Linsanity Phenomenon Gone For Good

Associated Press

The phenom is gone and in its place is a 24-year-old still coming to grips with who he is as a player and what he does on a basketball court. He does not seem to mesh with James Harden, the Rockets' star guard, who, like Lin, is a master of pick and rolls and a high usage performer.

So far there has only been room for one, but the season is still young and so are the Rockets. It worked just fine on Monday when Harden scored 28 to go along with Lin's 22 points, but that was just one game and the Rockets have been marked by their inconsistency as much as anything else.

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