"I wish him luck," Misaka said Tuesday from his home in Salt Lake City, Utah. "I don't know exactly what kind of player he is, except for what I've read about him. I sure hope that he can stick. New York could be a great place for him, although Oakland would've been great too with all of the Chinese people that are in California. I think it was one of the reasons why they drafted him. He should have a big following [in New York] if he gets a chance to play."
And just in case you were wondering, in the first five games that Lin has been on the roster with the Knicks, he's played in 1 game (against Detroit), playing 4 minutes with 4 points and one turnover.