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    @NBA: Jeremy Lin gets to the basket on @NBATV! #WeTheNorth 41 #ThunderUp 32 https://t.co/82BtiALqPT

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    @JLew1050: Aren't many players better at drawing charges than Jeremy Lin. I mean, the Raptors have 2 of them (Lowry, Gasol), but there a…

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    @Jane_PhD_Prof: Kawhi passed to Jeremy Lin for a dagger 3 Pass more to my boy, please. https://t.co/Avnt7Pni5x

Jeremy Lin
Brooklyn Nets
Date Of Birth
23 August 1988
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
  • @PopoChung7: Jeremy Lin drawing a charge to stop OKC's 3-on-1 at 88 tie in Q4 G73. #Raptors Josh Lewenberg: Aren't many players better…

  • @JLew1050: Jeremy Lin immediately extends the Raptors lead to 9 and Billy Donovan calls a timeout 18 seconds into the 2nd quarter. Thund…

  • @JFerraraF18: The Raptors Jeremy Lin with the reverse layup for 2, and Lin was fouled in the paint. Non foul call @OfficialNBARefs @NBAO…

  • @ATLLAEV: Trae Young is the Rookie of the Year..He didn't have a bad first half...His minutes were cut to give Jeremy Lin playing time i…

  • Jeremy Lin gets to the basket on @NBATV! #WeTheNorth 41 #ThunderUp 32 https://t.co/82BtiALqPT
    23 Mar @ 12AM

  • Since being signed in mid-February, Jeremy Lin has played 14 games as a Toronto Raptor. First 7 games: 6.3ppg, 2.9apg, 2.6rpg…
    22 Mar @ 1AM

  • #TBT 3 years ago today Jeremy Lin and the @hornets rallied to shock the Spurs and the rest of the NBA with one of the…
    21 Mar @ 3PM

  • Jeremy Lin attacks left and comes back to his right! #WeTheNorth 100 #ThunderUp 89 6:47 remaining on @ESPNNBA https://t.co/wdTU4
    21 Mar @ 2AM

  • Again! Can’t stop watching @JLin7 Jeremy Lin Full Highlights(Defense&Passing&Offense) - Knicks at Raptors ... https://t.co/…
    21 Mar @ 12AM

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  • Three Things to Know: D'Angelo Russell's 27 in fourth sparks Nets 25-point comeback win

    Every day in the NBA there is a lot to unpack, so every weekday morning throughout the season we will give you the three things you need to know from the last 24 hours in the NBA. 1) D'Angelo Russell's 27 in fourth sparks, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson's circus shot completes Nets' 25-point comeback on Kings. Heroes in the NBA can come from the most unlikely places.
    22 Mar @ 3AM

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  • Russell scores career-best 44, Nets rally past Kings

    Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson tried just about everything to kick the Nets into gear. When nothing else worked, D'Angelo Russell and a handful of Brooklyn reserves took over and carried the Nets to an improbable win on their longest road trip of the season. Russell scored 27 of his career-high 44 points in the fourth quarter, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson made a layup with eight-tenths of a second remaining, and the Nets rallied from 28 points down in the second half to beat the Sacramento Kings 123-121 Tuesday night and snap a four-game losing streak.
    20 Mar @ 4PM

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  • Gobert shakes off illness to lead Jazz past Nets, 114-98

    A flu bug kept Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert from feeling at full strength before tipoff and caused him to vomit in the locker room after the game. In between, Gobert did everything in his power to dominate the Brooklyn Nets. Gobert had 23 points and 17 rebounds Saturday in Utah's 114-98 victory, getting his 55th double-double after feeling sick all day.
    17 Mar @ 1PM

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  • Westbrook's triple-double leads Thunder past Nets

    Once Russell Westbrook figured out which of his many skills to focus on, everything changed. Oklahoma City's point guard had 10 of his 11 assists in the second half and posted a triple-double to help the Thunder beat the Brooklyn Nets 108-96 on Wednesday night. Westbrook scored 31 points in his 26th triple-double of the season, but it was the passing that made the difference for the league's assist leader.
    14 Mar @ 12PM

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  • D'Angelo Russell is going after the Most Improved Player award: 'I'm going to win that s---'

    Brooklyn Nets guard D'Angelo Russell feels pretty confident about his chances of taking home the Most Improved Player award. The 23-year-old Russell is so confident, in fact, that he told Anthony Puccio of SNY he wanted to put his prediction on the record. Batter up: Join or create a 2019 Yahoo Fantasy Baseball league for free today] Russell was emphatic about his chances, even throwing in an expletive to get the point across.
    7 Mar @ 1AM

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