Monday Morning Point Guard
Since February 4th, nobody has scored more points in the NBA then Jeremy Lin.
And on January 4th, 99 percent of NBA fans had no idea who Jeremy Lin was.
That’s even more Lin-sane.
And because his last name is Lin, three letters that have led to an Lin-ordinate amount of puns, he is the talk of the NBA town right now.
So instead of writing about the Lin-triguing game the Nuggets had last night, a thril-Lin-g overtime loss, I am going to give Lin-to the Lin-sanity.
Here’s as many one Lin-ers as I could think of. Lin-joy!
Jeremy’s quick rise to basketball stardom is Lin-describable.
All he does is Lin, Lin, Lin! Since he became the starter, the Knicks have won seven of eight.
His arrival was just Lin time to save the Knicks season. The Knicks are climbing up the Eastern Conference standings Lin-early. They are now in the playoff hunt.
One of the coolest cats around, he is Lin like Flynn.
His favorite TV show has to be Law and Order: Criminal Lin-tent.
His favorite movie? Probably Cruel Lin-tentions.
His favorite actor must be Lin Diesel.
His least favorite actress must be Lin-dsey Lohan.
New York can play a Lin-side out game now.
He is Lin-sane in the membrane. Cypress Hill would be proud.
Jeremy has a Lin-satiable appetite for competition.
His favorite video game console is most definitely Super Lin-tendo.
His favorite video game character then has to be Lin-k.
There is no question he is the Lin-derella story in the NBA right now.
Sometimes I get Lin-t stuck in my belly button. I just hope it doesn’t get Lin-fected.
Everybody likes eating at LHOP: The Lin-ternational House of Pancakes.
His favorite X-Men of all time is probably Mr. Lin-ister.
Facebook is not as popular as the website Lin-kedin.
If I were a banker, I would Lin-vest in Jeremy.
Basketball fans everywhere are giving him a ringing Lin-dorsement.
Do you know what happens when you combine lunch and dinner? Lin-ner!
Some of the shots he is making are Lin-conceivable.
His pull up three is Lin-credible. Right Lin your face.
Lin-guine is undoubtedly Jeremy’s favorite type of pasta.
It is a shame that Lin-en’s and Things is out of business. I’m sure he loved that store.
He is also very eloquent during Lin-terviews, an expert in Lin-guistics.
Opponents of the Knicks have been forced to Lin and bear it.
I wonder how long this story line will Lin-ger?
As the only Harvard graduate in the NBA, he is obviously very Lin-telligent.
He has a Lin-nate ability of getting to the rack, drawing fouls, and making clutch shots.
Currently he is the most Lin-teresting man in the world, and when he drinks beer, he prefers Dos XX.
His favorite game show of all time? Has to be the old school game show called Lin-go.
Buzz Light Year eat your heart out – Jeremy is going to Lin-finity and beyond.
There has been a significant price Lin-crease in ticket sales at Madison Square Garden.
If you b-Lin-k, he goes right by you.
As an Asian American, he is the Lin-ternational man of mystery.
Because of his race, there have been some Lin-cidents in the media. People have said some things that are Lin-sensitive and politically Lin-correct.
He is averaging mad Lin-utes per game. He played a whopping 46 minutes in their most recent Lin against the Mavs. In that game, he became the first player of all time to have 28 points, 14 assists, and 5 steals in a game against the reigning NBA champion.
A fan of classical music, Jeremy’s favorite Lin-strument is the vio-Lin.
It’s official - the NBA is currently undergoing a Lin-vasion.
He has a Lin-tany of offensive moves, like the sick spin move he pulled off against the Lakers.
Charlie Sheen must be somewhere grinning. All Jeremy has been doing is Linning!
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