philadelphia 76ers, which are at 20-15. If the NY Knicks can get six more wins in a row, then Linsanity will turn into something I can’t describe.
And I still say that it’s great to see the first American-born Asian player excel: