Jeremy Lin Shu-how is a Taiwanese-American basketball player. He spent almost 10 years playing in the NBA (National Basketball Association) before moving to China to play with the CBA's Beijing Ducks.
As Jeremy Lin tears up the Chinese Basketball Association this season for the Beijing Ducks, he’s returned to form in many ways. One of the most notable – aesthetically speaking – is his haircut. With shaved sides and a short, straight top, his Beijing styling looks somewhat similar to his hair during the “Linsanity” craze, when the Taiwanese-American first shot to fame in the NBA in 2011. Lin has long been a style icon off the court, setting trends with his fashion sense and his eclectic, sometimes controversial, hairstyles. Here we’ve collected a definitive list of his most memorable hairdos, in chronological order. Palo Alto: The So Cal Beginnings View this post on Insta
Jan 03, 2020
Ever since Jeremy Lin became a global sensation known as “Linsanity” in 2012, basketball fans in China have enthusiastically tracked this trailblazing Asian-American sports star’s every move. Now, their dreams of having their idol play in their national league have come true. The former NBA champion announced on Tuesday that he had signed with the Beijing Ducks, a three-time championship team in the Chinese Basketball Association, or the CBA, China’s top league. Lin thanked his NBA fans on Instagram and Twitter. Thanks to the NBA and everyone who's supported me the last 9 years! Will always cherish being able to rep Asians at the NBA level. Excited for the next step with the Beijing Ducks.
Aug 28, 2019
Jeremy Lin, currently an unrestricted free agent, says he’s considering playing in the Chinese Basketball Association. “Of course I am thinking about the CBA,” Lin told reporters in the Chinese megacity of Guangzhou on Friday. “I don’t know where I will be next year, so I don’t have expectations. I know what level I can play at, so if I don’t get that I won’t settle.” Lin, who left the Toronto Raptors this summer after winning the NBA championship with them, was speaking at a press conference to launch his role as a brand ambassador for Chinese sportswear brand Xtep. He will be the pitchman fronting four models of basketball shoes featuring “Linsanity” stitching, which will be available in
Aug 09, 2019
Jeremy Lin has revealed he is finding his current period of free agency difficult in an interview in Taiwan. The NBA champion and committed Christian appeared on Taiwan’s Christian television channel Good TV’s The Waiting Game and he did not hold back on his feelings. “Free agency came around and this was the straw that broke the camel’s back,” Lin said in English. “Good luck translating it,” he said to the Mandarin translator. Lin has been an unrestricted free agent since leaving the Toronto Raptors after winning the NBA championship with them in early June. Since his breakout in 2012 in a phenomenon called “Linsanity,” Lin has repeatedly suffered from injuries. Despite being regarded as on
Jul 29, 2019