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Jeremy Lin  အေၾကာင္း နဲ႕သူ႕ရဲ့ ကစား နည္း၊ကစားပြဲ အခ်ိဳ႕ကိုတင္ျပတာပါ

 

 

(က်န္တာေတြ တင္ တာ ပါ)

 

[HD] Jeremy Lin Post-Game Interview New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards Feb 8, 2012 – YouTube

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaawWnacmrU

 

 

 

The Jeremy Lin Show vs Washington Wizards | 2.8.2012 | HD | – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA-uNq-N9hY&feature=related

 

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[HD] Watch All of Jeremy Lin’s 38 Points vs Lakers Feb 10, 2012 FULL HIGHLIGHTS (7 Minutes) – YouTube

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMG2EqADtg8

 

Uploaded by iNellyProduction on Feb 11, 2012

Friday, February 10, 2012, New York Knicks vs Los Angeles Lakers @ Madison Square Garden. Jeremy Lin scored a career high 38 points, dished 7 assists, grabbed 4 rebounds, and had 2 steals in 38 minutes of play. Jeremy is the real deal. Go Jeremy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Jeremy Lin Show vs Los Angeles Lakers | 2.10.2012 | HD | – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jASZKxSMhcM&feature=related

 

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Lakers ေလကာ က Derek Fisher  ကို ခ်ာလပတ္ လည္ Spin ျပီး ေဘာ္လုံး ကို လွ်ပ္တျပက္ ပစ္ သြင္း ပုံ

 

ဗီဒီယို ၾကည့္ ဘို႕ Link လင့္ခ ကိုႏွိပ္ပါ

Jeremy Lin Giving Derek Fisher and The Lakers the Business. 2/10/2012 Part 1 – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yz_0XnbqdrM

 

 

Lakers ေလကာ  ကို လွဲ႕ ပတ္ က စား ပုံ

 

ဗီဒီယို ၾကည့္ ဘို႕ Link လင့္ခ ကိုႏွိပ္ပါ

 

Jeremy Lin Giving the Lakers the Business. 2/10/12 Part 2 – YouTube

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7M5ZXIJfEM&feature=related

 

 

အရက္မူး ေန တဲ့ ေမ်ာက္ လို ပရိယာယ္ ဆင္ျပီး Lakers  ေလကာ ကိုျဖိဳ ပုံ

လွဲ႕ ပတ္ က စား ပုံ

 

ဗီဒီယို ၾကည့္ ဘို႕ Link လင့္ခ ကိုႏွိပ္ပါ

Jeremy Lin Finishes the Lakers Off With The Drunkin Monkey. 2/10/2012 Part 3. – YouTube

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfLNJzfGCOY&feature=related

Jeremy Lin vs Kobe Bryant full highlights ( 2012.02.10) – YouTube

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELe6Nh-agiI&feature=related

 

Knicks versus Lakers 2012 02 10. : All Jeremy Lin and Kobe shots and assists
Jeremy Lin scores 38 points, Kobe Bryant 34 points.

Jeremy Shu-How Lin (Chinese: 林書豪)

 

 

Jeremy Lin Knicks Highlights 2012 – Remember the Name – YouTube

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AI4N1fgcHT4&feature=watch_response

 

Uploaded by redkees5 on Feb 11, 2012

Jeremy Lin, the undrafted free agent out of Harvard, has come out of no where and is leading the Knicks, providing New York fans with the thrill they’ve been waiting to see all year.

 

Jeremy Lin Postgame: Lakers vs Knicks – YouTube

 

 

 

That’s just incredible. wow.

elviseno 7 hours ago

 

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ငါးပြဲ ဆက္ တိုက္ ႏိုင္

Lin, Knicks rally for 5th straight, beat Wolves – NBA – Yahoo! Sports

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/recap;_ylt=Ap7XyvN60TEGgcF4QCKDYbo5nYcB?gid=2012021116

In his fourth, his teammates returned the favor.

Lin hit a free throw with 4.9 seconds left to overcome a dreadful second half and lift the Knicks to their fifth straight victory, 100-98, over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday night.

 

 

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Jeremy Lin: Even Kobe bows to his star power

Jeremy Lin: Even Kobe bows to his star power – NBA – Yahoo! Sports

 

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AjCpACm6kznSogMwqiBT0h85nYcB?slug=aw-wojnarowski_jeremy_lin_knicks_lakers_021112

 

NEW YORK – Somehow, the most improbable story in NBA history found himself in the most improbable place on Friday night: The ball in his hands, Madison Square Garden on its feet, and the fourth quarter genius of Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant determined to obliterate this burgeoning mythology. Out of Bryant, had come a barrage: twisted, contorted fades, a self-pass off the backboard, the A-list arsenal out of the world’s most gifted scorer.

Somehow, Jeremy Lin never flinched. Somehow, Jeremy Lin never let himself become a spectator, never stopped to wonder what in the world he was doing out here. The ball was so safe, so snug, in his hands. There was such an easy effortlessness to the downright diabolical manner with which he dismantled the Lakers and Bryant. Sheer hysteria had thundered down on the Garden floor, a phenomenon called Linsanity, and the most polished, most poised, presence happened to be Lin.

This kid out of nowhere – out of Harvard University, out of the Reno Bighorns and Erie Bayhawks – had done it again, done it with a devastating 38 points, seven assists, four rebounds and two steals in the Knicks’ 92-85 victory over the Lakers.

