Jeremy Lin wasn't voted into the NBA All-Star game, and he wouldn't have it any other way. Per Dave Zangaro of CSNHouston.com, the Houston Rockets point guard was "thankful" not to have been chosen as an All-Star: I’m kind of thankful I didn ’t get voted because when … I want to make sure I’m fully, fully deserving of it, when I play. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin has played very well lately. In order for the Houston Rockets to reach the playoffs, this level of success will have to continue. As the NBA exits the All-Star break, Houston holds a three-game lead over the Portland Trail Blazers for the eighth and final spot in the playoffs. Show More Summary
While labeling Jeremy Lin a bust is simple and easy, it's also narrow-minded and flat-out incorrect. On the surface, the 24-year-old point guard's first season with the Houston Rockets has been an average one. He's putting up 12.6 points (on 43.4 percent shooting), 6.2 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game. Show More Summary
There is absolutely no doubt that the leading catalyst behind the Rockets' emergence as a potential playoff team is James Harden, but Jeremy Lin deserves credit for his role in that resurgence. He is playing sound, controlled basketball while setting up his talented teammates en route to leading the No. Show More Summary
Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin launched his charitable foundation's first initiative, which aims at benefiting three Houston organizations that help underprivileged children. Lin hosted a gala Thursday evening heading into the NBA's All-Star Weekend for "The Making a Difference" project by his Jeremy Lin Foundation.
Jeremy Lin is not a top—or even mid—tier point guard in the NBA, yet. Lin’s game has been the subject of much contention throughout the league since the young man blossomed under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden in 2012. The starting point guard position in the NBA is usually the most oft criticized, much like a quarterback in the NFL. Show More Summary
When the Houston Rockets signed Jeremy Lin in the offseason, the polarizing point guard became an instant lightning rod subject. Did the Rockets make a mistake? Was Linsanity a fluke? Were the Rockets NBA Finals contenders? Now that the hysteria has died down a bit and Lin has put in 55 games with the Rockets, it's much easier to examine the move. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin has an enemy in Los Angeles Clippers center Ryan Hollins apparently. Midway through the second quarter of the Clippers win over the Houston Rockets, Hollins kicked (yes, kicked) Lin has he was sent to the floor by Lamar Odom. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin has had some trouble in Houston this season. He's not used to playing off the ball, and the emergence of ball-dominant superstar James Harden has forced Lin to figure out how to succeed as a spot-up shooter. It's been rough at times. Show More Summary
Last year, the world was introduced to "Linsanity" in all of its pomp and splendor. On Feb. 4, 2012, a young man largely unknown to the casual NBA fan stepped in to the bright lights and on to the big stage of Madison Square Garden to begin living a dream. Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets are vying for their first postseason berth since the 2008-09 campaign...because of Jeremy Lin. Currently sitting in the No. 8 spot of the Western Conference and three games ahead of the Portland Trailblazers entering Wednesday evening, Lin cannot afford to slow down. Show More Summary
"There are some things one remembers even though they never happened. There are things I remember which may never have happened but as I recall them so they take place." – Harold Pinter, Old Times Share On Facebook Share on Twitter + Comments While...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets play the Golden State Warriors tonight, but it is more than just another game for starting point guard Jeremy Lin. This game is also a homecoming for him, as he grew up in nearby Palo Alto and also had a brief stint with Golden State in 2010, and a big game would mean a lot for both his team and himself. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin is smart. Like really smart. Like confuse-the-folks-over-at-ESPN smart. In the latest "This is SportsCenter " commercial, Lin puts his Harvard education to good use, helping some ESPN anchors write their script. Lin tosses...Show More Summary
The Thunder beat the Suns in a home-and-home over the weekend by a combined 59 points.
When the Houston Rockets acquired Jeremy Lin this offseason, many expected the rising star to become the organization's franchise player. James Harden's arrival and Kevin McHale's coaching tactics have since created a different path for Lin. Show More Summary
It’s been a little more than a year since Linsanity began to sweep the NBA landscape. The lights aren’t shining quite as brightly on the budding star this season, but he’s still playing like one of the best point guards in the league. Show More Summary
These three appear to enjoy playing together.