Linhuman?

Feb. 23, 2012; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) and New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin (17) during the second half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

Well thanks to the Heat, the Linning streak is over. The Knicks break-out star proved he’s human after all with a tough loss. What does this mean now? It means nothing! This is just one game, ladies and gentlemen. This was a good game for Lin to learn from. He went against one of the best teams in the NBA with one of the best defenses.

Now the Knicks can go back to playing ball with less distractions. The Knicks have a little break before they play the Cavs and during this break, the team can get some good practices. Hopefully, the Knicks can figure out a way to feature Amar’e more on the pick and roll. Also during this break, Baron Davis can work off some more of the rust. Additionally, JR Smith will finally be able to practice with the team.

As for Lin, he will bounce back from his lackluster performance against the Heat and continue his strong play. Every player in the NBA has a bad game whether you’re a superstar or not. And this kid is not a fluke. I see a nice future for him in the NBA and hopefully, it will all be with the NY Knicks. I look forward to the second half of the season. I’m sure you guys are excited as well. Next time around, we’ll be ready for the Heat and Lin will be Linsational!

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