Jeremy Lin might be playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, but fans of the NBA player can see them any time they want in Northern California. The popular NBA player is now part of the Madame Tussauds exhibit at the San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. According to the Gospel Herald on Sunday, the NBA player was at the unveiling of the wax figure with his mom and they helped celebrate his achievements in basketball.
The figure at Madam Tussauds is quite elaborate and gives fans a chance to see the basketball player at work. Posed mid-slam dunk, Lin is hanging from the rim and wearing a Los Angeles Lakers jersey. The waxed Lin took quite a bit of time to put together in a painstaking production. After four months and 20 artists, the result seen by fans will have a lasting impact as the 6-foot-3-inch point guard can’t be ignored when seen at the museum.
The former Palo Alto High School star was introduced as a new member of the Los Angeles Lakers only about a month ago at a news conference in Los Angeles. The NBA star is set to player at one of the most popular franchises in the league and Lin knows he will be watched closely as he plays next to Kobe Bryant.
The fans have already taken to Jeremy Lin and many are looking forward to the moments he has on the court. For now anyone who wants to see the NBA star up close and personal needs to take a ride to San Francisco to see get a great picture.