Linsanity shows no signs of letting up as Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin scored 38 points as New York beat Kobe Bryant and the Lakers, 92-85. Lin’s 89 points in his last three games are the most by any NBA player in his first three starts the NBA-ABA merger in 1976-77.

Here’s a roundup of reaction on Twitter:

Jeremy”Kobe Wuz Smokin’ But I Wasn’t Joke-”Lin. Tonight Was NO FLUKE. I Seen It Wit’ My Own 4 EYES. JLin Is LEGIT.NBA DEAL WITH IT.YA-DIG???

— Spike Lee (@SpikeLee) February 11, 2012

If Jeremy Lin got on his knee and Tebowed the world would implode... #Knicks

— Eric Stangel (@EricStangel) February 11, 2012

Jeremy Lin scored 38 points vs the Lakers Friday. Most ever by an Ivy League player against the Lakers. #Harvard

— Jason McCallum (@ESPNGameDayJMac) February 11, 2012

Jeremy Lin is an inspiration. A week ago, nobody thought he could play, but he knew different. A lot of us are waiting for that opportunity.

— Roger Mason Jr (@MoneyMase) February 11, 2012

Jeremy Lin.. Super Lintendo!!

— NBA (@NBA) February 11, 2012

Kobe on Jeremy Lin: “It’s a great story. It’s a testament to perseverance and hard work and a good example for kids everywhere.”

— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) February 11, 2012

Just back from MSG. Been to 600 #Knicks games, just witnessed one of the most electric ever. Jeremy Lin is Time Magazine cover material.

— Chris Sheridan (@sheridanhoops) February 11, 2012

If you love sports you have to love what Jeremy Lin is doing. Getting an opportunity and exploding!!

— Steve Nash (@SteveNash) February 9, 2012

I can hear many guys sitting on the pine screaming coach give me some PT & I could be like Jeremy Lin baby! #INSPIRATIONAL @MagicJohnson

— Dick Vitale (@DickieV) February 11, 2012

Jeremy Lin does it again vs the Lakers!

— Lamarcus Aldridge(@aldridge_12) February 11, 2012

Thanks to Jeremy Lin & The Knicks, Y’all help me get my mind off my Bro for a few hours, Thx. Great game guys. Enjoy the win. Travel safe.

— Amar’e Stoudemire (@Amareisreal) February 11, 2012

View Photo Gallery: Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin, an undrafted second-year player from Harvard, has taken the league by storm, scoring 28 points in his first start on Feb. 6 and leading New York to three straight wins — including Wednesday’s 107-93 win over the Washington Wizards.