The NBA free agent was speaking about his emotional breakdown last month in Taiwan.
The NBA champion, now a free agent, teared up while speaking in front of a crowd in Taiwan.
The free agent said his "greatest dream" is to ball alongside his brother Joseph.
"I should enjoy and I should embrace it, and I'm not going to shy away from being able to celebrate that," Lin told the "Off The Pill" podcast of the Toronto Raptors' win.
The point guard became the first Asian American player to take home a ring.
Bucks security demanded to see Lin's game pass after Game 2 in Milwaukee.
Lin repped Asian America's drink of choice.
The NBA players chowed down on some dishes that are definitely on the funky side.
The Toronto Raptors player explained he felt a calling to speak out about Asian-American issues after he rose to global fame.
Jalen Rose couldn't have been more wrong.
Lin had some words for a Twitter user who called him a "chink."
They had an honest discussion about race, but the reality is one offense carries more weight than the other.
The Brooklyn Nets point guard said college referees did nothing when coaches or players called him "c***k."
"When they said 'yellow fever,' it wasn't all these white girls going for Asian guys."
"Hey, wouldn’t it be cool if the biggest Asian-American superhero met the biggest Asian-American sports star?"