Jeremy Lin – “A Rising Star”

As some of you may have heard, a man by the name of Jeremy Lin is starting to get really famous for what he has done in the NBA. Jeremy Lin is an NBA player who graduated from Harvard and got a degree for economics. Jeremy Lin was born on August 23,1988. His height is 6 feet 3 inches and he weighs 200 pounds.

The reason why Jeremy Lin is so famous is because he starting to play very well and is averaging about 15 points per game. He is inspiring to many people because he proved that if you focus on your studies and get good grades, you will have a wonderful future to your life. Also, he demonstrated that hard work makes perfect. By working hard by practicing basketball, Jeremy Lin was able to head towards the starting line-ups of his team when he used to sit in the bench for most of the games.

Jeremy is being chosen for the Rising Stars All-Star game. Every game Jeremy Lin is getting better and better, but there’s just one thing he needs to work on in my opinion. He needs to stop committing turnovers because if you look at his last game against Toronto, Jeremy Lin committed 8 turnovers in the first quarter. By not committing as much turnovers, I think Jeremy Lin will become a star in years to come.

This 24 year athlete is bringing up crowds to their feet when he enters the basketball court. But will he keep this going? Will Jeremy Lin be able to consistently score big buckets that are needed for his team? Or, will he be a big threat to other teams? No one really knows, it’s all up to Jeremy Lin.

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About Veeresh Neralagi

A young basketball fan
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