Who Is Jeremy Lin’s Wife?

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Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin was the first professional basketball player of Chinese or Taiwanese ancestry in the NBA.

He is a native English speaker and grew up in the United States. A lot of people took notice of the basketball player in 2011–12 when he helped the New York Knicks win.

His success piqued the interest of the media and fans at large, helping to birth the ‘Linsanity’ era.

Lin’s notoriety extends beyond the basketball court because of his work with viral video stars like Ryan Higa and KevJumba.

In addition, he uploaded a song featuring MC Jin, another Asian American rapper, on YouTube.

The point guard has experienced several racial prejudices and challenges on his road to becoming a basketball star.

Still, the point guard has accomplished a lot in his basketball career.

He was also named the EPSY Awards’ “Breakthrough Athlete of the Year” for his unwavering commitment to the sport.

Jeremy Lins Biography

Jeremy Lin

He was born August 23, 1988, to a Christian family in Palo Alto, California, where he spent his childhood.

His dad, Gie-Ming, took him and his siblings to the YMCA and got them all into basketball.

In addition, Lin’s mother established a National junior basketball program in which he participated and developed a deep passion for the sport.

She ignored the comments from other people about her boys playing too much and continued to allow them.

Joseph and Josh are Lin’s brothers. Both of his brothers are basketball players; his elder brother, Josh, is a board-certified pediatric dentist who enjoys the sport in his spare time, while his younger brother, Joseph, plays for the Fubon Braves.

After graduating from Palo Alto High School, where he was voted first-team All-State and Northern California Division II Star of the Year, the ex-NBA star went on to play professionally in the NBA.

He continued his study with a degree in Economics from Harvard University, where he finished with a 3.1 grade point average.

The ex-Raptor is around 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 meters) tall and weighs roughly 91 kg (200 pounds).

Jeremy Career

Jeremy Career

Jeremy Lin, a 35-year-old ex-NBA star, considered attending Stanford and the University of California, Los Angeles before committing to Harvard.

As a sophomore, Lin was Harvard’s leading recruiter and a member of the All-Ivy Second Team.

During his senior year, he was also among the 30 finalists for the John R. Wooden Award.

Lin was drafted in 2010, and after signing with the Mavericks, he participated in the NBA Summer League.

The Asian community in California enthusiastically welcomed him when he signed a two-year contract with the Golden State Warriors.

On Asian Heritage Night, Lin made his Warriors debut to a rapturous reception from fans.

After becoming stronger and heavier, Lin was released by the Warriors and signed by the New York Knicks.

After acquiring him in 2011, the Knicks were able to turn things around and beat the likes of the Washington Wizards and the Los Angeles Lakers.

In a game against the Toronto Raptors, Lin scored a game-winning three-pointer that would go down in basketball lore and spark the ‘Linsanity’ sensation.

Injuries and back trouble-plagued Jeremy Lin early in his basketball career with the Houston Rockets.

He spent a lot of time on the bench but ended up helping the team beat the Cavaliers after being reinstated.

After being moved to the Los Angeles Lakers, he had trouble adapting to the team dynamic and the coach’s offensive scheme.

Injuries plagued Lin throughout his time with the Charlotte Hornets, Brooklyn Nets, and Atlanta Hawks after he joined with each team.

Lin joined the CBA League’s Beijing Ducks for $3 million in August of 2019.

He was a defensive force for his club that helped them beat the Tianjin Gold Lions and earned him a spot in the CBA’s All-Star Game.

Lin made his comeback to the NBA with the Santa Cruz Warriors, The Ducks, and the Guangzhou Loong Lions.

He got ill with COVID-19 in September and was hospitalized in Shanghai, where he played 9 games and averaged 19.8 points and 6.4 assists.

Jeremy Lin was punished for a comment he made about quarantine hotel amenities after signing with the Guangzhou Loong Lions for the 2022-2023 season.

His per-game averages were 6.9 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 2.1 assists.

Who Is Jeremy Lin Wife?

Jeremy Lin Wife

The two-year relationship between Jeremy Lin and Kristina Wong is going well.

The ceremony took place early next morning, on the first night of the Los Angeles run of LINSANITY.

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Comedian, actress, and performance artist Kristina Wong hails from the United States.

Their romance remained discreet until Jeremy made a public announcement about their upcoming nuptials on January 19th, 2023.

Kristina had already started a Kickstarter campaign dubbed “I Will Marry Jeremy Lin,” complete with public appearances and a wedding registry at The Knot, before making her declaration.

Kristina is a performance artist at the moment, while Jeremy is still actively playing basketball.

They managed to make their long-distance relationship work for the sake of their marriage despite the challenges posed by their busy professional lives.

Jeremy Lin’s Net Worth

Jeremy Lin's Net Worth

The athlete is worth $36 million in 2023, up from his previous $15 million salary with his former squad.

During the Linsanity era, he turned down several lucrative endorsement opportunities because he said playing basketball was his priority, not making money.

Nonetheless, during his career he has served as an endorser for companies like Volvo, Nike, Steiner, and Adidas.

After Nike dropped him as an endorser in 2014, he switched to Adidas moving forward.

Jeremy Lin is pushing through with other ventures after his retirement in the NBA which was a wonderful journey.

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