Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by MOFvsLOF, Nov 4, 2012.
I'm creating a poll to find out people's knowledge on Lin's game.
I picked him up in fantasy basketball last year a couple games into "Linsanity". i watched probably 10-12 games of Jeremy Lin. Definitely not enough games to get a "true" grip on the man's game, but overall I think it's pretty obvious that he's not a fluke. He's played very nice these first 3 games of the season, and while he's not scoring as much, he's letting the game come to him. He's not trying to recreate that month of Linsanity in New York. He knows Harden is the top option, and he's playing like a true playmaker and knocking down some open shots. Overall I'm happy with him so far
How many games did you see the Rockets play last season, or the season before that, or the season before that, or the season before that.
I wanna find out people's knowledge on the Houston Rockets
What does it matter? I'm a Lin fan but this is ridiculous. It's what he will do for the Rockets moving forward that matter.
I only watch Houston Rockets games, and another game only if it's on TV while I am at a restaurant or an airport or something. So 0 full Lin games.
Did I miss anything?
Injuries, a bacterial infection.
you also missed the amazing squid, the departure of teflon don
I saw over 40 Knicks games last season, including all of Lin's.
I also watched about 30 Rockets games, 40 or so OKC games, and 30 or 40 Spurs games. A handful of Lakers' games. Maybe 15 or 20 Raptors games. Maybe 10 Heat games. And 5 or 10 Celtics games.
I follow the Knicks because I'm a Knicks fan.
I've been a long fan of Morey (stats gearhead).
I LOVE the way OKC has built their team... and Durant/Harden/Westbrook -- what was NOT to love?
I just have mad respect for the Spurs team, Pops, the entire Spurs organization, and I love watching Duncan and TP play. Duncan is like a freaking ballerina on the court. It's like watching basketball poetry in motion.
I find the Raptors intriguing. After years in the dumps, I think they were really coming into their own under Casey last season. I really enjoyed their change to a defensive mindset.
And even though I dislike the C's with a passion, I respect their talent and coaching. Not to mention they ARE rivals so I feel obligated to see how they're playing now and then. Aside from that, I like to watch Rondo... that boy can pass like nobody's business.
My poor internet connection... :grin:
I saw this game because it was on NBA League Pass
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I watched all of Lin's games last season. Also, all of Lin's games while he was at Golden State. I'm guessing that a majority of active people on Clutchfans watched all of his games last season.
I didn't watch the Knicks because the Knicks suck.
That is not a very astute guess, ijs..
He wasn't on the Rockets, so why would you think that?
ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz Sorry too sad by the lost to be drawn into another battle.
Happy hating folks.
I watched every game of Rockets in last decade and all games of Lin last year. He's not 100% now, and he should be back. But the heavy minutes and minor injuries of him and Harden worries me. We are not contending anytime soon, and we are risking our future.
I like your attitude sir
He wasn't on the Rockets so no.
I watched a 3-4 Knicks games when Lin was the starter.