“I think we’re getting more mature as a team and as individuals. We’re understanding not to panic and to get back to what we do best.”
--Jeremy Lin, Houston Rockets, who has led his team to a 31-26 record in the NBA.
He is averaging 12.8 points and 6.2 assists per game this season. The Rockets are noticing what a good job Lin is doing, fitting into what the team is trying to do. This includes fast-breaks, pick-and-rolls, and spreading the floor for open jump shots. They are considered the fastest team in the league.
“He’s done a lot better job keeping us in our offense. He’s keeping us in our sets and doing all those little things that Coach was emphasizing.”
--Chandler Parsons, Houston Rockets forward.
Excerpts taken from www.nytimes.com, "Lin Does a lot by Not Doing Too Much" by Beckley Mason (February 24, 2013).
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