I believe that a lot of people know this NBA basketball boy. Because he was often TV media attention.I am not saying Jeremy Lin is the problem, but he is part of it. The New York Knicks were faced with an extremely “tough” decision: to re-sign Lin or let him walk. In the past, the Knicks were the team spokes-team for signing mediocre players to huge contracts.

In his happened a lot of things and rumours. Have good and bad. This is our unexpected.Eddy Curry, Stephon Marbury, Allan Houston (he wasn’t worth $100 million), Jerome James (five years, $30 million), and who could forget the contract they gave former head coach Larry Brown (between $50-60 million). But since they kicked Isaiah Thomas out of office, the Knicks have tidied-up their negotiations and I applaud them for that.

I don't know what I was beginning to understand the basketball when the boy. But I found that I have to like him.
And I give them a standing-ovation for doing the right thing in this case: NOT re-signing Lin. I am a fan of hard work, perseverance, equity and time put in. Lin did all of that. A graduate from Harvard University, Lin wanted to pursue a professional basketball career in the NBA. It didn’t start well for Lin, going undrafted in the 2010 NBA draft. During the 2010-2011 season, Lin signed a contract to play in his home state, for the Golden State Warriors. However, he ended up in the NBA Developmental League (three times) and was finally waived by Golden State, then by the Houston Rockets before making his way to the Concrete Jungle.

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