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Video: Jeremy Lin, Landry Fields explain their handshake

Mar 16, 2012, 2:30 PM EDT

Mike Woodson might be trying to kill off “Linsanity” but we’re not done with it yet… well, actually, we kind of are with the hype. Truth be told. We’re just not sure the coming Baron Davis era is really a great improvement.

What we are still down with is the Jeremy Lin/Landry Fields pregame handshake. And here they are to explain it to you, and how it ties into the Yellow Pages.

Thanks to The Basketball Jones for finding this.

  1. lmoneyfresh - Mar 16, 2012 at 3:42 PM

    I would really like to have those 2 minutes of my life back…

    • losangelasbasketball - Mar 16, 2012 at 6:53 PM

      thanks for the heads up… didn’t watch it…

  2. 91devinhester23 - Mar 16, 2012 at 5:57 PM

    Video: Jeremy Lin trying to milk the last seconds of his 15 minutes

  3. dslmn - Mar 18, 2012 at 1:39 AM

    You guys are dreaming if you think that taking Lin out of the lineup for Baron Davis and trying to win with Anthony and Stoudamire will work. You need a basketball each for Davis and Anthony, Stoudamire can play in any system. Baron Davis had great players around him at GS and could not win. And the Knicks will go nowhere until Anthony learns to play team defense and commit to playing individual defense. If George Karl couldn’t take a CA led team anywhere with the supporting players he had around him at Denver, I don’t think Woodson can do any better. And his brand of one on one isolation basketball is boring, stupid, and ultimately useless once the playoffs begin. Didn’t anybody learn anything from watching Phil Jackson win championships with Chicago and LA? Jeremy Lin makes everyone around him better when he’s on the court. Carmelo Anthony makes everyone worse.

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