Jeremy Lin to join brother Joseph on Taiwan's New Taipei Kings

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Jeremy Lin has declared that he will be playing for the New Taipei Kings of Taiwan's P. League+.

Announcing the move: Lin, 35, announced his decision to move to the New Taipei Kings from his previous team, the Kaohsiung 17LIVE Steelers, for the upcoming season in an X post on Thursday.

"To Kaohsiung and the Steelers, thank you for giving me some of my best times and memories as a basketball player," he wrote.

"I will forever cherish the short, but amazing, time we had together. I hope that through last season, Ive impacted you all as you have impacted me. There will forever be love for the Steelers in my heart," he continued.

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Dream come true: After thanking his previous team, the 2019 NBA champion revealed that he will be joining his brother, Joseph, 31, as a member of the New Taipei Kings.

"After many months of thinking and praying about the upcoming season, Ive decided to play for the New Taipei Kings," he said.

"This is a dream come true, a dream @Joelinsta and I have dreamt about our whole lives. To be able to share the court together as teammates. Thank you to the Kings organization for this opportunity and for believing in me."

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Considering retirement: Earlier this year, Lin considered retiring from basketball following a horrific head injury he sustained during a game against the Formosa Taishin Dreamers.

He eventually broke his silence about his future in the P. League+ in July, announcing at the time that he is “ready to get back on the court and prepare for the 2024 season, wherever that may be.”

How people reacted: Several fans congratulated Lin under his X post, with some of them expressing excitement over the fact that the two Lin brothers will be teammates.

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The Lin Bros ballin together? Awesome news! Good luck to you both,” one X user commented.

"Fourteen years of hard work has not been easy. I‘m glad you and Joe are teammates. Next I will go to New Taipei to support you," another user wrote.

"Congrats and I can't wait to see you two win a chip together!" another said.