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New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin can finally stop sleeping on his brothers couch. That’s right Lin has found himself a home. With his contract now guaranteed for the rest of the 2011-12 NBA season he’s subletting former Knick David Lee’s apartment at the Trump Tower. I guess this completes his overnight transition to stardom, he goes from no one to the starting point guard of the New York Knicks and from sleeping on his brothers couch to living at the famous Trump Tower in White Plains, New York.
The Knicks star guard, who’s been famously crashing on his big brother’s couch on the Lower East Side, is moving up in the world to the 20th floor of posh Trump Tower in downtown White Plains.
“Yes, he’s staying there,” a source within the building told The Post.
Lin is subletting from his former teammate on the Golden State Warriors, ex-Knick David Lee. The terms of the sub-lease have not been disclosed. (NY Post)
This could be just a short term stop for Lin as the Post reports that he’s still looking for his own place in the city, although he hasn’t ruled out his own place at the Tower.
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