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Knicks' sensation Jeremy Lin. SOURCE: Sports Illustrated

From NBA castoff sleeping on his brother’s lower Manhattan couch to NBA superstar: Jeremy Lin isn’t just moving on up, he’s about 20 stories off the ground. Literally.

The newest New York Knick is said to be moving to Trump Tower at 10 City Place in the White Plains real estate market of Westchester County. The New York Post reports that the shooting guard will be set up in a condo owned there by former Knick David Lee.

The sublet will pull Lin out of Manhattan and closer to the Knicks’ practice facility, but it may be just a stopover for the surging star.

The NBA season that almost didn’t happen due to a labor dispute that wasn’t settled until Christmas has not only been salvaged, it’s been elevated by a saint. Or at least that’s what anyone who has seen the Knicks’ sensation have been saying.

The Taiwanese-born Lin was brought in to help the injury-addled Knicks, but something funny happened. On the verge of cutting the temporary help, the Knicks have found themselves saved by the shooting guard.

 

About the Author

Laura Vecsey is a former sports columnist, news reporter and politics writer and has worked for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Baltimore Sun, Albany (N.Y.) Times-Union and Harrisburg Patriot-News. She was also a regional editor with Examiner.com. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.

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