Jeremy Lin Subletting At Ex-Knick David Lee's Apartment

New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin doesn't have to stay on his brother's couch anymore. He now has an apartment to call his own. The apartment is owned by former Knick David Lee.

Lin is subletting from his former teammate on the Golden State Warriors, ex-Knick David Lee. The terms of the sub-lease have not been disclosed. (via NY Post)

A source at the Post says that Lin is still seeking out his own place and might not stay in Lee's apartment for long.

"The Knicks keep players there when they are new. Sometimes they stay, sometimes they find places on their own there. Amar'e was there before getting his place. Every Knick player is there before finding their own apartment," the source said.

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