An excerpt from “The Morning After“:
With the Nets up 112-103 on the Los Angeles Lakers and the clock running out, the Lakers elected to double-team Alan Anderson, forcing the ball out of his hands. Anderson passed to Bojan Bogdanovic, who put in a wide-open layup, drawing Jeremy Lin’s ire. On YES Network, Ryan Ruocco & Mike Fratello seemed perturbed by Lin’s annoyance.
Lin was ticked that Bogdanovic seemed to be running up the score in what was already a decided game. That’s probably true, to some extent, but if the game’s over, why are you double-teaming the ballhandler?