Jeremy Lin’s “Unselfish Basketball”

Fred Barnes at The Weekly Standard ran a great review of my recent book, “Jeremy Lin: The Reason for the Linsanity.”  It begins thus: There’s a big hole in the National Basketball Association playoffs. A riveting storyline went AWOL. A level of excitement that might have gripped the final playoff series this week is sadly [Read More...]

Jeremy Lin is No Tim Tebow

At the end of last week, I published the first installment and the second installment in the Introduction to “Jeremy Lin: The Reason for the Linsanity.”  Please consider whether anyone you know might enjoy receiving this book and hearing the story. * INTRODUCTION – THIRD INSTALLMENT * The objective of this book is to understand [Read More...]

The Only Person Who Could Bring Obama and Palin Together

Yesterday I posted the first portion of the Introduction to Jeremy Lin: The Reason for the Linsanity (now available at Amazon in print and digital versions). Below is the second, middle installment. * INTRODUCTION – SECOND INSTALLMENT * The seven-game winning streak was a vision to behold. Jeremy entered the game and the momentum slowly [Read More...]

When Jeremy Lin’s Life Was Poised on a Pivot

Over the next several days, I am going to publish the Introduction to Jeremy Lin: The Reason for the Linsanity (available in paperback and Kindle editions) in installments. If you’re a follower of this blog, a friend, or a fan of Jeremy’s, or even if you just love an inspiring story of overcoming against impossible [Read More...]

Tim Tebow, Jeremy Lin, and Why God Cares About Sports

Isn’t it degrading to suggest that God cares about sports?  Isn’t that anthropomorphizing?  Are we, like the ancient Greeks with their stories of gods who did all sorts of silly and petty and naughty things, really supposed to imagine that God dons a cheese-wedge upon his head and roots for the Packers? With war and [Read More...]


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