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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
    IMO you answered your question yourself, he played only 20 games which means he wasn't prepared to play the minutes he played under such a pressure. C'mon, he barely played pro basketball in almost a year, so when he had to start and play significant minutes his knees gave up. If you didn't do anything but jerked off on your coach for a year and then started running some heavy miles every morning I guarantee you sooner than later you're gonna be a dead man walking.
    Hmmm... Note to self. Do not run heavy miles.

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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
    IMO you answered your question yourself, he played only 20 games which means he wasn't prepared to play the minutes he played under such a pressure. C'mon, he barely played pro basketball in almost a year, so when he had to start and play significant minutes his knees gave up. If you didn't do anything but jerked off on your coach for a year and then started running some heavy miles every morning I guarantee you sooner than later you're gonna be a dead man walking.
    Well said, +1 rep.

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    Lin's presence will be missed in close games late in the 4th quarter....... He's the most clutch player on the Knicks.

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    don't know about most clutch. but def clutch.

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    UPDATE: Saturday, April 7, 11:15 a.m. ET by Donald Wood

    While the Knicks struggle to get into the playoffs, they will face the reminder of the regular season without point guard Jeremy Lin in the lineup after undergoing knee surgery.

    Marc Berman is reporting to the New York Post about the team’s timetable for the star's return to the lineup and Lin’s own timetable:

    Lin is aiming to return for the first round of the playoffs, but his official diagnosis has him targeted for the second.

    The team believes he will be back in the second round of the playoffs if New York makes it, but Lin believes he can come back sooner. This is a classic case of the player thinking he can come back sooner than the trainers will allow him.

    Lin is better off sitting out and extending his career instead of trying to play hero.
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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
    IMO you answered your question yourself, he played only 20 games which means he wasn't prepared to play the minutes he played under such a pressure. C'mon, he barely played pro basketball in almost a year, so when he had to start and play significant minutes his knees gave up. If you didn't do anything but jerked off on your coach for a year and then started running some heavy miles every morning I guarantee you sooner than later you're gonna be a dead man walking.

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    Originally Posted by tkrieger
    Lin's presence will be missed in close games late in the 4th quarter....... He's the most clutch player on the Knicks.
    Melo is the clutchest player in the league

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    Lin should be healthy enough for the finals

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    Originally Posted by YuvalNYC
    I would rather a 100% Lin in 6 weeks rather than 70% in 4.
    co-sign. you dont play around with knee injuries and I do not want him rushing back

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