NY Times Review: Linsanity Lights Up Manhattan

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NY Times Review: Linsanity Lights Up Manhattan
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It was only 20 months ago, but seems far more distant: that stretch in February 2012 when Jeremy Lin, a relative unknown from the end of the bench, took over as a guard for the New York Knicks and promptly tore through the N.B.A. He scored more points in his first five starts than any other player in nearly 40 years, peaking with 38 against the Los Angeles Lakers (Kobe Bryant managed only 34 that night).

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