There might be evidence, based on how Jeremy Lin was dunking the ball, that he was NOT 100 percent while with the Knicks............

There is video footage of J Lin doing reverse and two-handed dunks prior to being on the Knicks......... (The second video, he was receiving "alley-oop" passes, although didn't quite dunk one.)

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While with the Knicks, Lin did dunk, but rarely and only of the vanilla "straight to the basket" variety......... The last dunk (against Toronto), Lin barely got high enough to get the ball over the rim.......

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But now, as a member of the Houston Rockets (and since the meniscus repair in his knee), there is footage of J Lin once again doing reverse dunks.........

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I've never seen J Lin dunk like that in a Knicks uniform. In practice or in a game.

Now I am not concluding that Jeremy Lin was unequivocally not at 100 percent while with the Knicks, but there is some compelling evidence that it might have been the case. Which, in the wake of Lin's success with the Knicks, could be scary in regard to how he might perform at 100 percent.

But unfortunately, we will only find out with Jeremy Lin as a Houston Rocket.