Why wouldn’t an NBA team want to have more players with Asian backgrounds? At the risk of generalizing, it comes with some tech-savvy fans with the propensity for making cute shit. And FAST. Exhibit A is this ridiculous big-headed comic after last night’s Atlanta Hawks game where James Harden, Carlos Delfino, and that Jeremy Lin […]
Here’s a little video of Jeremy Lin coming up from behind Josh Smith and BLOCKING THAT MF SHIT. ARF! WOOF! BOOYAH! It’s featured as NBA.com’s Block of the Night. Lin also gathered the rebounds, left it off for Carlos Delfino (weird looking dude, that Delfino), who finds Marcus Morris under the rim for the slamma […]
Jeremy Lin sent out a Happy New Year tweet via his Twitter tonight after the Rocket’s win over the Hawks on New Year’s Eve: Much-needed win tonight…loved the fan support! Happy New Year everybody! Love how happy my mom is in this picture lol pic.twitter.com/J8QeV0hY We here at Jeremy Lin & Co. love LOLs and […]
Here are the Jeremy Lin video highlights vs. the Atlanta Hawks from tonight. In nearly 40 minutes, Mr. Sanity had a good game for the Rockets with 16 points, 8 assists, and 4 steals. Lin shot 6-11 from the field, 1-3 from three, 2 blocks (including a pretty cool one against Josh Smith) and tallied […]
Now that the Rockets coaching staff have developed a rotation where Lin can thrive and create freely (James Harden in, Jeremy Lin out duh), what do you think Jeremy Lin’s final scoring averaging will be at the end of the season? [poll id=”2″] Lin is currently averaging approximately 12 points per game on 10 shots. […]
Linsanity wasn’t always just a personal problem. Many moons ago, it was a cultural phenomenon that swept the entire country (and certain other countries). It’s impact wasn’t felt only in New York, China, and in my dreams, but throughout the sports world… and, like, Twitter. People were Googling Jeremy Lin like I do every day. […]
Oof. What a stinker of a box score put up by Jeremy Lin last night. Those seven turnovers against the Minnesota Timberwolves are Linsane. Fortunately, Harden came up big in the fourth, the Rockets seem to be clicking as a team and the expectations aren’t nearly as high for Jeremy as they’ve been, so those […]
With last night’s demolition of the Chicago Bulls, Jeremy Lin’s 20 points on 8-12 shooting moved up his season averages to exactly 12.0 points per game and 43.0% shooting percentage from the field. Nothing to write home to Palo Alto about, but important in how Lin is viewed from a stats perspective. Avergaing 12 points […]
Oh joy! What a Christmas! The Houston Rockets dismantled the Chicago Bulls on the birth of Christ, and Nate Robinson came off the bench to find God. Despite the final score, the Bulls put a slight scare into the Rockets as Robinson caught fire helping the Bulls trim the lead from 35 points to 15 in […]
Do you want to relive Linsanity again and again and AGAIN and AGAIN like I do? Here’s one page with each of those game videos where you can enjoy the best February of your boring life over and over and over again. I’ve cried a thousand times over. KNICKS vs. NETS (2012/02/04) The game that […]
Jeremy Lin turned 24 this year. Lin is a Virgo. Lin shares the same birthdate as the NBA players Kobe Bryant (1978), Darren Collison (1987), New Zealand’s Sean Marks (1975), and Rik Smits (1966).
On our way to see the Taj Mahal, our driver pulled the car over to buy some water. I was in the back seat minding my own business. I wasn’t looking out my window, but was looking toward the street, when I heard a tapping on my window. I turned to see this man, half-smiling […]
As Asian Americans who grew up playing basketball, my sister and I have a keen interest in the Jeremy Lin phenomenon. We identify with Lin in many ways, so we’ve found ourselves deeply-invested in his journey — so much so, that we cheer for him as if he were a part of our family. Recently […]
Post by Stuart Leung.
LINSANITY. Wow. — Stuart Leung (@steuwart) February 15, 2012 I rushed out of work early to catch the latest Knicks game at a downtown restaurant that actually had NBATV (more difficult than expected). The first three quarters weren’t pretty – the Knicks were playing like shit. The fourth quarter was different; the Knicks stormed back […]
I watched “Rumble in the Jungle” – the documentary around the 1974 Muhammad Ali – George Foreman fight in Zaire. Afterwards. I was inspired to look up videos of Muhammad Ali. Ran across his one and it brought a smile to my face. …murdered a rock, injured a stone, hospitalized a brick…
Mom Chronicles #1: As with her pants, my mom’s politics are also on point. Post by Stuart Leung.
Mom Chronicles #24: You know how the golf community didn’t like how Tiger Woods would pump his fist after a good shot – that his celebration was disrespecting the game? Let’s just say the mahjong community wouldn’t be happy with my mom’s celebratory practices. Everyone likes winning, especially my mom. Post by Stuart Leung.
MTV's REAL WORLD: 18 years, 24 seasons, 200 cast members, and not one ASIAN MALE ROOMMATE? http://tiny.cc/hfk9p — Stuart Leung (@steuwart) June 18, 2010 REALLY? 24 seasons of The Real World and not one Asian male roommate in the entire 18 years?
I had the honor of being the best man at my friend’s wedding, and this was the speech I wrote for it. When I started to write this speech, I wanted to start out by telling everyone how long I’ve known Jason.
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Being an Asian American is a conflicting battle in cultures and common senses. Simply being has furnished each and every one of us a very unique experience, something we all should be proud of.
I always walked by Abercrombie & Fitch stores with a sort of uneasiness. And when I did enter, it just never felt right, I never felt comfortable.