Sport: Basketball

Linsanity is over, like really over. Jeremy Lin signed with the Rockets and became James Harden's underwhelming backcourt mate last season. That realization only reiterated the fact that A) Lin isn't as good as we thought, and B) He lacks the charisma that could have made him much more millions in endorsements after his Knick run.

This past season was a mediocre one for Lin  and unlike what many of us thought, he really didn't cash in on Linsanity. A Harvard man, Lin clearly isn't lacking upstairs, but he just never really became that NBA star we expected him to be. Mainly because of his oncourt play and his offcourt lifestyle. He's downright vapid and unless he sees major improvements to his game next year, we might not hear much from Lin again.