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Thread: How great is Jeremy Lin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erzengel View Post
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    How great is Jeremy Lin on the Rockets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Groper View Post
    How great is Jeremy Lin on the Rockets?
    Well when he's earning 14.5 million in the 3rd year of his contract I hope he's great. I went to hoopsworld.com and they dissected his game something awful.

    I wish him the best, wish he had stayed in NY but honestly this one of the few times the Knicks decided not to overpay. Not like any of this would matter, in 3 years Melo, Amare & Chandler will all be gone.

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    "not to overpay"? lol

    So an organization makes a habit out of giving out big contracts, and then the one time in which they should have, they don't. and that's good? No.

    The Knick's organization got like a $600 million boost in valuation during Linsanity. That motherfucker's jersey was the 2nd most sold in the league and it wasn't available til FEBRUARY.

    So much upside for publicity and endorsements. The Rockets have experience with that (Yao), they know what's up. Dolan's a moron.

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    Im not saying dolan isnt a moron. He is and always will be but already having kidd and then felton and adding lin. 70 million in point guards not chris paul.

    I wanted lin to stay but im not crying about it. Im used to losing.

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    haha. Felton is bad. did you see this shit


    Quote Originally Posted by Grantland
    Last year, there were 259 NBA players who used more than 300 possessions. Of those players, Jason Kidd ranked 242nd in points per possession. That was four spots higher than his new teammate Raymond Felton. Lin ranked 192nd.

    Jeremy Lin had a well-publicized turnover problem last season that became a talking point for every talking head who wanted to point out something bad about a player who had saved a dismal season, ignited interest in the NBA among millions of people worldwide, and dropped 38 against Kobe Bryant in the Garden. It's true of those same 259 players who used over 300 possessions, Lin ranked 252nd with a 21.4 turnover percentage. Raymond Felton ranked 244th at 19.6 percent. Jason Kidd? 257th at 24.2 percent. Guess who was 256th? Rajon Rondo. 258th? Steve Nash.

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    So dumb... the Knicks should've gotten rid of Carmelo Anthony at the first chance they had... and Stoudamire. That b-unit team was running the business nicely... they just needed strong coaching. And let's face it, no player suffers from turnover problems and ball control all of their career... it's usually something you can and will improve in... especially with training. Jeremy Lin was EXACTLY what New York needed to be interesting. He belongs in a starting position, and I personally would've even taken him over Steve Nash. Yep, I said it.

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    What did you say?

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