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Will Knee Linjury End Linsanity?

Not an April Fools post:  A meniscus tear on his left knee has taken Jeremy Lin out for at least six weeks.   He received the injury in a victory over Detroit.  After resting his knee for seven days, he still … Continue reading

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Before the Linsanity: “Who is the Best Asian-American Athlete?” Redux

It was just over a month ago (right before Linsanity started) that I made a post entitled: TMZ Asks Apolo Anton Ohno, “Who is the Best Asian-American Athlete?” after a TMZ cameraman stalked Apolo Ohno while he was leaving the … Continue reading

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The Daily Show’s Take on LINSANITY: the Asian Basketball Invasion

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c Larry Wilmore’s Lin-Grown Toenail www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor & Satire Blog The Daily Show on Facebook Earlier this week, I highlighted how Stephen Colbert has … Continue reading

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Fung Brothers: The Jeremy Lin Effect 2- LINSANITY

To be honest, I don’t keep up with basketball too much. I only watch games here and there, but even I know that Jeremy Lin is being talked about everywhere about how he’s leading Knicks to victory and making his … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert Has Caught LINSANITY!

The Colbert Report Mon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c Linsanity! www.colbertnation.com Colbert Report Full Episodes Political Humor & Satire Blog Video Archive I’m a big fan of The Colbert Show and Stephen Colbert, so I was happy to see that … Continue reading

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CAAMFest 2023: Opening Night with ‘Joy Ride’ & Gala

For the first time since the pandemic, CAAMFest (Center for Asian American Media Festival) 2023 went full-tilt for the in-person attendee in San Francisco with the opening night film Joy Ride: “From the producers of Neighbors and the co-screenwriter of Crazy Rich … Continue reading

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’38 At The Garden’ Premieres October 11th on HBO Max

Back in June, I had blogged about a community event about an upcoming documentary, ’38 At the Garden’ about Jeremy Lin’s performance against Kobe Bryant’s LA Lakers back on February 10th, 2012, its effects, and the current state of Asian … Continue reading

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Cornell Quarterback Jameson Wang Signs NIL Deal with Degree

Image courtesy of Cornell University When I saw Jeff’s blog post on Gonzaga Basketball Players Kayleigh and Kaylynne Truong, I knew had to write about Cornell University’s Jameson Wang, a quarterback on the Ivy League school’s football team and his … Continue reading

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“38 At the Garden” – A Community Conversation with Jeremy Lin

Ten years after Linsanity, Frank Chi has created 38 At the Garden. The title is a reference to NBA basketball player Jeremy Lin scoring 38 points against Kobe Bryant’s LA Lakers. The upcoming documentary, which will be premiering this June … Continue reading

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The University of Utah honors Wat Misaka, first person of Color in the NBA

Long before Linsanity or even before any African Americans would play in what would become the NBA, Wataru “Wat” Misaka became the first person of color to play professional basketball in the Basketball Association of America, playing three games for … Continue reading

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NBA G League Dealing Internally with Player who called Jeremy Lin “Coronavirus”

The NBA has identified the player who Jeremy Lin said called him “coronavirus” during G-League play.  Lin, who went back to the NBA’s development league in order work  his way back into the NBA after playing for the Beijing Ducks, … Continue reading

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