Jeremy Lin has a couple of days off this weekend after playing in the Rising Stars Challenge game during the NBA's All-Star weekend, so he'll likely be well-rested when he and the New York Knicks return to action on Wednesday against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
How effective he will be then, however, remains to be seen.
While the Linsanity mania surrounding the Knicks point guard has died down a little, there's been nothing to suggest that Lin is going away any time soon. The Knicks will be closely followed by many casual fans for the rest of the season, while pro scouts zero in on their young point guard, looking for ways to exploit his weaknesses.
We asked our readers how Linsanity might be stopped, and they responded with plenty of varied suggestions. Could Chuck Norris have something to do with them? Probably. What about video game characters? Definitely yes.