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Jeremy Lin: “Who Powered My Dream?”

Jeremy Lin: “Who Powered My Dream?”

In a Jr. NBA video, Jeremy Lin shared an inspirational video of “Who Powered My Dream?”. Jeremy said, “To have two Asian immigrant parents supporting me to play basketball, it was really rare, so they definitely a power of my dream when I was young.” He credited his dad for introducing the love of playing basketball and working around the clock to raise their family and his mom sacrificed her time to take him to practices and support him to realize his dream. Lin and Jubilee also worked together to create a positive video “Jeremy Lin: The Failure That Pushed Me To Greatness” Jeremy also continues to work hard in the offseason to rebuild his body @JLin7 put... »

Support Jeremy Lin’s Rehab With A Purpose

Support Jeremy Lin’s Rehab With A Purpose

Good Spirit In typical Jeremy’s positive and charitable fashion, Jeremy managed to show great spirit in his rehab to inspire “Rehab with A Purpose” campaign to support One Day’s Wage campaign to empower girls globally through education projects. Last year, he and his fans managed to raise $157K together from his one-game wage and fans donation. Fans can continue to support his worthy cause to make an impact globally through this link by making simple gift starting from $7 If you missed it yesterday, we hung out with @JLin7 to hear about his recovery & his current campaign to empower girls. Check it out and use your voice, time, and resources to make a difference t... »

Progressing Young Nets and Lin’s Future Scenario in 2018-19 Season

Progressing Young Nets and Lin’s Future Scenario in 2018-19 Season

Mid-way through the season, the young Nets continue to progress while being ranked 13th in the Eastern Conference standing with 17-29 record. Playoff seems to be out of reach with the 8th place Bucks possessing 23-22 record. Nets is 6.5 games behind with the schedule getting more difficult after the soft December schedule. Rebuilding Nets with Young Talent To be fair, Coach Kenny Atkinson has done a marvelous job in developing young players (Dinwiddie, LeVert) in the absence of their top two players (Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell) and integrating new players (Jahlil Okafor and Nik Stauskas). Losing their defensive leader in Trevor Booker in December 2017 trade with the 76ers did not ... »

G22-G36 Brooklyn Nets 15-Game Stretch in Dec 2017 Offers Best Chance to Reach 0.500

G22-G36 Brooklyn Nets 15-Game Stretch in Dec 2017 Offers Best Chance to Reach 0.500

The Nets record entering December 2017 is 8-13 which is not too bad considering the slew of injuries that have occurred to their top players such as Jeremy Lin, D’Angelo Russell in most games. Rondae-Hollis Jefferson, Alan Crabbe, Trevor Booker, and Jarrett Allen also did not play in some games due to injuries. The Nets is ranked 12th in the Eastern Conference with 8-13 record so they would their work cut out for them if they still have hope to reach the eighth seed to qualify for a playoff spot. There is a 15-game stretch in December for the Nets and only 6 are against possible playoff teams (Wizards, Knicks, Raptors, Spurs, Celtics) currently in the Top 8 of their conference. It migh... »

Off-Topic: Fun and Inspirational

Off-Topic: Fun and Inspirational

This is off-topic from Jeremy Lin news so you may share your inspirational/FUN videos/links/Clean Jokes. Everyone can use Linspiration everyday, right? 🙂 »

Off-Topic: Latest NEWS

Off-Topic: Latest NEWS

This if off-topic from Jeremy Lin news so we may discuss latest news, Sports, topics, etc. Note: Please be respectful and disagree respectfully if things get heated.      »

G19-21 Three-Game Road Trip to Memphis, Houston, and Dallas

G19-21 Three-Game Road Trip to Memphis, Houston, and Dallas

Jeremy Lin is doing well in his recovery and was enjoying hotpot meal with his family IG Story: Ya its def fresh seafood lol@JLin7 enjoying some nice hot pot with his family at LaoJie Hotpot in Brooklyn. pic.twitter.com/A1HkyzfoUi — infinity88 (@linfinity88) November 26, 2017 Espn Preview Two teams struggling due in large part to injuries at the point guard position square off Sunday when the Brooklyn Nets visit the Memphis Grizzlies. The Nets will once again be without D’Angelo Russell and Jeremy Lin when they seek to snap a three-game losing streak in the opener of a three-game trip. The Grizzlies, meanwhile, have dropped seven straight, including five in a row since Mike Conle... »

G18 Portland Trailblazers (10-8) vs Brooklyn Nets (6-11)

G18 Portland Trailblazers (10-8) vs Brooklyn Nets (6-11)

@JLin7(Weibo):Happy Thankgiving !!!! pic.twitter.com/I9TjqbkDkD — Penny Lee (@penny10654) November 24, 2017 Espn Preview .. In winning six of their first 10 games, the Blazers averaged 107.2 points while shooting 39.4 percent from 3-point range and getting to the line 26.4 times. In the last eight, those numbers are 94.6 points, 36.7 from 3 (42.9 percent overall) and 19.4 free throws per game, which was a point of contention for Lillard on Wednesday. “I go to the rim a lot,” he said after matching a season low with three free-throw attempts. “I’m getting smacked in my head, smacked on my shooting hand when I’m going to the basket. Guys knocking me to the g... »

G17 Brooklyn Nets (6-10) vs Cleveland Cavaliers (10-7)

G17 Brooklyn Nets (6-10) vs Cleveland Cavaliers (10-7)

When everyone asked me why I drew @jlin7 like a beauty man or idol, and I keep explaining he dose look good! Just check out his @adidas photos~ lol#brooklyn #jeremylin #bklyn #portrait #Nyc #newyork #nets #nba #illustration #illustrator #art #adidas pic.twitter.com/1XeYrsWITZ — Yu-Ming Huang 黃昱銘 (@ymhuang_illos) November 22, 2017 Espn Preview …Brooklyn drained 17 shots from beyond the arc that night and stunned the Cavs, who led by a point with 1:03 left. It was the first loss in an early-season tailspin for Cleveland, the three-time defending East champs who ended up losing four straight. The Cavs (10-7) enter their rematch against the Nets on Wednesday riding a five-game winnin... »

G16 GS Warriors (12-4) vs Brooklyn Nets (6-9)

G16 GS Warriors (12-4) vs Brooklyn Nets (6-9)

Can the Nets surprise the league by beating the Durant-less Warriors? Kevin Durant: Left ankle sprain, out tonight vs Nets, per Warriors.…now to monitor his status in lead-up to Wednesday's game in OKC. — Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 19, 2017 Espn Preview “Love it,” Carroll said. “Like I tell all these guys, this is what you live for. It’s going to be a packed house. We don’t know how many of them — Brooklyn Nets fans — we’ll have. But at the end of the day, this is where you show and improve. Just like we did against Cleveland, everybody doubted us and counted us out, but we gotta go out and show who we are.”... »