Knicks point guard and sudden national sensation Jeremy Lin did it again on Tuesday night in Toronto, nailing a game-winning 3-pointer with just 0.5 left on the clock. Lin dished out 11 assists and scored a game-high 27 points, including the last-second jumper, to propel the Knicks to a 90-87 win over the Raptors.
Since Lin took over the starting point guard role in Mike D'Antoni's offense, New York has won five straight games. The Knicks have won six games overall, and Lin has averaged 39.6 minutes in those six games. The Harvard alum also has scored at least 20 points and dished out seven assists in six straight games, which ties Lin with Michael Ray Richardson for the longest streak in Knicks history.
Anyways, the amazing run of Lin continues.
Check out the video below to witness Lin's game-winner.