Chinese basketball fans will get to see Jeremy Lin play G League games over the national Lunar New Year holiday with games to be shown live. Tencent, the broadcaster of the NBA in China, has announced that it will stream eight games of Lin’s Santa Cruz Warriors season. “Witness Jeremy Lin’s NBA dream chasing journey,” said the promotional video, “Is he able to make a comeback in the NBA?” Tencent also wish fans a Happy Year of the Ox in the advert, which has been shared by fans on social media, ahead of the public holiday that runs from February 11 to 17. we're just getting started #NextIsNow season tips on Feb. 10 pic.twitter.com/GzlbjGUPxy — NBA G League (@nbagleague) February 4, 2021 The 32-year-old “Linsanity” star has long one of the most popular players in China, where he spent last season playing for the Beijing Ducks in the Chinese Basketball Assocation. Lin left ahead of the current season in an attempt to chase his NBA dream, which has seen him sign for the Golden State Warriors’ G League affiliate, the Santa Cruz Warriors. Nine years after ‘Linsanity’, Lin says G League ‘feels like rookie year’ They get their season under way on February 10 – midnight on February 11 in China – with a game against the G League Ignite , a squad featuring several young players who are tipped for the top. The season will be played inside a bubble at the Walt Disney World resort near Orlando, Florida. Lin can sign for any NBA team at any point during the season, which ends on March 6 ahead of the play-offs.