Jeremy Lin is returning to New York — to play for the Nets.
Lin, the one-time star of Linsanity as a member of the Knicks, has agreed to terms on a deal that will land him back in the city that made him a global star. It is a solid move by the Nets, who are in a full rebuild after years of disastrous trades and were seeking stability at the point guard position.
On his Twitter account, Lin posted an illustration of himself wearing a Nets jersey and the No. 7. He also wrote, “The journey continues … thankful for the next chapter!! #Godisgood”
The terms of the deal — three years and $36 million — were reported Friday morning by the Vertical.
Lin, 27, is coming off a decent season with the Charlotte Hornets in which he averaged 11.7…