Jeremy Lin finalizes the deal with the Warriors

It could be Lin-sanity in the Bay Area.

The Golden State Warriors reportedly struck a deal with Jeremy Lin. It’s a G-League deal to play with the Santa Cruz Warriors, according to Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated.

It is a transaction for Exhibition 10, a one-year contract in the minimum league that guarantees an invitation to camp. It can be turned into a two-way contract between the NBA team and the G-League team or the player can be dropped.

the business depends on a letter of authorization by the Chinese Basketball Association, where he played last season, for Shams Charania from The Athletic.

Lin returns to the Warriors system a decade later

Jeremy Lin and Steph Curry.
Jeremy Lin is close to a deal with the G League side of Stephen Curry’s Warriors. (Photo by AP / Ben Margot)

Lin, 32, began his NBA career with the Warriors in the 2010-11 season. The goalkeeper had an average of 2.6 points at 38.9% in 29 matches.

During the second New York Knicks player campaign, he became a successful star. He had career highs in points (14.6 PPG), assists (6.2) and shooting percentage (44.6%), although he only played in 35 games.

Lin has jumped around the NBA since then and last played for the Toronto Raptors in the 2018-19 season. He won an NBA title with the team after the Atlanta Hawks bought his contract in February.

In the Chinese Basketball Association, Lin played a solid first season, but experienced a multitude of health problems, given the physical nature of the competition.

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