Jeremy Lin was back where it all began Thursday night.
Five years after “Linsanity,” the point guard from Harvard was back playing at Madison Square Garden, this time as a member of the Brooklyn Nets.
Though the Nets point guard doesn’t get too caught up in playing on the court that catapulted his career.
“At this point, not really. Maybe my first time back, maybe my second time back,” Lin said. “Each time it gets a little more diluted in terms of, like, more time has gone pass beyond like five or six years ago.”
Lin finished with 15 points, eight assists and four rebounds in a 121-110 victory over the Nets’ intra-city rival Knicks, their second win over them this week.
“Two wins in a few days is already special enough,” Lin said. “I don’t say that to make fun of ourselves but it is important for us to see success and do better.”
Published at Fri, 17 Mar 2017 13:11:09 +0000