After becoming the first Asian American NBA champion with the Toronto Raptors last month, Jeremy Lin could be joining his brother playing in Asia some time in the future.
Lin, currently a free agent, described the idea as his “greatest dream” on Wednesday during his annual visit to Taiwan.
Earlier this month, Jeremy Lin became the first Asian American to take home an NBA ring after the Toronto Raptors won the 2019 championship against the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
Since he only played 27 minutes in the postseason and mostly sat on the bench throughout the NBA Finals series, some began criticizing him online.
Social media is celebrating Jeremy Lin, who fans barely saw during the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors finals, becoming the first Asian American NBA Champion.
According to Lin’s stats sheet on ESPN, the 30-year-old only played for one minute during Game 3, where the Raptors won against the Warriors 123-109.
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NBA point guard Jeremy Lin is completing a contract buyout agreement with the Atlanta Hawks that will allow him to sign with the Toronto Raptors.
The buyout is expected to be finalized by Monday and Lin may sign with the Raptors as soon as mid-week, according to agents Jim Tanner and Roger Montgomery via ESPN.