Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell are expected to be the Brooklyn Nets’ backcourt starters in the 2017-18 NBA season as they aim to become a playoff contender in the Eastern Conference. However, if the two guards don’t mesh well, the Nets...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin is hoping for a bounce-back season after an injury-filled first year with the Brooklyn Nets. Lin played in just 36 games last season, and it did not help his standing in the top players list. The 28-year-old point guard was...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin could be about to embark on the sequel to the era of ‘Linsanity. Bleacher Report projects the Brooklyn Nets veteran point guard as one of the NBA’s five breakout point guards for the 2017-18 season. While Lin has grown toShow More Summary
There’s growing crossover between the world of traditional sports and esports, and one of the figures most involved in that has been Brooklyn Nets’ point guard Jeremy Lin. Lin’s passion for esports in general and Dota 2 in particular...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin feels his Brooklyn Nets having nothing to lose could make them the NBA’s big surprise winners during the 2017-18 season. “We’re making the playoffs,” the USA Today reports Lin recently boasted to anyone who would listen. “I...Show More Summary
Count Lin as a player expecting to take advantage of a weakened Eastern Conference this upcoming NBA season.
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The 2017-2018 season will mark the 6th season the Nets have been in Brooklyn, and although they’ve been in the playoffs for three of those years – No one actually takes the team too serious when it comes to being competitive. The team lost a league-worst 20 games last year, and then followed that up […]
The Nets went 20-62 last season and were the worst team in the league
NBA Jeremy Lin says "this might be the coolest thing ever!!"
NBA Jeremy Lin says “this might be the coolest thing ever!!”
No, this Asian basket wunderkind isn't that Jeremy Lin. The 14-year-old, who bears the same name as Brooklyn Nets' point guard Jeremy Lin, has been described as "one of the stand out players" at the 2017 Ballislife Jr All American Camp, that took place in Orange County, CA on Jun. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin believes Asian people have an uphill battle when it comes to making it in America -- essentially saying Asian athletes and non-athletes are "underestimated" in the U.S. The Brooklyn Nets star was giving an interview in Mandarin to…
Jeremy Lin is looking to bounce back next season after an injury-riddled first year with the Brooklyn Nets. However, the latest NBA rumors suggest that Lin could be on his way out of Brooklyn this summer. The Nets are reportedly looking...Show More Summary
It’s … interesting.
Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell are expected to become the starting backcourt for the Brooklyn Nets next season. Lin is excited to team up with Russell as they try to make the Nets competitive after finishing the season with a record 20-62. Show More Summary
Alex Wong on the ambitions and upbringing of Jeremy Lin’s younger brother, Joe, who’s playing professional basketball in Taiwan.
Jeremy Lin will have new teammates next season after the Brooklyn Nets acquired D’Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov from the Los Angeles Lakers. The Nets traded away All-Star center Brook Lopez and the 27th overall pick in this year’s NBA Draft. Show More Summary
Since Linsanity, Jeremy Lin has used his fame to address many social issues.