Linsanity on DVD

Feature documentary tells the amazing underdog story of Jeremy Lin

The feature documentary Linsanity, directed by Evan Jackson Leong, is now available on DVD. To celebrate, I'm giving some free copies. To find out how to enter for your chance to win, scroll down to the bottom... [UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed. Thank you to all who entered.]

The inspirational film, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, chronicles the unlikely underdog rise of basketball star Jeremy Lin, who seemingly came out of nowhere, off the New York Knicks bench in February 2012 and proceeded to electrify the world of professional sports and beyond.

Fortunately, Evan and his team had the cameras rolling long before anyone got an inkling of the phenomenon we now affectionately call "Linsanity." Behind Jeremy's incredible rise is a simple story of family, faith and finding identity. You don't have to care a lick about sports to find inspiration in Jeremy's amazing journey.

Here's the theatrical trailer:

If you missed it in theaters last fall, you have the opportunity to watch Linsanity from the comfy laziness of your couch. It's available for order from Amazon, as well as all the major retailers where DVDs are sold. Heck, even if you've already seen the movie, the DVD is a must-have collector's item for any true Jeremy Lin fan.

So... anybody want to win a free DVD? Of course you do. I have three copies of Linsanity on DVD to give away to a few lucky readers. Here's how to enter for your chance to win:

Step 1: Follow @angryasianman on Twitter.

Step 2: Tweet this message:

I want to win a @LinsanityMovie DVD from @angryasianman! http://bit.ly/aam-linsanitydvd

Step 3: From the entries, I'll randomly pick three lucky Linsanity fans, who will each get a Linsanity DVD.

Please, only one entry per person/Twitter account. Cheaters will be publicly shamed. The giveaway ends on Monday, January 13, 2014 at 11:59am PST. Winners will receive a Direct Message with further information. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Sorry, rest of the world.

Good luck! For further information about the film, visit the Linsanity website.

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