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Jeremy Lin Co-Stars In This Delightfully Wacky Taiwanese Music Video

Jeremy Lin relishes any opportunity he gets to do something wild on camera. Just check out this insane trailer for a made-up Anime version of… 199 more words


Jeremy Lin has cameo in Taiwanese music video. Because he can.

You know Jay Chou as “Kato” from the Seth Rogen version of “The Green Hornet.” Well, you know him that way if you’re one of the people who suffered through that disappointing effort. 124 more words


Jeremy Lin stars in Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou’s wacky and amazing music video

Jeremy Lin is in Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou’s new music video, and it’s extremely weird and wonderful. The song translates to “Turkish Ice Cream.” You can turn on the subtitles on YouTube to see the song lyrics in English, if you wish, but the visuals alone are amazing to watch. 81 more words


Lin in the Art of Archery (Part 1)

Basketball, Kung Fu, and the Cold War

Just before the tip off of the 2012 Rookie Game in Orlando, Craig Sager said something very revealing. He was about to interview Ricky Rubio and Jeremy Lin, and, in introducing the two players to his television audience, he described both as having “travelled a long way to get here.”1 Rubio, of course, had recently arrived in the NBA from Spain after a two year delay. 2,025 more words


Jeremy Lin on his summer: "My number 1 priority by far is my jump shot"

Jeremy Lin’s game always has been about the pressure he can create on a defense in transition or coming off the pick-and-roll — he gets to the rim aggressively and can finish fairly well. 308 more words


Continue revealed 4 Vietnam imported online games in August

Game Vietnamese village between August continue to play 4 more new names …

Tay Thien Ky is a tactical role-playing friv reviews turn (turn-based) with 2.5D graphics platform. 398 more words

The Tyler Johnson Conundrum

Of all the gargantuan contracts given out this NBA free agency Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson’s is the most perplexing. It simply makes no sense, at first glance, for a backup guard who struggled to see action behind other rookies. 667 more words