Didnt want him to get even a sniff of PT.
it's the front office and coaches decision,
not Lin's , cant blame Jeremy on this one folks
This turn of events makes me wonder if Lin had incurred a setback during the rehab....... For a while, it seemed like he might play in Game 4, now it's certain that he wouldn't be able to play the entire series..........
I agree with some posters. It was originally said that he will be out no earlier than 6 weeks. That's already after the first round. Besides, there's no way we're beating Miami so why rush and risk it?
Agree. I don't think this is up to Lin. We all know every decision is done by the management and the coach. It's not like he can insist if the management says he should rest, recover and train for next season. Besides, he's never played in over a month not to mention he'd be facing the toughest team. Training and therapy is different than the actual brutal game against the Heat.
Guys. I posted this before. WHERE IS THE SOURCE?
EDIT: I found the source, but next time someone posts information like this, they really need to include link to source
Even if he returned, the team hasnt played with him in the lineup for over a month. he wouldnt help, if anything he would hurt the team and himself.
.... stay on that bench, lose the Urkel glasses, and get better JLin
Keep Lin out for the playoffs unless we are in the ECF or something we don't need him rushing back, only to re-injure himself and keep him out an extended period of time
^^he's a spammer, look at his other post.
I don't think Lin is that good of a ''Point Guard''. Can he get any better? who knows. But what the knicks need is a ''True Point Guard''. Someone like Rondo, Chris Paul, or maybe even a Rubio (can't really shoot though). These types of point guards can create and find the open man.
And I think Knicks fan's got to see what happens, when Lin goes up against a real championship team like MIAMI. He got SHUTDOWN.