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Jeremy Lin - Knicks vs Mavs FULL HIGHLIGHTS - 28 points, 14 assists, 5 steals [2/19/2012]: In case you thought Friday's loss signaled the end of Linsanity, Jeremy finished with 28 points, a career-high 14 assists, 4 rebounds and 5 steals on Sunday against the Dallas Mavericks.

Jeremy Lin: To The Point: MSG Networks has a great one-on-one interview with Jeremy Lin, who talks about his sudden, unexpected rise to stardom.

In Lin, Knicks Find a Textbook Point Guard: Why is Jeremy Lin such an effective point guard for the Knicks' offense? Here's an illustrative look at three plays from New York's victory last Wednesday over Sacramento.

Linfographic: The Journey of Jeremy Lin: This is a very thorough and educational infographic on the meteoric rise of Mr. Jeremy Lin.

Jeremy Lin Jerseys and T-shirts | NY Knicks Store: Get your official Jeremy Lin gear at the NY Knicks Store. (Full disclosure: I am getting some free swag for posting this link, and I am totally cool with that.)

Is Linsanity Happening Tonight? This is a handy website to inform you whether or not Linsanity is happening tonight. Tonight: yes.

Linsanity Postgame Cold Open: In case you missed it, here's Saturday Night Live's spot-on cold open sending up the media's ridiculous race-inflected double standard when it comes to talking about Jeremy Lin.

Linsane "Chink In The Armor" Headline An "Honest Mistake," Claims Fired ESPN Editor: "This had nothing to do with me being cute or punny. I'm so sorry that I offended people. I'm so sorry if I offended Jeremy."

Wrong Person Blamed for "Chink In the Armor" Jeremy Lin article: Meanwhile, the guy who wrote the ESPN article -- and is not responsible for the "chink in the armor" headline -- is being unfairly blamed.

Will Jeremy Lin's success end stereotypes? "The Jeremy Lin Effect won't end racism, but it does mean that Asian-Americans will never be seen the same way again."

Media Hype for Lin Stumbles on Race: "Unfortunately for Lin and the rest of us, the over-the-top coverage that followed ended over the line, exposing underlying racist tropes that still lurk in the id of American sports journalism, and by extension, the rest of us."

"What About His Eyes?" Other Moments In Media Stereotyping Or Racism About Jeremy Lin: "Last night's unfortunate turn of phrase used on ESPN.com's mobile site gives us reason to examine a few other ill-advised media moves when it comes to discussing Jeremy Lin."

Jerry Lynch: Based on a True Story: Jeff Yang imagines my worst nightmare, mocking up the imaginary poster for the inevitable Hollywood movie adaptation of the Jeremy Lin story... starring Taylor Lautner.

Jeremy Lin inspires other Asian Americans to pursue sports: "Over the years, icons such as martial artists Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, and Asian American figure skaters Kristi Yamaguchi and Michelle Kwan have chipped away the stereotype of Asians. But Lin has smashed a wrecking ball into it."

Jeremy Lin: A Linspiration to benchwarmers everywhere: "Every player who makes it to the NBA has some amount of ability, and several players at the end of benches - even rotation players - see themselves in Lin."

Before Linsanity came Dragon-mania: Before Linsanity, there were The Dragons, an all-girl basketball team out of Seattle with a roster made up mostly of Asian Americans.

Linsanity 3: Will fame ('friend' of Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, et. al.) ruin Jeremy Lin? I think the answer is no.

Asian-Americans rejoice as Lin smashes stereotypes: I got quoted in this Associated Press article on what Jeremy Lin means for Asian American fans.

Linappropriate: Wong Fu Production checks in with a humorous take on our fanatical, "linappropriate" obsession with Jeremy Lin.

My Parents Are Linsane: Because Asian moms and dads wish Jeremy Lin came from their own loins. Instead, they got you.

Jeremy Lin asks that Taiwan media respect his family's privacy: An entirely reasonable request from Jeremy Lin to members of the media in Taiwan.

Jeremy Lin Describes His Dream Girl: "First she would really love God and be a faithful Christian, and then after that, I think, a desire to serve other people, to help with the underprivileged, do a lot of social work ... great personality and easy to be around. Someone that's definitely chill, low key, low maintenance."

More Offensive MSG Jeremy Lin Graphics: The Knicks recently put a questionable Jeremy Lin fortune cookie graphic on their jumbotron, but Conan O'Brien reveals that wasn't the worst of it.

Larry Wilmore's Lin-Grown Toenail: The Daily Show's Larry Wilmore believes that Jeremy Lin's rise to fame is a sign that Asian Americans are taking basketball away from African Americans.

Jeremy Lin Picked Last in Pickup Game: The top talent scouts in the world were wrong about Jeremy Lin, how were some kids supposed to know?

NBA Player Jeremy Lin Puts Book Plans on Hold Amid Media 'Frenzy': Jeremy Lin has hired high profile book agent Richard Abate, but has postponed book plans until it can get "the thoughtful consideration it deserves."

Nike Takes #Linsanity To The Next Level With Jeremy Lin's First Player Exclusive Shoe: You know it had to happen. According to CounterKicks, Nike has created an exclusive "Linsanity" edition Zoom Hyperfuse 2011 shoe for Jeremy Lin to wear.

Jeremy Lin seeks to trademark 'Linsanity,' but he's in for a fight: According to records on file at the US Patent and Trademark Office, Jeremy Lin's representation has quietly sought trademark protection for the use of his name and "Linsanity."

Jeremy Lin fever reaches into restaurants and bars: "In the two weeks since New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin went from benchwarmer to global superstar, a wave of 'Lin-spired' food and drinks has flooded New York City menus."

MSG, "Linsanity" returns to Time Warner Cable: "In his biggest feat off the basketball court yet, Jeremy Lin has helped restore New York Knicks games to more than 1 million TV viewers in New York."

Bristolmetrics: SportsCenter Said "Lin" More Often Than "If" Or "But" Last Week: How Linsane is SportsCenter? Somebody apparently counted, and the show mentioned Jeremy Lin 350 times in a single week. That's nearly one mention per minute.

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