Jeremy Lin Rookie Card Sells For $22K

Every day now seems to provide proof that Jeremy Lin is no longer just a basketball player, but a blossoming international icon.

After a seven-day EBay auction ended Thursday, a Lin rookie card sold for $21,580, resulting in a profit of $20,580 for a 29-year old Knicks season-ticket holder with a good sense of investment.

Yair Rozmaryn, a New York native, originally bought the card on Feb. 8, two days after Lin's first start. What might have looked like a crazy investment at the time -- "I took a calculated risk," Rozmaryn told Bloomberg -- quickly proved visionary as Linsanity swept the Big Apple (and the universe), netting Rozmaryn a huge profit in just two weeks time.

The moral of the story: Linvest wisely, folks.

For more on Jeremy Lin and the Knicks, check out the latest in this SB Nation New York StoryStream. For more Knicks coverage, visit our team page or our blog Posting and Toasting.

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