We finally have a solid point-guard now, and with Carmelo Anthony we could go all the way.
You might've uttered those words during the 2011–12 NBA season if you were a New York Knicks fan. That's when former Knickerbocker Jeremy Lin went on an offensive tear and had fans in Madison Square Garden going crazy.
Lin plays for the Beijing Ducks in the Chinese Basketball Association these days. He recently spoke with MSG Network about that season and expressed his biggest regret about it.
"My biggest regret is that I didn’t soak in every second of that experience. That’s my biggest regret," he explained. "My biggest regret is that I was too immature and young to really learn how to not take that for granted. I was so set on the next season and rehabbing from my injury and what I wanted to happen next that I couldn’t stay in the moment and just appreciate that, and appreciate New York for who New York was and what New York did for me, who all those fans were, and what that meant. It was so special.”
Do you think the Knicks will ever win a championship as long James Dolan is at the helm?