If you’ ve lived in the New York area this basketball season, you’ ve surely heard the debate: Did the Knicks make the right decision in choosing Raymond Felton over Jeremy Lin and Steve Nash? Felton was coming off of the worst season of his career in Portland where he freely admitted that he wasn ’t in shape during the season. Show More Summary
What will be Jeremy Lin's future now that Linsanity is a memory?
Jeremy Lin had a minimal impact this postseason while the Houston Rockets were knocked out by the Oklahoma City Thunder and shouldn't be in the team's plans going forward. The Rockets didn't pay Lin to come in and be a small-time point guard. Show More Summary
The headline sounds so final, when Jeremy Lin and his Houston Rockets might in actuality be hanging around these playoffs a while longer. After all, the Rockets have already made history, becoming—along with the New York Knicks—one of just 12 teams to force a Game 6 after being down three games to none. Show More Summary
After the Rockets won games four and five to get back into their opening round series against the Thunder, many pointed to the injury to Russell Westbrook as the reason that the Thunder suddenly look vulnerable. But it might actually be the injury to Jeremy Lin that is hurting the Thunder the most. Show More Summary
For the Houston Rockets, less of Jeremy Lin has meant more NBA playoff success. Houston fell behind the Oklahoma City Thunder 3-0 in their best-of-seven series, a deficit that no team in the history of the league has ever come back from. Show More Summary
The story of the NBA Playoffs so far has been comebacks. Whether it's the Celtics coming back "Boston Strong" to force the Knicks back to the Garden or the Grizzlies fighting back against the Clippers, there have been a lot of series that have gone much deeper than expected. Show More Summary
For the Oklahoma City Thunder, the road to the second round still goes through the Houston Rockets. Down Jeremy Lin and in spite of James Harden's 10 turnovers, the Rockets escaped the Toyota Center with their first victory of the NBA playoffs. Show More Summary
If the Houston Rockets are going to capitalize on the momentum gained in their thrilling Game 4 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, James Harden has to step up his play. Harden is always the heart of the Rockets' attack, but that...Show More Summary
Houston's Jeremy Lin was not in the starting lineup for the Houston Rockets for Game 4 against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Houston Rockets are down three-games-to-none against the Oklahoma City Thunder in their first-round playoff series. Not coincidentally, Jeremy Lin has struggled mightily and clearly isn ’t 100 percent healthy. A quick look at the...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin is having a truly awful series against the Thunder. The Rockets point guard is averaging 4.3 points, 2.7 assists and 2.3 turnovers per game while shooting 25 percent. This despite playing 24 minutes per game and getting all three starts. Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets trail the Oklahoma City Thunder 2-0 in their first-round NBA playoff series, but the door is suddenly open for a comeback due to Russell Westbrook's injury. If point guard Jeremy Lin doesn't suit up for the Rockets in Game 3, though, Houston doesn't stand a chance moving forward. Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets will make a game-time decision on whether point guard Jeremy Lin will play in Game 3 against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night.
The Houston Rockets have one of the most-talented young backcourts in the league this year, and the duo of James Harden and Jeremy Lin have performed well thus far. Add on the unknown defensive stalwart Patrick Beverley and you have a backcourt that is capable of taking the team deep into the playoffs. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin's playoff action has left just about everything to be desired. The Linsanity era with the New York Knicks last season did not extend into the postseason because of a meniscus injury to Lin, so the popular—and polarizing—point guard is now getting his first playoff run in a Houston Rockets uniform. Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets could be without starting point guard Jeremy Lin when they host the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 3 on Saturday night.
The Houston Rockets have listed star point guard Jeremy Lin as day-to-day with a bruised right chest muscle. Lin, who played all 82 of the Rockets regular-season games this year (despite a series of ankle sprains), sustained the chest injury during the Rockets’ 105-102 game 2 playoff loss in Oklahoma City on Wednesday night. With [...]Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets are a terrific young team with a lot of potential, but they don’t stand much of a chance upending the Oklahoma City Thunder in the opening round of the playoffs—even if Jeremy Lin were at full strength. The pointShow More Summary
Houston point guard Jeremy Lin is listed as day to day with a bruised right chest muscle he suffered in a Game 2 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.