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"Well I think the obvious thing is, in my mind, is that I was Asian-American, which is a whole different issue, but that was a barrier."

Houston Rockets forward JEREMY LIN, on why he wasn’t drafted out of high school, despite being once named California high school basketball player of the year.
Lin says the notion that Asian-Americans can’t play basketball is a “stereotype”; he also went undrafted by the NBA following his stint at Harvard.
(via CBS News; photo of Lin at Harvard by Mitchell Layton / Getty Images via The New York Daily News)

"Well I think the obvious thing is, in my mind, is that I was Asian-American, which is a whole different issue, but that was a barrier."

Houston Rockets forward JEREMY LIN, on why he wasn’t drafted out of high school, despite being once named California high school basketball player of the year.

Lin says the notion that Asian-Americans can’t play basketball is a “stereotype”; he also went undrafted by the NBA following his stint at Harvard.

(via CBS News; photo of Lin at Harvard by Mitchell Layton / Getty Images via The New York Daily News)