Will Jeremy Lin keep up his hot streak or slow down, as he did against the Heat today?
Jeremy Lin has been on a roll. However, he's had a lot of turnovers over the last few weeks. The problem reoccurred today against the Heat. But along with the increased turnovers, his overall game declined today as well. What do you guys think?
Hope he will learn more from the game. I think he is a B+ NBA student.
I think the Miami Heat put a lot of pressure on him defensively and made him have a terrible game. Lin is a good player who just got caught up in all the media hype. Once he gets back to the basics of playing basketball and forgets about all the attention his game will return to normal. I think he has a bright future in the NBA.
I think more players will be take it as a challenge to slow him down. I don't think it's going to be easy for him. He kind of came out of nowhere. Now everyone has taken notice and I expect it to be a little bit more difficult for him. If he can keep it going, he will have a good NBA career.
Yea I agree. He's in the spotlight now and teams, by now, should have figured out his game. We'll see how it plays out.
One of the things that Jeremy Lin has working in his favor is Walt "Clyde the Glide" Frazier -- one of the greatest guards in NBA history -- is one of the TV analysts for the Knicks.
So, I am certain that Frazier is working with Lin on what it takes to be a good point guard.
by Bruce A. Beaudet 6 years ago
How did so many scouts and coaches miss on Jeremy Lin?
by odeisa 6 years ago
Why do you like Jeremy Lin?
by Sinclair Miller III 5 years ago
Heating it upThe Miami Heat have the second longest streak of consecutive wins and are a few games away from tying & breaking the record of 33 consecutive wins held by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers. Will the Miami Heat break the record?
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