NBA hopeful Jeremy Lin has told Chinese fans that quarantine is “annoying” as he continues to train for his stint in the G League with the Santa Cruz Warriors. The 32-year-old went into quarantine last Friday ahead of meeting up with his new team and travelling to the G League bubble in Orlando, Florida. “Continue to prepare,” Lin wrote on Weibo, along with a video of him working out in his hotel room, where he will spend seven days. “I have been waiting for a long time, honestly a bit annoying, but these few weeks will pass very quickly, and I will be able to play ball soon.” Jeremy Lin #QuarantineLife in Santa Cruz @JLin7 Weibo: Continue to prepare. I waited for a long time, honestly a bit annoying, but these few weeks will pass quickly, and I'll be able to play soon 繼續準備。等了很久，老實說有點煩惱，但這幾週會過得很快，很快就能上場打球了。 pic.twitter.com/C2v4OG56mK — Popo Chung (@PopoChung7) January 25, 2021 The G League will begin in February, with Lin set to play 15 games unless an NBA team comes in to sign him. While the Santa Cruz team are the affiliates of the Golden State Warriors, Lin is free to sign with any of the 30 teams in the league. Jeremy Lin says faith kept NBA dream alive, gives US$200,000 grants Lin is no stranger to quarantine having had to undergo two weeks in China when he returned last year to play for the Beijing Ducks ahead of the Chinese Basketball Association resuming. The league was put on pause as China battled the coronavirus pandemic and Lin returned to his native US before being called back in When the CBA resumed teams were based in a bubble, staying in the same hotel outside training and matches. Lin’s Ducks were based in Qingdao. Jeremy Lin back in China and in quarantine ahead of CBA return This gives Lin another potential advantage in the G League, which is following the model used by the NBA to finish last season playing behind closed doors at the ESPN Wide World of Sports at Disney World.