New York Knicks newest All-Star, Jeremy Lin, who in a matter of 6 games went from sitting on the bench to being on the cover of Sports Illustrated, is now stretching out in his own space he can call home according to the Daily News.
Lin has been sleeping on his brothers couch, but the All-Star is now subletting a 2 bedroom condo in the Trump Building on Main Street in White Plains from former New York Knick David Lee. The building offers amenities such as an outdoor basketball court and an indoor court as well on the 9th floor, indoor and outdoor pools, a gym, a spa, and it’s just a quick 10 minutes to the Knicks practice facility. The 35 story Trump Tower in downtown White Plains is also home to several other Knicks players and some New York Rangers. Amar’e Stoudemire rented there as well before he moved into his new Manhattan home.
Lin’s new house is located on the 20th floor and includes cherry wood floors, marble bathrooms, a built-in sound system, and incredible views of New York City.
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