29 Sep '14, 2am

A Lintriguing reaction to Jeremy Lin's arrival in Los Angeles:

A Lintriguing reaction to Jeremy Lin's arrival in Los Angeles:

may be a distant memory but Jeremy Lin is still out here putting in dat werk and getting ready to step out in his new home, the Staples Center. He dropped by a Foot Locker in Culver City for the opening of the ‘adidas a Standard’, a new section within select Foot Lockers offering the best of adidas’ performance and style collections. He took some selfies with fans, including the first image above, which reminds me of when I was at the zoo as a kid and my ma took a snap of me in front of lions that were also separated from me by a glass pane. Jeez, fans be wild animals these days. If the gallery above is not ‘Linteresting’ enough for you, check the new skit from Lin’s YouTube channel, where he considers his endorsement options.

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