ROCKETMAN: The Future of Jeremy Lin
NYC! Come join GQ's Devin Gordon, Grantland's Hua Hsu, New York Magazine's Will Leitch and documentary filmmaker Ursula Liang as they discuss GQ's November 2012 Cover Star Jeremy Lin at the Museum of Chinese in America this Friday. Launching the museum’s new sports-related public program series, MOCASPORTS, they’ll be discussing Lin’s compelling story and what the next chapter might hold for Linsanity. Details below.
ROCKETMAN: The Future of Jeremy LinFriday, November 9, at 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Admission: $10 non-members/ $5 MOCA membersRSVP required: programs@mocanyc.org
Museum of Chinese in America215 Centre StreetNew York, NY 10013Telephone: 212 619 4875
For more information and upcoming events, please visit www.mocanyc.org.

ROCKETMAN: The Future of Jeremy Lin

NYC! Come join GQ's Devin Gordon, Grantland's Hua Hsu, New York Magazine's Will Leitch and documentary filmmaker Ursula Liang as they discuss GQ's November 2012 Cover Star Jeremy Lin at the Museum of Chinese in America this Friday. Launching the museum’s new sports-related public program series, MOCASPORTS, they’ll be discussing Lin’s compelling story and what the next chapter might hold for Linsanity. Details below.

ROCKETMAN: The Future of Jeremy Lin
Friday, November 9, at 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Admission: $10 non-members/ $5 MOCA members
RSVP required: programs@mocanyc.org

Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre Street
New York, NY 10013
Telephone: 212 619 4875

For more information and upcoming events, please visit www.mocanyc.org.

What Carmelo Really Meant When He Called Jeremy Lin’s Contract “Ridiculous”
GQ’s Devin Gordon addresses how Dolan, Melo, and (here we go) race contributed to the end of Linsanity in New York: 

Anybody wanna try to convince me [this] has zero to do with Lin being Asian-American? Because, and let’s cut to the quick, Carmelo Anthony never ever would’ve made that remark about a black NBA player’s contract, and I doubt that he ever would’ve said it about a white player’s, either. If Melo thought that Lin was being wildly overpaid but still, fundamentally, belonged in the club, he would’ve kept his mouth shut. He didn’t because he doesn’t.

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What Carmelo Really Meant When He Called Jeremy Lin’s Contract “Ridiculous”

GQ’s Devin Gordon addresses how Dolan, Melo, and (here we go) race contributed to the end of Linsanity in New York: 

Anybody wanna try to convince me [this] has zero to do with Lin being Asian-American? Because, and let’s cut to the quick, Carmelo Anthony never ever would’ve made that remark about a black NBA player’s contract, and I doubt that he ever would’ve said it about a white player’s, either. If Melo thought that Lin was being wildly overpaid but still, fundamentally, belonged in the club, he would’ve kept his mouth shut. He didn’t because he doesn’t.

Read On