Lin also said he expects some of the Nets younger guys to succeed beyond expectations, specifically naming one.
Kilpatrick was praised last week by Sean Marks who said the Nets swing man had dramatically improved his body this summer with the aid of the Nets performance team. Kilpatrick told NetsDaily and the Post that he had dropped his weight by eight points and reduced his body mass index from 13.5 to 8.5.
Lin talked to Carrino and Capstraw about the Nets player-oriented culture.
"You could just even start with just food, like nutrition and the quality of food," he said. "I mean, the other day, we had lobster. Like, who eats lobster? I have never seen, smelled, or heard of lobster anything in the facility. But there was lobster."
As for the fit with Lopez, Lin joked it goes beyond basketball.
Lin also spoke of how last season in Charlotte, coming off his disappointing (if not disastrous) season in L.A., turned around his faith in the game.