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Report: Jeremy Lin Moves From Couch To Trump Tower In White Plains

NEW YORK (WFAN) -- Bouncing around from sofa to sofa is no way for New York's latest sensation to sleep.

The Trump Tower in White Plains?

That's more like it.

According to the New York Post, Jeremy Lin is subletting the 20th-floor apartment of former Knicks fan favorite David Lee.

"The Knicks keep players there when they are new," a source told the paper. "Sometimes they stay, sometimes they find places on their own there. Amar'e (Stoudemire) was there before getting his place. Every Knick player is there before finding their own apartment."

The Golden State Warriors star shouldn't depend on Lin for a long-term rental. The Post reported Lin is "still looking for his own place" in New York City or possibly Westchester County.

On Sunday, Knicks guard Landry Fields tweeted a photo of the resting place that launched Linsanity. Lin had also spent nights on his brother's sofa this season.

"Ladies and gentlemen, the one and only couch made famous by @JLin7!" Fields tweeted. "Let the bidding begin."

"I think I might just move in with him," Lin joked after the Feb. 4 win, when came out of obscurity to drop 25 points on the New Jersey Nets.

So no more "Couching Tiger."

And now, after six straight stunning games, certainly no more "Hidden Dragon."

Can you believe the meteoric rise of Lin? Sound off in the comments below...

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