Jeremy Lin has played in 17 games with the Golden State Warriors this season (Rocky Widner NBAE Getty Images)
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Jeremy Lin '10, a former
All-Ivy League guard with the Crimson and current NBA player, was
recently featured in a video on the Golden State Warriors'
The six-minute video focuses on Jeremy's collegiate career, as well as his high school playing days and time with the Golden State Warriors.
Lin has played in 17 games with the Warriors during his rookie season in 2010-11, scoring 1.9 points per contest, to go along with 1.1 steals and 0.9 assists per game. He netted a career-high 13 points against the Los Angeles Lakers Nov. 21.
Lin was a four-time All-Ivy player with the Crimson, averaging 16.4 points per game as a senior, helping Harvard to a program-record 21 victories. A USBWA and NABC all-district team honoree, as well as a Lou Henson All-America selection, Lin completed his Harvard career as the only player in Ivy League history to record 1,450 points (1,482), 450 rebounds (494), 400 assists (406) and 200 steals (225). He was also a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award, which goes to the nation’s top point guard as well as the John R. Wooden Award for the national player of the year.