Hot Clicks: Becki Newton; ESPN uses offensive Jeremy Lin headline
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Friday: The woman above holds up the sign above. The Knicks lose to the Hornets. Lin has nine turnovers. ESPN's mobile site features a headline that says "Chink in the Armor." (Technically, this happened on Saturday at 2:30 a.m.)
Saturday: ESPN apologizes for the offensive headline. Saturday Night Live opens its show with a skit about Linsanity and pokes fun at all the puns being used.
Sunday: ESPN fires the editor who used the offensive headline. The Knicks beat the Mavericks. Lin has 28 points and 14 assists. Lin asks the media to leave his family alone because they are being followed all over Taiwan.
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