Original title: Jeremy Lin and national youth core Wang Quanze training: proud that we can represent Chinese players
Beijing time on October 27th, former Beijing Shougang foreign aid Lin Shuhao issued a document, revealing that he was training with Wang Quanze, the core of the National Youth Men's Basketball Team and currently studying in the United States, and said that he would always support Wang Quanze.
Jeremy Lin wrote: "Training with Wang Quanze on the weekend, great young UPENN player! I will always cheer for you, except you don't like Harvard, haha. I am proud that we can represent Chinese players here and share my experience! As always, Josh Fan makes our training full of challenges! Come on every day!"
Wang Quanze also replied Jeremy Lin: "Thank you, Brother Hao, for taking you as an example before I was in the United States. I was almost shaken when I wanted to move your name out when Harvard recruited me. This training I not only saw it. Your strong body also sees your strong heart. This is the only way to become a top athlete. My path starts from defeating Harvard next season, hahaha. Josh Fan thank you for your training, I will keep everything you say in my heart."
Wang Quanze is 2.06 meters tall and currently studying at the University of Pennsylvania. He is one of the most outstanding Chinese players in the NCAA league. In the first season of the NCAA, he averaged 8.5 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1 assist. In the summer of 2019, Wang Quanze was selected for the U19 National Youth Men's Basketball Team, during which he also trained with Li Nan's men's basketball team for a period of time. However, due to a serious knee injury, his college coach announced at the end of 2019 that he was reimbursed for the season and will undergo surgery.
Jeremy Lin announced in the CBA offseason that he would not renew his contract with Beijing Shougang and would leave the CBA to return to the United States to pursue the NBA dream. However, no team has made it clear that he will sign him.