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The Indiana Pacers Want to Make Sure Nobody Pulls a Stoudemire

Austin Croshere may have retired as a member of the Spurs, but he will always be a Pacer.  The Providence graduate was drafted by the Pacers in 1997 and played in Indiana until he was traded to Dallas in 2006

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What Happened to Linsanity?

A short time ago in a galaxy far, far away I was a business and economics student (not a very good one, but that's neither here nor there).  There is a theory in business and marketing that every product has a 'life-cycle

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Asian American Journalists Association Warns Members of the Media to Avoid Lazy Stereotypes When Covering Jeremy Lin

On the heels of an insensitive ESPN headline regarding Jeremy Lin, the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has released a series of guidelines to help media members avoid similar pitfalls.

The AAJA warns journalists

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New York Knicks Sideline Reporter Jill Martin – Crush Of The Day

Forget about all this Linsanity stuff, we have a bad case of ‘Jillsanity,’ as in Jill Martin.  She’s the smoking hot sideline reporter for the New York Knicks. 

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Who’s Cashing In on Jeremy Lin’s Success? — Dollars and Sense

Unless you’ve been involved in a total media blackout, you’ve likely heard about Jeremy Lin — aka “Linsation” — the New York Knicks guard who’s such an on-court phenomenon that TV ratings of Knicks games have jumped 70 percent, causing the publicly traded stock of Madison Square Garden, where the team plays, to hit a 52-week high.

But Wall Street isn’t the only one profiting from all the hype.

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Linsane in the Membrane

It's the feel good story of this year thus far.  New York Knicks sudden superstar Jeremy Lin has become an overnight success.  This is why you have to love sports in general.  Lin was as well known as I am a few weeks ago, and now he is arguably the biggest superstar in the NBA!

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It’s Hard Not To Get Caught Up in Linsanity

As a lifetime New York Knicks fan, sure the last week has been great. Earlier this month, the Knicks were going nowhere and Mike D'Antoni's job status as head coach was murky at best.

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Why Amare and Melo Can Co-exist With Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin has taken the NBA by storm.  The story started with a seemingly innocuous win over the lowly Nets on February 4th.  Lin came off the bench to lead the Knicks with 25 points in New York's 99-92 victory

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Jeremy Lin Revitalizes the New York Knicks — Weekly NBA Roundup [VIDEO]

The Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder hold the best record in their respective conferences as the NBA has reached the 30-games played mark. Here’s what’s going on in the NBA this week:

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New York Knicks Guard Jeremy Lin and Five Other Superstar Athletes Who Went to Harvard

New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin is lighting up the league with his stellar play, propelling the Knicks back from the brink of yet another disappointing season.

But you can’t talk about Lin without mentioning his alma mater, Harvard University, from which he graduated in 2010 with a 3.1 GPA. Here’s a look at how some other Harvard alumni have fared in their respective professional sports:

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