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New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin bursts onto national scene

Jeremy Lin couldn't find a university that would offer him a scholarship, so he went to Harvard. Lin couldn't get drafted, so he signed a free agent contract with the Golden State Warriors. He couldn't catch on there, so he went to the NBA Development League. Then he got to New York where was to be the team's third string point guard. But a funny thing happened. After a triple-double in a return to the D-League, he went on a tear and brought "Linsanity" to the Knicks.


Tiger Woods gets back in the game

With a press conference scheduled for Monday and the Master's tournament in his sights, this is going to be a big week for Tiger Woods. We talk to David Feherty, a notorious golf announcer and personal friend of Woods.



Tiger Woods out of the rough and ready for battle

After eight long months recuperating from reconstructive knee surgery, Tiger Woods returned to the green yesterday. For more we turn to Karen Crouse, a sports reporter for the New York Times who is in Arizona to watch Tiger Woods first day back.


Golf: The U.S. Open's Soggy Start

At this year's U.S. Open, rainy days have made a wet course for defending champion Tiger Woods and for contender Phil Mickleson, who tries to focus while his wife battles breast cancer. For analysis, The Takeaway turns to Bob Harig, ESPN.com golf writer.