Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Sixth Lose In A Row For Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin loses to the Bulls for sixth lose in a row. Jeremy Lin had 15 points, 1 rebound, 8 assists, 3 steals, 3 blocked shots, and 3 turnovers.

Like many of the games during the losing streak, the Knicks had a lead going into the half. The thrid quarter again was their downfall.

At one time in the game, the crowd chanted over-rated. They should be chatting MVP for Gibson for single handedly keeping the Knicks from scoring more. You can't score if you can't get the ball back. Second chance points were the difference and Gibson was the difference.

Looking the Knicks, you'd think the two 100 million dollar men would be more or a force and demand the ball. Carmelo needs to go get the ball and make a difference. STAT needs to crash the boards on the offensive side to offset what the bulls were doing. Something more from the 100 million dollar men.

Jeremy Lin is making the league minimum. At his production level, Jeremy Lin is over-achieving. You can chant that when Luke Walton enters the game, but not Jeremy Lin.

Trade deadline is around the corner, time for the Lakers to make a deal for Jeremy Lin. Do it!

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