It's all on Jeremy Lin next year

Promising point guard is the Knicks' most important player of 2013

Updated: May 10, 2012, 12:45 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

MIAMI -- The last night of the New York Knicks' season, a dreadful night all around, actually started at the team's morning practice, where Jeremy Lin said something for the record he probably should have kept to himself.

Lin estimated his game and surgically repaired left knee were at 85 percent capacity. Nobody in a city of eight million grinders wants to hear that someone at 85 percent isn't willing or able to give 100 percent to a sudden-death cause.

No, it wouldn't have ...

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