Jeremy Lin: Future Looks Foggy, Planning To Go Back To New York Knicks? Unhappy With NBA 2k15 Ratings!

Jeremy Lin claimed fame in a very short period of time, but now it looks like his performance is speaking otherwise. At one point of time Lin was seen as a budding star but with not so good performances in the recent past the 26 year old point guard has a foggy way ahead.

Lin who is presently the point guard for the Lakers was outshined by the young and new Jordan Clarkson. Jeremy has his future with Lakers on stake. There have been speculations on whether he will continue to be an integral part of the Lakers.

Experts are also looking at the possibility of him moving out and going somewhere else to try and reclaim his old fame. Lin claimed fame while playing for the New York Knicks. In 2011-12, Lin played 35 games, with 27-28 minutes per game. This was the time when the young lad got recognition. His season average back then was 14.6 points per game and 6.2 assists. These figures continue to be his career best as of now.

With Jeremy Lin having a very disappointing season with the Lakers it is not just his future with the team that worries him at this point of time. His performance has also affected his ranking in the NBA 2k15.

Yibada states that although the player has a bad season, he still deserves a better ranking than 75 on the NBA 2k15.

The players started the season with 78, but due to his poor performance all throughout the season where he averaged only 11.2 points a game. He played a considerable share of time in every game, but still his scores speak otherwise.

Lin went ahead to say that he likes playing NBA 2k15 and he is pretty good at that game. He titles himself as a pro in the game. Lin was upset seeing his stats in categories like inside offense and passing. He found them to be lower than he what he had expected. Further Lin mentions that he was disheartened to see his overall strength to be only 35.