If Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks keep winning, the tabloids are going to run out of nicknames for the phenom from Harvard.
The Knicks phenom is even making a believer of professional curmudgeon Buzz Bissinger.
Long gone was the phenom, replaced by Tomic “The Tank Engine.”
The former Denver Broncos phenom rarely saw the field for the Jets this year, and the team is reportedly looking to trade him.
And yet the videos of a “drunk Jeff Goldblum” have become something of an Internet phenom.
And their relationship has continued--a trip back to phenom Penh late last month was Angelo's third.
A phenomenally skilled or impressive person; a performing wonder, esp in sports: Veeck was a phenom, too (1890+ Baseball)