Linsanity has taken over the world, as the sudden stardom of Jeremy Lin has quickly taken storm, as the Taiwanese player, who attended Harvard, has quickly made his impact known on the game of professional basketball. However, in recent days, ESPN and other companies have used racial stereotypes and slurs in headlines (which have lead to numerous firings and suspensions). Because of all this, Saturday Night Live has spoofed these actions in a recent episode, so for anyone who enjoys satire, or just laughing out loud, this is a great video to view.
When you are thinking about where can I watch the game to see Jeremy Lin play, you do have a few options. Of course, it is always easier if you life in New York, as these games are carried on local networks, but it is still possible to watch the game around wherever you are currently living. For starters, to watch live games, there is an NBA package on your local cable or satellite provider, which gives you access to every single NBA game. In addition to this, it is possible to watch the game live on then NBA.com website. Here there are some streaming games, although not all games are provided for free on this website (otherwise, there would be no point in selling television access to all games through cable and satellite providers). If you don’t want to spend any extra to watch games live, there is are NBA games broadcast on NBC and TNT throughout the week, often of which show the best games, including theses played by Jeremy Lin. You are also able to go to the local sports bar and have them switch to the New York Knicks, allowing you to watch Jeremy Lin play, and possibly even joke about the SNL skit.