Jeremy Lin is from New York, so he’s a tough guy, right?
Well, actually Lin was born in Los Angeles, raised in the Bay Area and spent just one season (albeit a memorable one) playing for the Knicks. Nonetheless, no one’s soon to question the Harvard alum’s toughness after he bounced back from a rough play Friday night.
Near the beginning of the second half of the Houston Rockets’ 115-101 win over the Bucks, Lin and Milwaukee’s Larry Sanders bumped heads while going for a wild pass. Both players immediately clutched at their heads, and Lin ended up with quite a bit of blood coming from his.
Check out a video of the play below.
Thumbnail via Twitter/Houston Rockets