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In February 2012, an entire nation of basketball fans unexpectedly went 'Linsane.' Stuck in the mire of a disappointing season, the New York Knicks did what no other NBA team had thought about doing. They gave backup point guard Jeremy Lin an opportunity to prove himself. He took full advantage, scoring more points in his first five NBA starts than any other player in the modern era, and created a legitimate public frenzy in the process. Prior to this now-legendary run, Lin had faced adversity in his career at every turn. He wasn't offered a scholarship by any major university, nor was he drafted by any NBA team after a standout collegiate career at Harvard.Written by
This documentary began filming in 2010, two years before Jeremy Lin became a media sensation nicknamed "Linsanity" with the New York Knicks. Lin was a rookie for the Golden State Warriors at the start of filming. See more »
I'm just out there having fun and playing a game, I can have bad games and you know they may not like me or they may boo me, but there's a lot more important things in life than just basketball because at the end of the day basketball is just a game. What happened to me is just a story, I mean it wasn't like I knew I'd come off that bench and just do that, I really didn't I thought I could play on this level and I thought I could play at this level I didn't feel that would happen and some of ...
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This is a documentary film about the rise of Asian American basketball player Jeremy Lin. The director had filmed Lin since he was a star college basketball player at Harvard University and during his early struggles in the NBA. The movie is well made. The store is very inspiring. The making of 'Linsanity' is almost as amazing as Jeremy Lin's sudden rise to worldwide fame. The movie also showed what a lovely person Lin is and what a loving family Lin's family is. I enjoyed it very much. Actually, I have watched the movie three times in my Amazon video library. It's super cool. I especially suggest kids to watch it.
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