PARK CITY, Utah — There's more Linsanity going on at the Sundance Film Festival.
Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin, who is the subject of a documentary that premiered at the festival last weekend, will see it for himself on Sunday.
Lin and some of his teammates will attend a screening in Salt Lake City, according to the film's representatives. (While most of the festival takes place in Park City, additional screenings are held in Salt Lake, located about 30 miles away.)
The timing is perfect since it is the last day of the festival and Sunday is a travel day for the Rockets, who play the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake on Monday.
Linsanity chronicles the life and career of Lin, the first American-born NBA player of Chinese or Taiwanese descent. The documentary includes footage of Lin in high school, where he led his team to the California state championship, at Harvard and in the NBA, where he was on the verge of being cut from the New York Knicks when he captured worldwide attention with a run of amazing games.