Mon, 13 Feb 2012 08:23:03 GMT | By Carlo R. Coloma
Five things you may not have known about Jeremy “Linsanity” Lin

Everyone's going crazy for Jeremy Lin



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Everyone's been going crazy about the NBA's latest Asian sensation, and for good reason. The 6 foot 3 inch (1.91m) point guard of the New York Knicks has been putting on some dazzling performances, including pouring in a career best 38 points in a victory over Kobe Bryant's LA Lakers.

The Taiwanese-American Lin has literally come out of nowhere, and many had pegged him as a career benchwarmer prior to his recent exploits.

Since not much is known about him, we've decided to compile a list of facts that you may not have known about "Linsanity".

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