Today’s Jeremy Lin Roundup

Brian Windhorst says the Heat made it a point to not let Lin have a good game – [ESPN]

Linda Robertson says the Heat’s ferocious defense was too much for Lin – [Miami Herald]

People reports that Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow have had conversations in the past couple weeks – [People]

Bomani Jones says the onus is on Mike D’Antoni and Jeremy Lin to find a way to make Carmelo shine – [SB Nation]

Ian Thomsen has a great recap of last night’s game – [Sports Illustrated]

Sebastian Pruiti has a great technical breakdown of how to guard the Knicks pick-and-roll with Lin – [Grantland]

Today’s tabloid covers weren’t kind to Jeremy – [NY Daily News & NY Post courtesy Jimmy Traina]

Barry Petchesky hints that the Heat’s defense might be an all-time great collection of talent – [Deadspin]


Today’s Jeremy Lin Roundup

Mike Vaccaro unearths the nugget of the year from Udonis Haslem explaining how Lin actually had a prayer answered (MUST-READ) – [New York Post]

This writer says the explanation of the fired ESPN headline writer is selfish and manipulative – [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

Wired explains why Jeremy Lin is so popular among nerds and geeks [Wired]

Nike re-negotiated Lin’s deal and you  can expect him to be heavily marketed in the coming year, especially in Asia – [New York Daily News]

Joseph Goodman has a preview of tonight’s much anticipated Knicks-Heat matchup – [Miami Herald]

Beckley Mason describes an interesting phenomenon arising in pickup basketball games and what it means in a broader context – [Hoopspeak]


Today’s Jeremy Lin Roundup

SI’s media critic Richard Deitsch weighs in on the racism controversies of ESPN and Fox Sports, respectively – [Sports Illustrated]

UFC’s Dana White decided to give his opinion on Floyd Mayweather’s comments about Lin – [Yahoo! Sports]

Jay Caspian Kang describes the reasons Lin is so important to the Asian-American community, even if it’s unfair to Jeremy – [Grantland]

Dave Zirin argues that America still has a long way to go with the discussion of race and ethnicity and Lin is helping to point that out – [The Nation]

Former rapper Luther Campbell (aka Uncle Luke of University of Miami fame) has some hilarious advice for Jeremy Lin – [Miami New-Times]

Lin grabbed another SI cover story – [Sports Illustrated]

The Harvard newspaper chatted with Lin’s two best friends from college about his time there and how he’s dealing with everything now – [The Harvard Crimson]


And This Is Today’s Jeremy Lin Roundup

Mike Wise says Lin is helping to educate America about the racial stereotypes that were often overlooked with Asians in this country – [Washington Post]

Deron Williams admits to Adrian Wojnarowski that he definitely made it a point to destroy Lin last night [Yahoo! Sports]

Gilbert Arenas (!) talks about his friendship with Jeremy and how he destroyed him at the All-Warrior game [SI]

Zach Lowe has a must-read breakdown on how potentially dangerous the Knicks offense can be based on last night’s game, even though New York came up way short of their potential – [The Point Forward]

Bethlehem Shoals says Lin has to figure out how to utilize Anthony in Mike D’Antoni’s offense – [GQ]

Charles Pierce wishes people would stop turning Lin into whatever they want him to be and just let him play – [Grantland]


Today’s Roundup Of Jeremy Lin Articles

Lin made a public plea to the Taiwanese media to leave his family alone – [Yahoo! Sports]

Howard Beck has a terrific recap of yesterday’s win over the Mavericks – [New York Times]

Mike Vaccaro can see the pieces coming together on this Knicks team – [New York Post]

Bomani Jones says it’s on Lin to figure out how to get Carmelo involved – [SB Nation]

The ESPN editor who posted the offensive headline last week explains himself – [New York Daily News]

The basketball ombudsman Adrian Wojnarowski weighs in on the debate of whether Lin is exceptionally talented or the beneficiary of the system the Knicks run – [Yahoo! Sports]

I think it’s safe to say Joe Posnanski is tired of the Lin puns – [SI]

Ken Berger discusses how Lin is taking advantage of Mike D’Antoni’s system – [CBS Sports]