Since becoming a household name, Jeremy Lin has seen his No. 17 jersey become a hot commodity. According to The Wall Street Journal, Modell's Sporting Goods, a New York-based sports store, sold approximately 10,000 jerseys, with intentions to sell an estimated 160,000 additional jerseys, as of February 21. Adidas, which has a licensing agreement with the NBA, plans to distribute Linâ€™s jerseys to 6,700 stores across China. As reported by CBS Sports, Linâ€™s jersey from his first New York game sold on eBay for $40,000, a price higher than most D-League playersâ€™ salary. Similarly, the game-winning jersey he wore against the Los Angeles Lakers, where Lin scored 38 points, sold for more than $42,000, after starting at an introductory price of $1,100. All proceeds were donated to the Garden of Dreams Foundation. Not only is Lin selling jerseys, heâ€™s selling rookie cards, too. As reported by CBS News, Linâ€™s signed, Golden State Warriors rookie card recently sold for $21,580 on eBay.