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Jeremy Lin goes Hollywood in new video

Jul 31, 2014, 8:44 AM EDT

Jeremy Lin is going to fit in just fine in Los Angeles.

I’m not talking on the court — we’ll have to wait and see on that fit — but rather Jeremy Lin the personality and social media star, he’s going to fit in great in Los Angeles.

My favorite part of this video is the look on Lin’s face through the dance number.

  1. clownsfan - Jul 31, 2014 at 8:56 AM

    Jeremy Lin sux.

  2. misremembered72 - Jul 31, 2014 at 9:51 AM

    He’s a guy that’s easy to root for. Very positive attitude. Hope Kobe can make him better.

    • teabone413 - Jul 31, 2014 at 10:37 AM

      saw his documentary not too long ago and he seems like a hard worker. i would not be surprised if he works just as hard as kobe does. it will be interesting to see how they mesh…. both are smart and work their butts off. as much as i hope kobe makes him better, maybe he can make kobe a better teammate… and maybe pigs fly, but one can only hope.

      • imakcds - Jul 31, 2014 at 9:04 PM

        teabone: everything was right on til your last statement.

  3. marbulz - Jul 31, 2014 at 10:25 AM

    Jeremy Lin is a good person but once everybody started calling hilm the Linsanity it got to his head what he needs to do is go back to his basketball roots and it will give him the career of his life let’s stick with, & not without ,you will be without what you stuck with in the beginning. Remember all the hard-working you did when nobody gave you a chance and it will help you get going again.

    • paleihe - Jul 31, 2014 at 12:00 PM

      He sure doesn’t act like it got to his head.

  4. arrondior - Jul 31, 2014 at 12:02 PM

    I think what turned ppl off about Lin was that he got a deal from the Rockets that he didn’t live up to. But that wasn’t his fault. The Rockets are an organization that gets creative sometimes and took a chance on Lin. Yes, the sample size was small, but he was putting up great numbers in those 9 or 10 games with New York that sparked “Linsanity.” I think his PER over the course of those games was a little over 19 if I recall correctly. Considering how rare it is that a player like Lin gets over looked (he absolutely has the talent to be on most teams in the NBA, I wasn’t surprised that a team took a gamble on him (although the money they offered him did raise my eyebrows). Lin remained humble through everything and ended up being a slightly above average starting PG in the league. I think playing in LA is a great opportunity for him, because he will get a lot of playing time and will have a year to learn from Nash. When Lin goes off and scores 25+ points in a game, it’s easy to root for him considering his history in the league.

  5. justorion - Jul 31, 2014 at 2:26 PM

    Moment of point guard truth, would you rather Jeremy Lin (thumbs up) or Mario Chalmers (thumbs down)

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