Former NBA player Jeremy Lin gave an interview today and he responded to not returning to China to participate in the CBA.
Jeremy Lin said that this decision is difficult, but he still has NBA dreams. He said: "This is the hardest decision in my life, because everything in China is great. I like to play in the CBA and also like to work for Beijing Shougang. The team plays, so it’s difficult to leave here, but I still have the NBA dream."
Then he said: "I feel that doing this requires more faith. If I want to enter the NBA, I need to put aside the comfortable environment around me, what I already have, and what I am doing. This is what I do now. thing."
Jeremy Lin said that with the change of age, his definition of success is also changing. He said: "I definitely think that my definition of success is slowly changing, because for me, I am very anxious about success, which is how I am. Guy, but this is also my character, I want to be good, I want to be excellent. For now, the definition of success is more of the journey of life, which is how I define my own journey, because the dead are like this I don’t give up day and night. I feel that my 21-year-old is just like yesterday and I just graduated from university, and now I’m an old guy. I need to put ice on my knees and do all the stretching activities. You never need to do this after training."
(Edit: Cosmic Phantom)