The Viking Magazine

Rocket Man: Linsanity takes flight in Houston

Rocket Man: Linsanity takes flight in Houston

Chris Smith, Staff Writer

December 15, 2012

During last year’s NBA season and even after, many expected that Linsanity would find a permanent home in New York, but that was not the case as the Knicks shockingly decided not to re-sign worldwide sensation Jeremy Lin (‘06). As a result, Lin signed a three-year deal with the Houston Rockets worth...

Sunday Mornings with Jeremy

Michael Strong

April 20, 2012

Some might remember Jeremy Lin as the kid who led the Palo Alto varsity boys’ basketball team to a state title back in 2006. Or maybe they remember him as the man who scored an impressive 30 points against the 13th ranked UConn Huskies in 2009, slamming home two massive dunks on Harvard’s way to a...

New York Knicks smash Portland Trailblazers, 121-79: Verbatim

New York Knicks smash Portland Trailblazers, 121-79: Verbatim

Jonny Glazier and Hilda Huang, Staff Writer and Copy Editor

March 14, 2012

[NEW YORK CITY] - In the wake of the New York Knicks' head coach Mike D'Antoni's resignation, Mike Woodson captured his first win as the new Head Coach in a 121-79 rout of the Portland Trailblazers. The 42-point win was the biggest margin of victory in the history of the Knicks' franchise's history....

I hate to say it but…

I hate to say it but…

Peter Dennis, Columnist

February 23, 2012

…but Jeremy Lin (’06) is in for a rough few weeks. I know how foreign that may sound, what with him leading the before-terrible Knicks to wins in 8 out of their last 10 games, including a 7 game winning streak. Yes, he has scored the most points in his first 6 games since the NBA/ABA merger in ’76....

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