The Make-A-Wish Foundation has helped the Jeremy Lin boy fulfill his dream of becoming an NBA Superstar.
“Most kids ask for a ride on a fire truck or a special visit from a sports hero, but young Jeremy Lin made it clear that he wanted to play in the National Basketball Association and average over 20 points per game while beating his long-time idol Kobe Bryant in front of a nationally televised audience at Madison Square Garden,” said Make-A-Wish Foundation director Scott Smith.
“This one was a doozy,” continued Smith “We had to coordinate practice times with the coaches and clear legal papers with the NBA, as well as teach young Jeremy Lin the proper skills to perform at the highest level of basketball on earth. The toughest part was getting him to practice on time. He’d frequently be half way into an episode of Spongebob and realize he was late.
Knicks’ forward Amar’e Stoudemire said, “Little Jeremy Lin brings smiles to our entire team. One time, I walked into the locker room and saw that Jeremy had drawn all over our white walls with his new crayon set. It was a disaster! There were pictures of dinosaurs and cowboys and space aliens all over. You should have seen the look on coach’s face.”
New York Knicks’ Coach Mike D’Antoni said, “Yeah, I remember when Jeremy drew on the wall. He’s a cute kid, but I had to have a serious talk with him about being a good boy. I made him clean up the wall, run 10 miles and fined him $250,000 for insubordination. When Kobe date-raped that girl in Denver he was fined $280,000 so I thought that was a fair number. Sometimes you just have to have tough love.”
D’Antoni continued, “I also made Carmelo Anthony run as well, while I don’t have proof that Carmelo colored on the walls I do know that he talked Jeremy into writing on them. That was a bad thing to do. I’m very disappointed in him. He’s not to play with his Gameboy for a week either.”
Knicks’ center Tyson Chandler said, “Jeremy’s enthusiasm really gets the team going. The world is so new to him. And it’s cute because he’s getting at the age where he’s starting to like girls. Too bad that rare disease will probably kill him in like a week or two.”All photos and content used by Milk the Bull meet all legal and copyright approval. All characters, stories, itemas and situations on this site, even those based on real people, are entirely fictional.