Sure, it’s only summer league, and it’s just one game, but Harvard grad Jeremy Lin put on a show last night against the No. 1 pick in the draft, John Wall. Even though Dallas lost, Lin played his best game of the summer, finishing with 13 points. A fan put together a highlight package from the game, and please note the enthusiasm in the voice of analyst Chris Webber: “he’s going to be an NBA fan favorite.” Lin’s best move comes at the 3:05 mark. Wall finished 4-for-19, but did register 21 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists.
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