China-based digital content producer Thumb Media released the final installment of the three-episode documentary about Jeremy Lin. The video tackled about the journey of the former NBA star guard from free agency to the Chinese Basketball League.

Titled “Never Done”, the 13-minute video includes interviews from current Chinese national basketball team guard Guo Ailun, former Taiwanese basketball player Chen Jianzhou, Chinese actor Li Yifeng, Taiwanese singer-musician Jay Chou, CBA Analyst Wang Meng, Beijing Ducks Team Chairman Sharon Qin, and Ducks teammate Zhai Xiaochuan.

The 6-foot-3 playmaker shared how he is dealing with the traffic in Beijing, which is known for having one of the most serious traffic congestion in the world. “Every day in the car, I have meetings or I watch tapes or pray so I am gradually figuring out how to spend the time,” said Lin.

Culture shock, particularly the language barrier, is what the 31-year old Lin is adjusting to. He said that he never had a teammate whom he can talk to in Chinese “ninety-nine percent of my teammates were white or black.” He also shared that he sometimes talks to his Chinese teammates in English and speak Chinese to his foreign friends.

Despite having a Chinese descent, he is also trying to adjust to the experience of being a foreign player in the Chinese league due to his hoops experience while being treated the other way around back in the US. In his other documentary, “Linsanity” in 2013, he talked about his rise from being a nobody to being a star where he was being profiled due to his race since childhood and even the security in Madison Square Garden won’t let him in because he doesn’t believe that he’s part of the team.

Last played for the last season’s NBA champions Toronto Raptors, Lin is now spearheading the Ducks’ attack as their star point guard. He’s averaging 24.6 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 5.9 assists for Beijing. He scored 16 points, five rebounds, three assists, three steals and a block in their last night’s 87-79 win over Beikong for their sixth win in seven games.

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Jeremy Lin's move to the Toronto Raptors could be a high-risk move for the American-Asian cager. Jeremy Lin #7 of the Atlanta Hawks plays the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center on November 15, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. Getty Images/Matthew Stockman