Jeremy Lin isn’t here to play games.

The Brooklyn Nets point guard responded to a Twitter user who called him a “chink” after the actor tweeted about New England Patriots close-fisted aim Rob Gronkowski during Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Being the notoriously respectful dude that he is, the detail guard applauded back neatly, making down the gentle, subservient Asian stereotype in the process.

The offensive tweet and user sketch have since been deleted. Several social media users have praised Lin’s handling of the situation.

Lin has been targeted with ethnic slurs and discrimination in the past. He revealed in an interview last year that when he was playing for Harvard University, fans at Cornell announced him “chink” and adjudicators is impossible to take decisions. While frisking Georgetown University, person screamed “chicken fried rice, ” “beef lo mein” and “beef and broccoli” throughout the game. The schedule goes on.

When Lin’s career took off in the NBA, stimulating a hysterium referred to under as “Linsanity, ” ESPN produced a piece entitled “Chink in Armor.” The headline was removed and the ESPN employee who wrote the essay, Anthony Frederico, was subsequently fired.

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