Fact 1: Jeremy Lin is the American-born Chinese or Taiwanese basketball player. He was popular for his great performances as a point guard on the New York Knicks.
Fact 2: Jeremy Lin has a special passion for the game of basketball, and he was playing as a senior point guard at Harvard in 2010. Before Lin was inducted into the Knicks, he was removed from the Warriors and the Houston Rockets.
Fact 3: Lin was once demoted to the D-League squad in a game from the Knicks team and was made to stay on the bench.
Fact 4: The New York Knicks claimed Lin for its team after he was restricted by the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets on December 27th, 2011.
Fact 5: It was a special moment when Jeremy Shu-How Lin entered the Madison Square Garden on February 4th, 2012, though it was not the first time he has played there.
Fact 6: At Madison Square Garden, the Knicks were not in high spirits as they lost 11 of their previous 13 games.
Fact 7: With only limited options for the point guard position, the game started against the New Jersey Nets. The game went on with just a single rebound and an assist in the first part of the game.
Fact 8: Lin was in his great form in the second half and could make three assists along with the score of three baskets exclusively on his own. Lin led the Knicks ahead by two in the second half.
Fact 9: The crowd at Madison Square Gardens cheered Lin as they could see a special performance from him that day. He finished the game with 25 points on 10-of-19 shooting, 5 rebounds, 7 assists, and 2 steals. These achievements provided the Knicks with a 99-92 win.
Fact 10: From then onwards Lin led the Knicks to victory in 7 subsequent games and has averaged 23.9 points with 9.1 assists during this journey. This spectacular ‘œLinsanity’ has captured millions of people.