NYDN – An 8-year-old gunshot victim got a giant boost to his spirits Sunday when a New York Knicks representative brought him team mementos — including a Jeremy Lin bobblehead toy. Brave Bronx boy Armando Bigo was recovering in his Jacobi Medical Center bed from a stray bullet to the left shoulder when a big box of Knicks gear arrived — red jerseys and T-shirts, fan magazines, a backpack, a towel, a wash cloth and a hat. “Armando couldn’t believe it was for him,” said Ellie Flores, his aunt. “He just looked up at the guy and said, ‘Is that really for me?’” There was even a personal, hand-written letter for the second-grader to treasure. “The Knicks are so proud of you, you’re a hero to us! Get well soon, and enjoy these gifts from the team. We’ll see you at a game soon!” the letter read. Armando, who was shot on Tuesday after he ducked into a bodega in Soundview with his mother to buy chips, could be released from Jacobi as early as Monday. Meanwhile, the teen busted Friday in the shooting is being held on $250,000 bail after being charged with attempted murder. Eduardo Rodriguez, 15, was arraigned Sunday in Bronx Criminal Court after a witness identified him in a lineup, prosecutors said. Rodriguez was allegedly gunning for a teen in a rival group, police said.