Jeremy Lin on life in China, the Knicks bringing back Linsanity, and being a champ | The Jump

Rachel Nichols catches up with Jeremy Lin from China, where the Beijing Ducks guard (and recent NBA champion with the Toronto Raptors) talks about life overseas, his thoughts on the Chinese Basketball Association possibly getting back underway, speaking out against bias toward Asian-Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, his wildest fan stories from the CBA, the New York Knicks devoting a whole week to “Linsanity,” and winning that championship alongside Kawhi Leonard, Pascal Siakam and Kyle Lowry.
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