Jeremy Lin proved he still had a knack for pulling off the nearly impossible. Leading the Hornets past the Spurs despite being down 23-points heading into the last quarter. Scoring 15 of his 29 total points in the fourth on 11-of-18 shooting which inluded Lin going 3-for-3 from downtown in the clutch. The Hornets win stopped San Antonio from picking up their 60th win of the season and snapped their six-game win streak.
“We just turned it up,” Lin said. “We just played hard. I’m so thankful to God because I’ve been struggling so much. We lost one the other night [that] we felt like we shouldn’t have lost, so to come out here and get this win is a huge boost for us.”