Jeremy Lin will resume his career with a new team

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Jeremy Lin wears street clothes during the 2013 game between the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors.

More than three years after its last date NBA Jeremy Lynn – Bay Area Kid & Former Game Golden State Warriors The guard who sparked “Linsanity” with New York Knicks Back in 2012 – continues to do his work on hardwood. And as of this week, he officially has a new place to trade.

As announced on the 34th year InstagramLin once again returns to the CBA in China, where he seals a deal with the Guangzhou Loong Lions for 2022-23.

“And the journey continues! I still feel like a kid living my basketball dreams,” Lin wrote in the caption to a series of photos showing himself dressed up in fuchsia in Guangzhou. There was also a shot of the ball pen putting pen to paper on her new deal.

Lin is no stranger to the CBA, spending last season – as well as the 2019-20 season – with the Beijing Shougang Ducks.


Lin had a hard time last season


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With his Knicks peak long behind him and injuries affecting his game, Lynn struggled to hold onto a place in the League during his final seasons in the United States. During the 2020-21 season, he made one last attempt to return to the league by joining the J-League Warriors in Santa Cruz.

He cleared himself well with Sea Dubs as well, but in the end he didn’t get a shot from the NBA. Over nine games with the team, Lynn averaged 19.8 points, 6.4 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game while scoring 50.5% of his shots overall and 42.6% of his hat-tricks.

However, he faced an incredible ordeal on his return to China last season. As reported by the South China Morning Post (archived), Lyn contracted COVID-19 and his condition was so bad that he found himself in the hospital as a result. Furthermore, he lost nearly 20 lbs while in isolation.

Upon returning to hardwood, Lynn struggled with the effects of COVID-19 and restoring his former shape proved a long process. As a result, he averaged just 13.7 points and 4.4 assists per outing with the Ducks last season, a notable step back from his previous stint with the club.

He said at the time, “I was so tired – like I couldn’t breathe – so to me, going this route might seem more difficult than the others.”

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Lin’s career profile

In 480 NBA games over parts of nine seasons with the Dobbs, Knicks, Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, Charlotte Hornets, Brooklyn Nets, Atlanta Hawks, and Toronto Raptors, Lane averaged 11.6 points, 4.3 assists, 2.8 rebounds, and 1.1 steals per contest while posting Shooting divisions from 43-34-81.

He will always be remembered best because of the Linsanity sprint, which broke through a six-game winning streak over 20 points in February 2012. The high water mark came on February 10 when Kobe Bryant and the Lakers’ 38-point lift ignited after the legendary ball player claimed it I don’t know what Lynn was doing in New York City.

Linsanity didn’t last long, with the goalkeeper dropping due to injury along the stretch. He went on to sign with the Rockets… before the team made their big move to bring in James Harden.

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