Jeremy Lin – Recent Upset
“Jeremy Lin’s lengthy recovery from knee surgery is going to cost the New York Knicks a playoff run.
According to Ian Begley of ESPN New York, the star, Jeremy Lin, himself said he doesn’t believe the healing process is going fast enough to allow him to return for the Knicks’ first-round series.
Before Knicks’- Bulls game Jeremy Lin said “I think unless something goes really well I wouldn’t get there”
New York isn’t even 100 percent sure they will qualify for the postseason yet. They are sitting just two games ahead of the Milwaukee Bucks, with eight match-ups left for each of them.
However, the Knickerbockers got a huge win on Wednesday night over the Bucks and are in control of their own destiny at this point.
Jeremy Lin – Replacing for now
New York having hesitations either they will be eligible for the postseason so far or not. With Jeremy Lin healing from his injury
that might take some time from now. They are setting two games ahead, with 8 match-ups left for each of them with Milwaukee
Bucks. If they assume to push into the coming playoffs they will get into trouble as their best player is suffering from a knee ache. Although the Knickerbockers got an enormous win over Bucks on Wednesday and are in control of their own destiny at that point. Knicks might have found a new PG, the another option instead of Lin is Stoudemire who is also mislaid because of back problem right before the playoffs which is going to cost them a shot at contending.
Jeremy Lin – An Expected Grand Come-Back
No matter how bad the injury, Jeremy is young, fit and supple. He is expected to make a full recovery and personally I think that this will happen sooner rather than later. At 23, all his career is still ahead of his. My personal prediction is that 10 years from now as we look back on his career, Jeremy Lin will be one of the best basketball players to have ever walked this earth.
- Jeremy Lin Needs Surgery: New York Knicks Star out for Regular Season(bleacherreport.com)
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