With time ticking down, basketball sensation (and former bench warmer) Jeremy Lin made a clutch 3-pointer last night to help his team, the New York Knicks, top the Toronto Raptors 90-87. The game-winning shot continues the "Lin-sanity" that's been sweeping the NBA the last week as the 6-3, 200-pound point guard has been on fire, taking his team on a six-game winning streak.
New Yorkers love themselves. And it’s affecting their ability to love their teams.
Here’s something you’ve probably heard before: New York is the greatest city in the world.
Depending on whether or not you can name the five boroughs in between bites of your hero (no, not your hoagie, grinder or submarine), that’s a statement you likely whole-heartedly agree with or reject completely.
Welcome to the second round of the Worst Sports Owners Tournament. We're down to 16 of the craziest owners ever. Some won, but spent other people's money like drunken sailors to do it. Some lost, and made themselves look like spoiled children in doing so. Your mission, should you be brave and intelligent enough to accept it, is to decide which is a more grievous offense.
They all want to talk about “The Shot,” or at least it seems that way to Allan Houston. He doesn’t go two days without hearing someone remind him of the most famous moment of his career. The one that altered careers, salvaged reputations and ultimately earned Houston the richest contract in New York Knicks history.
“I always get people coming up to me and saying, ‘Man, I’ll never forget that shot,’” Houston says. “They remember it like it was yesterday. It’s part of the history of the Knicks, and that’s the cool thing about it. I’m a part of Knicks history.”