Lin and Knicks Finally Lose

Since he finally lost, we’re not going to use any Lin-words anymore—besides, the Harvard grad is seeking legal protection. Jeremy Lin and The New York Knicks fell to the New Orleans Hornets Friday night, snapping a win-streak and temporarily ending the young Asian-American’s meteoric rise. Lin had a stellar game, scoring 26 points and adding five assists and four steals, though his nine turnovers (something he’s been criticized for) proved costly. "I don't think this is good because I hate losing," Lin said, blaming himself for being “careless.” Meanwhile, the basketball star has applied for a trademark on the term “Linsanity.”