Jeremy Lin and his brother Joseph Lin have won their first professional basketball game together with the New Taipei Kings in an East Asian Super League game.
The two brothers faced the Seoul SK Knights on Wednesday at the Xinzhuang Gymnasium in New Taipei City, The South China Morning Post reports. Joseph scored 19 points helping the team to a 90-72 win.
“I just told [Joseph] to go for it and don’t think about helping me,” Jeremy Lin, 35, said, according to The South China Morning Post. “He wanted to help me but I just couldn’t get it going.
According to Bleacher Report, Jeremy announced that he was signing with the New Taipei Kings in September. In his announcement, he said he had been doing a lot of praying about the decision. He added that he and his brother had always dreamt about playing together.
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