And I don’t understand why. He is not a one hit wonder. While everyone was busy wondering when Linsanity would end, he was out on the court delivering a SOLID performance every night. He may not have been the biggest scorer but he was delivering. In the games he played with the Knicks while he was healthy he averaged 14.6 PPG, 3.1 RPG, and 6.2 APG. If you’re gonna tell me Jeremy Lin isn’t cut out to play in the NBA then I don’t know if we’re even watching the same league. Yes, when Melo and Stat came back, Jeremy did take a back seat, he became the playmaker and not the play. But that’s perfectly fine. Jeremy Lin is a point guard and that’s why the team has guys like Amare and Carmelo to score. I don’t see how Lin is a “one hit wonder” when he did deliver SEVEN stellar games during the team’s run in February, and followed up that seven game run with solid performances. If anything, it shows that Jeremy is here for the long run even after all the headlines fade.