The End Of Linsanity: Jeremy Lin Out For Season With Knee Injury

Mar 31, 2012 Full story: Forbes.com

So much for Linsanity. Jeremy Lin's rise from obscure backup point guard to the cover of Time magazine and just about everything else came to a sad and sudden stop today as the Knicks announced his season is likely over because of a knee injury that will require surgery.

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guytravell

Lewisville, TX

#1 Mar 31, 2012
Pretty obvious he was suffering from this knee injury since late February. Anyone who watched him play in February would notice his lift is no where near the same this month. Infact, he had a higher lift back in his college days than what he's shown during his games in March.

A condensed season, playing ~40 minutes per game, and taking hard fouls that look worse than 90's basketball is murder for any athlete, let alone a rookie.

However I'm showing support for the knicks by wearing their watch

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Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#3 Apr 18, 2012
Stay away from american basketball. China has basketball too, go over there.

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