Last night rising New York Knicks star Jeremy Lin was on the losing end with his NBA teammates and ESPN decided to unleash the most racist caption for the Asian ball player’s plight they could think of “Chink” in the armor. WHAT were they thinking? Twitter Nation went berserk. Two celebrity Tweets below.  Still waiting for Spike Lee and all the other Knicks super followers to tweet about it!

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9 TOs wont get it done…gotta learn from my mistakes and move on to the next one. See you guys sunday!


Getting weirdly psyched for the “Chink in the Armor” ESPN headline apology tour!

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(Pic) LOL! Someone so fired from @espn for Chink In The Armor headline! Can’t Lin them all! Tee Hee
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ESPN’s Insensitive Jeremy Lin Headline: “Chink in the Armor” [Update: ESPN Apologizes]


How long before ESPN apologizes for the CHINK IN THE ARMOR headline on its Jeremy Lin story? – view pagecached page
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Feb 18, 2012 8:02 AM

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ESPN’s Headline Writers Join In The Linsanity: “Chink In The Armor” Edition

Linsanity is an unstoppable force that one can only hope to contain. Yes, according to many of you who read ESPN’s mobile site, this is an actual “Chink in the armor” headline that the leader of sports—worldwide—blared to smartphone and other gadget users following the Knicks loss last night.