The age of Linsanity may be over, but Jeremy Lin is now an NBA champion.
Lin, who played just one minute (Game 3) in the NBA Finals, will get a championship ring after the Raptors defeated the Warriors’ 114-110 in Game 6 on Thursday night.
The Raptors signed the former Knick and Net in February. In the regular season, Lin, who started the year with the Atlanta Hawks, played 23 games for Toronto, starting just three.
Lin, a nine-year veteran, has averaged 11.6 points and 4.3 assists per game in his 480-game career.
The Raptors fans had an up-close look at Linsanity when it was at the height of its power in 2012 when Lin drilled a game-winning straightaway 3-pointer with 0.5 seconds left to cap a comeback from 17 points down and lift the Knicks to a 90-87 win in Toronto.