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LIN

On drawings, abbr. for “linear.”
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Of the four, Lins is the one who faced the biggest challenge.
Jeremy Lin, who has been traded from the Houston Rockets to the Los Angeles Lakers over the 2014 NBA offseason is wildly popular in Asia owing to his Taiwanese and Chinese roots and also has a large following around the world.
There was Lin referring to his D-League stint as the lowest point of his career and the game against the then New Jersey Nets in that day in February of 2012 where Madison Square Garden gave birth to Linsanity after Lin's 25 points as his "much-needed breakthrough.
Both Lin and Clarkson are of Asian descent; Lin from Chinese-Taipei and Clarkson from the Philippines.
Jeremy Lin found fame with "Linsanity" in New York years ago.
Just days following his acquisition in a trade with the Rockets, there are reports that Lin would be just a one-and-done player for the Lakers, as the team seeks an elite point guard in next summer's free-agency.
Lin, who was traded by the Houston Rockets to the Lakers for salary relief this offseason, is excited to begin a new chapter of his professional basketball career with the purple-and-gold franchise.
Traded by the Rockets for salary relief, the 25-year old Lin will embark into a new chapter in his career as a member of the fabled Lakers franchise next season.
Despite his forthcoming trade, thing should look bright for Lin and his future.
In the latest ballot return, Lin is in the fourth place in Western Conference guards just behind Los Angeles Clippers star guard Chris Paul, Golden State Warriors hot shot Stephen Curry and Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant.
Fresh from a shoe endorsement deal with German shoe and apparel-maker Adidas, Lin has been doing pretty well in his reserve role for the Rockets.