No more Linsanity

Posted: July 18, 2012 in 愚人谬语
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at least in NYC, but the story of Jeremy Lin will continue …

Those loyal Knicks fans must be insane when they blamed Lin for seeking the best deal he could get. It is like a husband who is fucking his mistress while expecting his housewife to be loyal to him.

NBA is a true business. Owners trade players like stocks. Loyalty? Don’t be stupid.

To stay in a locker room that will be almost surely filled by jealousy, contributed by at least Mr. Smith, that’s terrible. If Lin doesn’t match the expectation, by the way, anyone know where the expectation exactly is, one can imagine how ugly things will be.

Congrats to Lin!

  1. Chris Ross says:

    I think Jeremy Lin can do big things in Houston if given a decent personnel. He started out with the Knicks without Melo and Stoudemire so he just needs some pieces. The Rockets have totally decimated their roster so he might struggle mightily in year one if they don’t get him some help but a high lottery pick could change all of that. I definitely don’t see him falling flat on his face but he probably won’t be worth the money in terms of just him as a basketball player though. Also, could you please take a gander over at my blog cuz I wanna know what you have to say

    • xiaojierc says:

      I don’t think he worth that much either. It’s a tough choice for James Dolan. Considering Anthony and Smith have left their word there, i think it’s still a win win for both.

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