Now, Lin sports a dual braided hairdo upon arrival in New York, a hairstyle that takes 30 minutes just braiding, not counting the other hair effects. Lin arrived for the formal introduction ceremony in Brooklyn and doesn’t fail to display his new eye candy. When asked for a deeper meaning on his “unusual” hairstyles , Lin said that he came to a point in his life that he can already do things he can’t when he was younger. Now that he is at the point of being free and capable to appreciate his present circumstances, the hairdo became his trademark lexicon. Lin also admitted that his parents often scold him because of these flashy hairstyles but they usually give up when words from them land on deaf ears. The 6’3 Harvard graduate said that the public reception about his hair styles was better, since there are some who “request” the kind of style he should wear for his upcoming games. When asked about what new and wild hairstyle is he willing to do with his new squad Brooklyn Nets, Lin said that mohawk is not a bad idea and he has not tried it again for a long while. Meanwhile, Lin is expected to take the leadership role with the Nets this 2016-2017 season after signing a $36 million three-year contract with the team. It is head coach and former Knicks team mate Kenny Atkinson that gave a push for Lin to take the job as point guard, which serves as the coach’s on-court extension.The last time Lin was a full-time starter in any role was during the 2012-13 season in which he averaged 13.4 points per game on 44.1 percent shooting, 6.1 assists, 1.6 steals and 1.1 triples within 32.2 minutes playtime. The 2015-2016 season with Charlotte Hornets was not very impressive for Lin after his scoring dipped to 36 percent, along with lesser figures in other statistical areas compared when he was in the Knicks. His sudden explosiveness during the end game against San Antonio Spurs was reminiscent of the old “Linsanity” brand.
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