Six Houston LINdmarks That LINd Themselves to Further LINsanity
When being interviewed over the last week, newly acquired Rockets guard Jeremy Lin admitted that the use of his last name for Lin-based puns got a little old in New York. In fact, he banned the use of them among friends, but he did admit that of all the ones he had seen, his favorite was probably Super LINtendo. Fair enough.
Photo by Nicholas La via Wikipedia Put away that Knicks uni, JLin, you're coming to Hou-LIN-ston?
With his signing by the Rockets complete and anticipation of his full-time arrival as a new Houstonian still creating buzz for basketball fans, it seemed only logical that a few well-known Houston landmarks could be converted, if only briefly, to Linsanity. Maybe, when he realizes just how awesome Houston is, he won't want to roll his eyes out of the back of his head when he reads them.