New York Knicks hoops star Jeremy Lin will be saving more than $1 million in taxes by moving to Houston, estimates one group.

The Harvard-educated point guard became a major draw for the Knicks early this year, inspiring fans, especially Asian Americans, to cheer him on in a trend dubbed by New York sportswriters as “Linsanity.” But after suffering a knee injury in March, his future with the team became uncertain.

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