Jeremy Lin is in the market for a Hollywood ending. And thanks to the Houston Rockets' trade-happy standard operating procedure, he appears to have stumbled into the ideal destination. The Los Angeles Lakers acquired Lin, a future first-round pick and a 2015 second-round pick in exchange for the rights to center Sergei Lishchuk. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers’ big summer signing wasn’t Carmelo Anthony, but a former teammate who inspired the brief era known as Linsanity. Jeremy Lin, at the time a relative unknown, was claimed off waivers by the New York Knicks in late December, 2011. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers finished the 2013-14 season with an abysmal 27-55 record, but the franchise is determined to turn the corner this season and return to the NBA postseason once again. With Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash coming backShow More Summary
The Houston Rockets have had an interesting offseason, missing out on Carmelo Anthony and choosing not to match the Dallas Mavericks' offer sheet for forward Chandler Parsons. After trading Jeremy Lin and only choosing to bring in former...Show More Summary
Daryl Morey is the champion of finding silver linings. The Houston Rockets general manager had his eyes on another star this offseason, parting ways with Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik to clear cap space, declining to pick up Chandler Parsons'...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers may not have persuaded Carmelo Anthony, but they did land Jeremy Lin. After being a star in New York and then becoming an afterthought in Houston, Lin now has a chance to redeem himself in La La Land. Im SO blessed...Show More Summary
Happy Friday afternoon. If you're still stuck behind a desk, and done reading about LeBron James and Jeremy Lin, you're probably looking for something else to tide you over until you sneak out early. We've got your back. Here is a roundup of the biggest end-of-the-week Supreme Court news, including......
The Lakers officially acquired Jeremy Lin from the Houston Rockets on Sunday.
Jeremy Lin has joined the Lakers in a trade with Houston along with first- and second-round draft picks in 2015 for the rights to center Sergei Lishchuk.
The Los Angeles Lakers have made a trade with the Houston Rockets, acquiring guard Jeremy Lin as well as a future first round draft pick and a second round draft pick in 2015 (acquired by Houston in an earlier deal with the L.A. Clippers) in exchange for the rights to Sergei Lishchuk, it was announced [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers' rebuilding project might take a while in the wake of missing out on Carmelo Anthony (who will re-sign the New York Knicks, Ken Berger of CBS Sports reports) and LeBron James, but deals like the one that brought...Show More Summary
Having fallen short in the Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes, the Lakers worked quickly to acquire Jeremy Lin and re-sign unrestricted free agents Nick Young and Jordan Hill, but said goodbye to Pau […] The post Lakers Re-Sign Nick Young, Jordan Hill appeared first on SLAMonline.
Jeremy Lin is still on his way to the Los Angeles Lakers, even after the Houston Rockets failed to land coveted forward Chris Bosh in free agency.
The Houston Rockets have traded Jeremy Lin and a future first-round pick to the Los Angeles Lakers for cash. The deal shifted Lin's $15 million salary--with about $8 million counting against the cap--off Houston's books for 2014-2015, allowing the team to pursue free agents with the relief. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin takes Linsanity to the land of Showtime. The Houston Rockets have traded Lin and a future first-round pick to the Los Angeles Lakers for cash considerations, according to ESPN. This will allow the Rockets, who are strapped for free-agent cash, to free themselves of Lin’s contract, and add money to their free-agent pool.
The chaos and turbulence of the free-agency season turned the Lakers into the employers of Jeremy Lin and, yes, a certain type of insanity.
Asian American basketball fans are buzzing about Jeremy Lin's latest move -- to the Los Angeles Laker
If you're unlikely to win the NBA championship, there have to be other ways to remain relevant. The Los Angeles Lakers embraced one of them Friday with their trade for Jeremy Lin, whose arrival meshes well with the Lakers' massive global...Show More Summary
The Linsanity tour is about to make its third stop, this time with the basketball mecca that is the Los Angeles Lakers. ESPN.com's Marc Stein first hinted that talks were in the works. By now, the deal is no secret. The Houston Chronicle's...Show More Summary
The Lakers have an agreement to acquire Jeremy Lin and a 2016 first-round pick from the Houston Rockets, using cap space to acquire Lin's salary.