Found December 09, 2012 on 5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
PLAYERS: Jeremy Lin
TEAMS: Houston Rockets
  Houston Rockets guard Jeremy Lin recently tweeted his recently decorated Christmas tree.  Lin is about 6 feet, 3 inches and definitely towers over his tree by just a little.  A safe assumption is that his decorated tree is a 6-footer.  On another note, Jeremy Lin did include a little caption with his picture that said, Decorated my first ever christmas tree…like a boss!! #xmassswag lol His little hashtag definitely brings in a cool factor to the whole picture with him standing like a teenager next to the tree.  Perhaps getting paid $5 million this season gives Lin a reason to be extra cheerful for the holidays and actually decorate his own tree.  I mean, the tree most likely is set up at his own place and not at his brother’s place or a teammate’s crib.  
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