Jersey Worn by Lin in 38-Point Game vs Lakers on Charity Auction Block

The New York Knicks are taking advantage of the publicity surrounding their newly discovered star by trying to raise money for one of the club’s charity partners.  A jersey worn by Jeremy Lin when he scored a career high 38 points against the L.A. Lakers last Friday is being auctioned off to benefit the Garden of Dreams Foundation.

Fans and collectors can now bid for the autographed white home jersey, four tickets and a postgame meet and greet with Lin for the Feb. 22 game versus Atlanta, on

The online auction will end on Feb. 21.

Lin is this week’s Sports Illustrated cover boy and the photo on the front shows him playing against the Lakers.

Current high bid as of Tuesday night was $7,000.

Garden of Dreams is a 501(c) (3) non-profit charity that works closely with all areas of The Madison Square Garden Company, including the New York Knicks, Rangers, Liberty, MSG Networks, MSG Entertainment and Fuse. Garden of Dreams helps create unique  events and activities – often involving unprecedented access to Madison Square Garden celebrities, events and venues – that have brightened the lives of special children and their families.