By the Way, Jeremy Lin Had a Career-High 13 Assists Against the Kings Last Night In case you missed it, Jeremy Lin had a double-double against the Sacramento Kings last night, scoring 10 points and netting 13 assists before resting through most of the last quarter. The Knicks won easily, 100–85, with seven players scoring in the double digits. The team now has a seven-game winning streak, a .500 record and is seeded eighth in the Eastern Conference. With Carmelo Anthony nearly recuperated, Lin told his fans to get used to seeing a lot more passing. With games like this, we doubt they’ll be disappointed. Check out this alley-oop pass to Landry Fields, who also finished the game with a double-double: 15 points and 10 rebounds. Believe the hype. PREVIOUS LINSANITY: • Racists Flock to Facebook to Celebrate ‘Jeremy Rin’ • Mimic Headband Photos From Jeremy Lin’s ‘Chinkballa88′ Xanga Page in 2004 • How Long ’Til Jason Whitlock Gets Fired Over This?