With the All-Star Break, putting a quick pause on this already shortened NBA season, the New York Times found some time to delve deeper into the improvement’s to Jeremy Lin’s game since he graduated from Harvard two years ago. The article credits three point shooting lessons, strength-training, and good old-fashioned dedication for the rise of Lin-sanity. Some coaches were praticularly hard on Lin’s game prior the improvement. Keith Smart, who coached Jeremy while he with the Warriors, touched upon Lin’s once ugly shot:
“Lin had a habit then of pulling the ball behind his head and tucking his feet up under him — like he was springing up off a trampoline.”
Look how far he’s come.