Basketball star Jeremy Lin suffered a season-ending knee injuring on Wednesday night, but despite all of the disappointment and pain that he likely experienced, he quickly put his Christian faith on full display.
“God’s ALWAYS faithful and in control,” Lin tweeted presumably after his injury.
Gods ALWAYS faithful and in control ????
— Jeremy Lin (@JLin7) October 19, 2017
Lin, who plays for the Nets, could be seen during the game immediately grabbing his right knee in shock before proclaiming, “I’m done. I’m done.”
He was then assisted to the locker room, as the gravity of the injury set in.
Lin apparently suffered a patellar tendon rupture in his knee and will be out for the entire 2017-2018 season, The New York Post reported.
Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin suffered a patellar tendon rupture and will miss rest of season, source tells ESPN.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 19, 2017
Watch the moment his injury unfolded below:
Jeremy Lin was assisted to the locker room after this play. pic.twitter.com/WrdI5jnQNE
— Anthony Puccio (@APOOCH) October 19, 2017
Here’s another view of how it all went down:
Nets G Jeremy Lin suffered an apparent right knee injury and was helped off the court.
Prayers up for Lin. ?pic.twitter.com/XMbJ7XxzGj
— MyNBAUpdate (@MyNBAUpdate) October 19, 2017
Back in 2012, Lin became a household name after some successful moves on the court.
As TheBlaze noted in 2014, “Lin, an outspoken Christian, captured headlines when he led the New York Knicks on a 7-game winning streak during his first NBA season.”
Read more about Lin’s story here — and offer up some prayers for a quick recovery.