Brian A. Campos
I came back to 14 Plympton Street to write this parting shot because it seemed appropriate. What I didn’t expect was to be enveloped one last time in the legendary LoveSac, a humongous blue beanbag, here for storage, that has been passed on between generations of Sports editors.
The 128th playing of The Game quickly became all about The Proposal.
But apart from national pride, these athletes have different institutions that they are also representing. For some of them, their roots stem back to Cambridge, Mass., where they went to or currently attend school.
Nothing went right for the New York Knicks Friday night as Jeremy Lin and his teammates dropped their first game ...
Despite the remote location, I made the trip because I figured that, as a senior, it would be my last—and first—chance to go to the NCAA tournament as a student and root for my school.
I’m going to be honest, this would be a much more angry post had it not been for the final half of the second period. After a couple of years of strong performances in the NCAA tournament from the Ancient Eight, this was pretty disappointing. Then Laurent Rivard happened.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—Let me start off by saying that flights from Boston to Albuquerque are not cheap, which forced me (and ...
Jeremy Lin '10 delivered a balanced performance against Kyrie Irving and the Cavs, posting 19 points to go along with 13 assists and one turnover. The Knicks handily beat Cleveland, 120-103.
February, known for its romantic holiday, did not show much love for former Harvard standout Jeremy Lin ’10, as the latest New York Knicks point guard faced several tough tests against both rookie and veteran opposition. But it did mark the beginning of a brand new romance between New York and Lin, who has taken the city—and the globe—by a storm with his out-of-nowhere and much-needed emergence at the point-guard position. Let's take a look back at the point guards who have had their try at stopping Linsanity and determine who got the best of whom:
We've heard all the nicknames and wordplay, but none captures the hype surrounding Jeremy Lin ’10 better than Lin-sanity. Sports fans around the nation—and especially in New York—have a huge case of it, and it's pretty clear why.
It looks like the Knicks will try to extend its Lin-ning streak.
A new year usually brings new beginnings. For No. 5 Harvard men’s squash, the time came for one player to finally make his much-anticipated collegiate debut.
It took almost 30 shots, but the Harvard women’s hockey team found a way to beat Union goalkeeper Kate Gallagher Friday night at the Bright Hockey Center.
The New York Knicks acquired Jeremy Lin ’10 on Tuesday in an attempt to bolster their injury-ridden guard reserve. Seeing as there are several key absences to the Knicks lineup, the former Harvard standout should see playing time right away. But what can Lin expect in the near future?
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