Linsanity Is Over In Current NBA Season
01. April 2012
Every good things always ends!
Sadly, after a great performance in the current National Basketball Association, New York Knicks fast rising point-guard Jeremy Lin will now sit-out the rest of the remaining games in regular season of the top professional basketball league in the planet. The so-called Linsanity is now officially over after the Taiwanese-American point-guard suffered a season ending knee injury which requires surgery.
Lin was very sad with his injury since it put a stop to his blossoming NBA career as a member of the Knicks. The young point-guard said he had worked hard this season and could not finished with a bang because of his injury.
He revealed despite the pain he tried to play, but his injury is just too big to endure, that drove him to have a knee surgery to remedy his injury problem. Lin hoped once his injury heals he can get back to his 100 percent and resume his colorful basketball career. Despite his injury, Lin hoped the Knicks can sustain its winning run and barged inside the NBA playoffs this year.