It looks like Jeremy Lin’s career will be coming back full circle. He’s close to returning to the franchise that gave him his start.
Lin is expected to be rejoining the Warriors on an Exhibit 10 contract, according to multiple reports, with the intent of playing for their G League affiliate. Stadium reported that the one holdup in the deal is waiting on a letter of clearance from the Chinese Basketball Association, where Lin played last year.
The 32-year-old Lin refuted the reports, writing on Twitter that no decision has been made. Last year, Lin led the Beijing Ducks to the CBA semifinals.
“Whoa…Everybody chill…this isnt what it looks like. No decisions have been made,” Lin wrote on Twitter.
After going undrafted out of Harvard, Lin got his start in the NBA with the Warriors and appeared in 29 games for them during the 2010-11 season.
Lin reached the apex of his career the next season in his Linsanity run with the Knicks, and later played for the Rockets, Lakers, Hornets, Nets, Raptors and Hawks, averaging 11.6 points and 4.3 assists in 480 NBA games played.
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