‘Linsanity’ hopes to make another run in NBA
Jeremy Lin is still hoping to make a comeback in NBA.
The American-born Taiwanese Lin posted a video on Weibo saying that he still wants to pursue his NBA dream.
Lin was emotional in considering his next move with his career after he spent one season in Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) with the Beijing Ducks.
“In the end, although Shougang (the Ducks) has treated me incredibly well, giving me everything I wanted, in the end, I feel that I still have NBA dreams,” said the 32-year old.
The Harvard-graduate Lin was the man behind the phenomenon ‘Linsanity’ with New York Knicks in early 2012, where he had stretches of stellar performance that captivated the NBA fans around the world.
Lin also became the first Asian-American to win a championship with the Toronto Raptors in 2019.
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⚡🆕⚡ Jeremy Lin declares that after four weeks of constant thinking, he decides to continue to chase NBA. @JLin7 Weibo: This past season was an honor for me! See you next time! Proverbs 16:3 https://t.co/lgkXgx6Or0 pic.twitter.com/5t95N8ium8
— Popo Chung (@PopoChung7) September 15, 2020