Who is Jeremy Lin?
I think we can all at least agree that Something Else needs to step up.
Picture Linsanity is Now 50% Off
Wait. It will get cheaper.
Picture Carmelo Anthony Wanted Poster
Linsanity actually died of natural causes.
Hipsters have frequently worn jerseys of long retired NBA stars, particularly at music festivals like Bonnaroo and Coachella, but Hipster Linsanity marks the fastest a player has fallen from the mainstream to become an ironic hipster icon.
"Normally I tend to wear stuff my grandfather wore, and pretend it's cool when really it's just old," said Arlo Jones, a 23-year-old screenwriter from Williamsburg. "But this Lin jersey is fringe and retro at the same time, which is the kind of countercultural statement my screenplay is totally going to make. But you wouldn't get it."
Lin is averaging just 16.6 points per game since the All-Star Break, leaving many retailers stuck with a surplus of Lin jerseys and Linsanity T-shirts ordered at the height of his popularity. That gear has found new life in Brooklyn boutiques, on racks next to $300 bowling shirts and distressed T-shirts of '90s pop culture icons.
"It's amazing," said Burt Gottfried, a manager at Modell's. "I thought I'd be stuck with boxes of this stuff, but some idiot in fake black glasses paid me double what I paid for all my Lin gear. Now I've just got to figure out a way to move all this Stoudemire crap."
Picture Double Jeremy Lin Face
That shirt seems a little big.
Lin apparently doesn't know that all kids fingers are coated in boogers.
Look at that Linseam.