He didn't major in Theatre.
all they do is LIN
Jeremy Lin complains about playing time/contract
world's tiniest vioLIN
Jeremy Lin gets injured
Jeremy Lin has a bad game in New Jersey
Jeremy Lin cries after losing a game
Jeremy Lin gets sick
I'll say it: the people of South Dakota have something against people named "Jeremy."
Someone has to say it: Harvard grads are nerds.
It's their most heart-felt animation yet.
Writing a tribute rap for him after just one game would have been insane? Two games, though? Fine.
"I know this may sound stereotypical," said Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni, "but there aren't many good athletes named 'Jeremy'. I think he's probably had to fight that perception his whole career. But now he's turning a lot of heads."
Despite a dominant high school career in California that saw him make All-State as a senior and win several player of the year awards, Lin was barely recruited and ended up playing basketball at Harvard far from a traditional basketball power. After a standout career at Harvard, Lin went undrafted by the NBA. Many told him to stick to intramural sports or, at the most, try out for the swimming or lacrosse team.
"That was disappointing to me," says Lin. "I felt I was as good as any other high school player in the nation and, four years later, to not get drafted? It really showed me that even in modern day America, there are roadblocks in sports for people named 'Jeremy.'"