N.Y. Fans See Other Side of Linsanity

New York Daily News

Jeremy Lin walked into Madison Square Garden on Monday night feeling out of place, unsure of himself. In the redesigned hallways of the arena that he turned into his own playground for that magical two-week stretch last season, Lin didn't know his way around anymore. Couldn't find the locker room, much less the walkway to the court where Linsanity was born.

"A little weird," Lin said. "It kind of reminded me of my rookie year, to be honest, when I came here."

By the end of the night, Lin was walking with a purpose -- like a man who knew exactly where he was going. He was marching back to the Garden court, where for one night, he had...

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