Jeremy Lin put on another great show Wednesday night as he led the New York Knicks to their seventh straight win.
Lin scored only 10 points, his fewest since he became a regular in the Knicks lineup, but the 23-year-old point guard dished out 13 assists, a career high.
New York cruised to an easy 100-85 win over the Sacramento Kings.
Comfortably ahead, the Knicks rested Lin for the entire fourth quarter.
Knicks fans after the game were very excited about seeing Lin play and even more excited about what may lie ahead.
Lin and the Knicks will try to make it eight in a row Friday night when they host the New Orleans Hornets.