Jeremy Lin

  • Birth of Jeremy Shu-How Lin

    The birth of Jeremy Lin was on 23/8/1988,in Los Angeles.Raised in a Christian family in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Palo Alto
  • High School careers

    In 2005-2006,Lin was the captain of Palo Alto High School to a 32-1 record and upset nationally ranked Master Dei,51-47,for the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division II state title. He was named first-team All-State and the Northern California Division II Player of the Year, ending his senior year averaging 15.1 points,7.1 assists, 6.2 rebounds and 5.0 steals
  • Harvard

    Harvard coach remembered Lin in his freshman season as "the [physically] weakest guy on the team",[29] but in his sophomore season (2007–08), Lin averaged 12.6 points and was named All-Ivy League Second Team.[18] By his junior year during the 2008–09 season, he was the only NCAA Division I men's basketball player who ranked in the top ten in his conference for scoring (17.8), rebounding (5.5), assists (4.3), steals (2.4), blocked shots (0.6), field goal percentage (0.502), free throw percentage
  • Undrafted

    At the Portsmouth Invitational, Lin first met the sports agent Roger Montgomery and later gave Montgomery a commitment. To Montgomery's disappointment, Lin went undrafted in the 2010 NBA Draft.[37] The NBA had not drafted an Ivy League player since Jerome Allen of Penn in the second round in 1995. The last Ivy League player to play in the NBA was Yale's Chris Dudley in 2003, while the last Harvard player was Ed Smith in 1954.[38][8] Eight teams had invited Lin to predraft workouts.
  • New York Knicks

    The New York Knicks claimed Lin off waivers on December 27 to be a backup behind Toney Douglas and Mike Bibby after an injury to guard Iman Shumpert; recently-signed guard Baron Davis was also injured and weeks away from playing. He becomes a restricted free agent at the end of the season. Because of the lockout coaches had little opportunity to see Lin's play, and placed him fourth on the point guard depth chart.
  • International School

    In addition to being a U.S. citizen, Lin is also by descent through his parents a national of the Republic of China (Taiwan); Lin could apply for a Republic of China passport although there is no record of his having done so. Lin has been invited to play for the Chinese Taipei men's national basketball team in FIBA competitions.
  • The present life of Jeremy Lin

    Lin is having a succesful career and living his life well