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LIN

Abbreviation for:
laryngeal intraepithelial neoplasia
linoleic acid
lobular intraepithelial neoplasia
Local Intelligence Network 
low-income neighbourhood 
lysis inhibition
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This season, Hurley is 2-0, Lins is 2-0, Herrington is 2-0 and Benkert is 1-1.
Watch the full video of Jeremy Lin pranking customers as he worked on the one-hour summer job (audio is in Mandarin-Chinese so make sure to click the subtitle, to English, button):
The movie also dove into the social issues Lin had to go through.
The "Linsanity" hype is over but Lin has settled in as a legit rotation player both with the Knicks and Rockets.
Either as a Lakers starting point guard, as a back-up in Los Angeles or an NBA journeyman, it appears Jeremy Lin, basing on his acting skills, will have work after basketball in Hollywood.
Still, newly-hired Lakers head coach Byron Scott believed that Lin could be a better player than everyone expected.
In an interview with the Taiwanese Press, the 25-year old Lin said he's looking forward for a bigger role with the Lakers and wishes to gain some respect from Bryant, who is known for tremendous drive to win each games and insane worth ethic.
While many analysts believed the Lakers had made a gamble in trading for Lin, general manager Mitch Kupchack assured that Lin will play a big role for the team in their upcoming 2014-15 campaign.
Three years ago, Lin was supposed to be the primary playmaker for the Rockets but Harden encroached his duty and forever put him in awkward spot on the floor.
htm) According to NBA writer Greg Price of International Business Time USA, Lin could still squeak into the All-Star lineup, if Bryant and Paul decides to forego the All-Star festivities and Silver eventually picks him as a replacement.
Lin has shown significant improvement in his shooting strokes without losing his fearlessness to attack the rim.
Jeremy Lin came out of nowhere in 2012 to help lead the New York Knicks to the NBA playoffs.