Jeremy Lin has been the guy on the couch in his brothers house since becoming a Knick. After winning three straight games for the team, its safe to say he’s going to remain on this squad throughout the season – now its time to buy a home.
The Harvard economics grad is also open to buying or renting condos and co-ops in the city, sources said.
He’ll finally be able to afford it. Since Lin was not cut by the Knicks earlier this week, he’s guaranteed the league’s minimum $613,567 contract for second-year players.