VIDEO: Jeremy Lin Scores Winning Point Against Minnesota Timberwolves

The New York Knicks are counting their lucky stars for Jeremy Lin and for the two teams who released him in the shortened 2011-12 NBA season before he wound up in the Big Apple. On Saturday night, Lin once again fueled the offense in a nail-biting 100-98 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves as the Knicks ran their winning streak to a season-high five games.

Although Lin wasn't at his best in the game, he did rack up 20 points. Check out the video below to see the foul and the free throw that would prove to be the game-winner for the Knicks.

Hopefully Lin will continue to compile highlight reels for a very long time and keep giving fans coast to coast a chance to fall in love with the sport all over again.

For all news and information regarding Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks, head on over to Posting and Toasting or SB Nation New York. For updates and perspective on the Minnesota Timberwolves, please visit Canis Hoopus or SB Nation Minnesota.

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