This Jeremy Lin piece by Yih Tak Wong from Singapore pays tribute to the inner strength (represented here by a dragon) that Lin had in himself and his talents, to hold onto his dream of playing basketball professionally.
It’s a year later and Jeremy Lin has replaced the sporadic fun of Linsanity with the consistency of becoming a key contributor to the playoff bound high octane Rockets offense, which ranks tops in the league.
Although his latest journey hasn’t been as exhilarating as the crazyness of last year, I’m sure the best of Lin has yet to be seen as he continues to improve, playing alongside James Harden to form one of the best backcourts in the league.
When Jeremy Lin and Linsanity took off a year ago with the Knicks. Designer Mark Tillman from Indianapolis, IN mocked up these sketches for one of his buddies, and had a few laughs in the process. I love everyone of these ideas.
The Jeremy Lin Foundation has identified three organizations in Houston that love and serve underprivileged youth.
Through a financial grant and public exposure, the Lin’s Foundation will support these organizations as they continue making a difference in there community. I think this is a great idea and if you would like to help him make a difference.
Donate to the project and watch the video below to vote for your favorite organization. The winning organization of this grant with the most votes will receive the additional benefit of visits and exposure by Jeremy Lin this year.
Take some time to check out the video below.
HoChie Tsai and Anna Wu attended Asian Heritage Night at the Oracle Arena and captured the Q&A session Jeremy Lin did for his hometown San Francisco Bay area fans.