Jeremy Lin & Tim Tebow on TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People In The World

I can understand Tebow his reach goes way beyond the football field.

Jeremy Lin though was hot for maybe a month, so I think they might have jump the gun on him.

Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic and Argentine footballer Lionel Messi are among the sports stars named on Time magazine’s “The 100 Most Influential People In The World” for 2012, listed alongside such world-shapers as Burmese President U Thein Sein, public health statistician Hans Rosling and the red-haired lady who isn’t Emma Stone from The Help.

Of course, no list of ANYTHING written in 2012 can be compiled without including New York Jets quarterback/Easter Bunny Tim Tebow, and because the list was probably put together in February it also includes Jeremy Lin. Remember when Jeremy Lin was a thing?

6 thoughts on “Jeremy Lin & Tim Tebow on TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People In The World

  • Jeremy Lin is influential in more of a cultural sense than impact on the game. He even roused the sleeping giant to have interests in American basketball.

    Though I think its a bit funny that Asian Americans are hailing him as the first Asian American baller, when there have been hapas, Blasians and Hispanasian in the NBA and WMBA.

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