They should base jersey prices by the salaries that they're paying the players. Hence, a higher paid player, a more expensive jersey (like kobe or lebron); a lower paid player, a cheaper jersey. This way, all of us could actually buy his jersey, get his name out, more team's will want him, and give him more money! I'm a huuggeee fan of Jeremy Lin, our families even worked closely together in SVBC when I was little; older brothers played on the same basketball team. But man.. . 80 buckss??!!!!
Just wondering, why did Jeremy change his number from 4 (which he had for high school and college) to 7? 4 was available for the Warriors.
Found the answer to my own question:"Lin said that when he showed up to play in the Mavericks' mini-camp, he was handed a jersey with the No. 7, God's number, which represents Divine completion."I was like, 'Wow, that's interesting,' " Lin said. "Deep down inside, that was God's way of reminding me he was there with me."http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/frank_hughes/07/26/jeremy.lin.warriors/index.html
anyone know what the new replica jersey will look like?
i cant wait to get a jersey, but theyre soooo expensive. and jeremy's a close friend of mine too...sigh...
I'm glad he switched to #7. I'm still amazed he wore the #4 since that number is notoriously unlucky for Chinese speakers. The Chinese for pronunciation for that number is a homonym for death.
sh*t. $80 bucks?! I'll go buy one at chinatown for 8 instead. Lin all the way baby!
do they have the actual picture of the jerseys yet? i'm gonna get one just to support jeremy. go warriors!
Go Jeremy!!!! I know GOD will prepare you and do good work through you!!!
He faced legitimate competition last night in All-star Tyreke Evans and Luther Head. I hope Jeremy can adjust to the physicality of the NBA game, and take care of the ball!
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