Not really - he keeps playing at the current level with the team winning then statistically he'll go down as one of the best point guards irregardless of the turnovers. 28 points, +50% FG% and 14 assists??
With that said, it was his first night facing Dallas and that sort of trapping defense so in theory he could possibly keep improving. Still can't believe he's this good. Knicks look to be unbelievably lucky picking him up.
You really think he's going to average 25/10 and 50% fg for his career? Lin is amazing and playing in under MDA he can easily keep up 20/10 but to think Lin is going to be an MVP calibre player year in year out is too much of a stretch for me, at the moment.