It’s Time to Admit That Jeremy Lin is the Greatest Player in NBA History
After just one week as a starter, Jeremy Lin has led the New York Knicks to a perfect 5-0 record.
“As far as I’m concerned, he’s cemented himself as a first-ballot Hall of Famer,” remarked teammate Carmelo Anthony. “It’ll be interesting to see if he can keep his winning percentage at a hundred percent throughout his career.”
Lin, the first Asian-American starter in NBA history, is averaging 26.8 points and eight assists, with a 58 percent shooting percentage. If he keeps that up for another 26 seasons, the 23-year old Harvard graduate will become basketball’s career leader in all three categories.
“You can’t argue with statistics,” an always-humble Michael Jordan told OMGG.com. “I guess I’ll just have to settle for being the second-greatest player of all time.”
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