About a week ago, Knicks guard Jeremy Lin was a relative nobody in the NBA but with his stellar play at point guard for Knicks in the last three New York wins, he’s become a household name.
Some might what wonder what Lin’s living arrangements were before his big week with the Knicks and as revealed by the New York Times, Lin was sleeping on his brother’s sofa:
His contract, potentially worth nearly $800,000, was not even guaranteed until Tuesday afternoon. So for the past six weeks, Lin, 23, has been sleeping in his brother Josh’s living room, waiting for clarity and career security.“He has his own couch,” Josh Lin, a New York University dental student, said cheerfully.
(Courtesy of The New York Times)