Last week, Jeremy Lin was a Knicks benchwarmer with a non-guaranteed contract who slept on his brother's couch.

Now Lin is named the NBA's Eastern Conference player of the week (27.3 points and 8.3 assists per game), has the league's No. 1-selling jersey and is the subject of a record-breaking number of headline puns.

But the "Linsanity" doesn't end with jerseys and newspaper headlines.

One savvy Ebay member -- and apparently a schoolmate of Lin's from their days at Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School -- is auctioning his seventh- and eighth-grade yearbooks.

The seventh-grade edition features Lin's yearbook photo and a, shall we say, "Linscription," from Jeremy himself, and is available for the Buy It Now price of $4,800.

The eighth-grade edition (available for the cheaper Buy It Now price of $2,800) isn't "Linscribed," but once again features Lin's yearbook photo, as well as a photo of the entire basketball team.

Locks from Lin's first haircut and his baby teeth have yet to hit the market, but we'll keep you posted.

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