Knicks star Jeremy Lin, who has been living on his brother’s couch on the Lower East Side, is in the market for new digs:
He’s no longer a couch potato.
Breakout Knicks star Jeremy Lin — who currently sleeps on his brother’s couch on the Lower East Side — is looking for more permanent digs, sources told The Post.
A broker has already shown the NBA’s first American-born player of Chinese descent at least two high-end properties.
One is in the city and belongs to a current Knicks player looking to sell, sources said.
The other is in Westchester County, closer to the team’s practice facility in Greenburgh, according to sources close to the 6-foot-3 point guard.
But Lin isn’t very picky — not surprising, given his current living situation.
The Harvard economics grad is also open to buying or renting condos and co-ops in the city, sources said.
He’ll finally be able to afford it. Because Lin was not cut by the Knicks earlier this week, he’s guaranteed the league’s minimum $613,567 contract for second-year players.
The rest here.