“Players don’t come out of nowhere,” Bryant said.

What he was trying to say was this: The talent’s there, but sometimes the opportunity isn’t. It takes the right circumstances and timing, the right coach, right system. And sometimes, it takes desperation to try anything. And for these New York Knicks, well, Jeremy Lin constituted anything.

[ Related: Jeremy Lin’s Ivy League roots ]

Four games, four victories for these Knicks. Four games, and he’s transformed these Knicks in a way that no one can fully describe, fully believe. Bryant has made a career out of torching the Knicks, leaving the Garden to ovations. He’s scored 50 points here, even 60.

Twenty-four hours earlier, Bryant had been bemused over this Lin story. He wanted details, wanted to know the fuss. “Well, he’s got to deal with me now,” Bryant said. Somehow, Lin did. Another crescendo for him, another staggering performance in a week where he had gone for 25 points and seven assists, 28 and eight and 23 and 10.

Here came the Lakers, and here was Lin popping 3-pointers and twisting layups and free throw upon clutch free throw. Here came Lin to stop Kobe, and yes, stop the NBA cold.

“I don’t know what to tell you,” Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni marveled. “I have never seen this. What he’s doing is amazing.”

It isn’t the scoring with Lin. No one in the history of the NBA has scored as much in his first three starts, but this has nothing to do with the statistics. It’s the feel, the touch, the spirit and the purity of it all. No Amar’e Stoudemire. No Carmelo Anthony. And it doesn’t matter what spare parts are thrown together with Lin because he’s elevated everyone, transformed five fingers into a fist.

“It’s a completely different team,” center Tyson Chandler said. “You can’t look at this team the same.”…..

 

“A great story,” Bryant said. “It’s a testament to perseverance and hard work. A good example for kids everywhere.”….

This was Bryant’s grudging show of respect, his way of acknowledging this kid had become worth seeking a measure of revenge. The greatest player on the planet had come to obliterate the mythology of Jeremy Lin, and only played a part in growing it. Everyone left Madison Square Garden a little dazed on Friday night, a little stunned and perhaps no one so much as Jeremy Lin himself…..

Jeremy Lin flies in face of conventional wisdom

 

Jeremy Lin flies in face of conventional wisdom

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2012/02/12/SPMB1N6H8M.DTL

 

— Good stuff this week from Sports Illustrated’s Phil Taylor, who lives just a few miles from Palo Alto High School and first noticed Lin back in 2005. “I remember lots of opposing guards contorting their faces in a mixture of surprise and disgust after he flashed past them to the hoop,” wrote Taylor, “as if they couldn’t decide if they were more shocked or angry that this skinny Asian kid had used them like an orange traffic cone.”

Taylor recalled that as Lin drifted on the fringe of NBA relevance, “I knew that part of the reason Lin was so quickly dismissed was that people had a hard time believing than an Asian-American could play point guard in the NBA. I missed on him, too. I didn’t question the conventional wisdom, even though it didn’t go along with what I saw with my own eyes.”

— They say Lin can’t go to his left. Run that by the Wizards’ John Wall, frozen by Lin’s crossover dribble (and ensuing dunk) last week.

— They say he can’t shoot. At the very least, as he proved in that 38-point outburst against the Lakers, Lin can be a streak shooter of the highest order.

— They say he’ll be flustered by a double-team. The Lakers tried that for a while, but soon abandoned the idea. Lin can expect more such treatment, but as a general tenet, it’s absurd to double-team the point guard. If he has any court sense, and teammates who can score, he’ll burn you more often than not.

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Oh the Lin-Sanity! China Embraces a New Basketball Hero – China Real Time Report – WSJ

 

http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2012/02/07/oh-the-lin-sanity-china-has-a-new-basketball-hero/

Move over Yao Ming, China’s newest basketball hero is … Jeremy Lin?

Lin, a former Harvard star who went undrafted out of college, gives up 14 inches

and roughly a hundred pounds to Yao, the former No. 1 draft pick and recently

retired center of the NBA’s Houston Rockets. He’s also an American by birth, the

California-raised son of Taiwanese immigrants.

Jeremy Lin Could Join Tiger Woods, Michelle Kwan Among Notable Asian-American

Athletes (Photos)

 

http://www.nesn.com/2012/02/jeremy-lin-could-join-tiger-woods-michelle-kwan-among-notable-asian-american-athletes-photos.html

 

The basketball world is stirring after two breakout games by New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin. The first Chinese-American player in the NBA, Lin has averaged 26.5 points and 7.5 assists in his last two games, both Knicks wins.

Lin’s exuberance seems to be just what the Knicks needed as the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI victory threatened to overshadow Carmelo Anthony and company completely. But the Harvard product has a ways to go before he can crack the list of notable Asian-American athletes

Lin gets career-high 38 points, Knicks beat Lakers CCTV News – CNTV English

 

http://english.cntv.cn/program/newshour/20120212/111974.shtml

 

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New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin wrote another chapter to his incredible story this weekend. This time, he outdueled Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers and guided the Knicks to a fourth straight win.

This was Lin’s fourth start for the Knicks and his team has not lost during that stretch. Lin beat Derek Fisher on this play. The Taiwanese-American faced his biggest challenge and the Knicks took a 49-41 lead into the second half.

 

 

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