What do you get when you combine very little salary-cap space with a team in dire need of a starting point guard? A sign-and-trade for Jeremy Lin. With Monta Ellis and Rajon Rondo both finding new homes this offseason, the Dallas Mavericks...Show More Summary
As some of the bigger dominoes on the free-agent market begin to collapse, it's safe to say things in the Association are about to become even more hectic. Jeremy Lin's name now makes the rounds, which summarizes the situation well—anything goes. Some teams want to trade. Show More Summary
The first few days of free agency were hectic, but even as the action slows down and everyone catches their breath, there is still plenty of work to be done in the offseason. Whether it be teams trying to offload contracts or tryingShow More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers have been all over the place since free agency kicked off. From the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes to flirting with Jimmy Butler to all kinds of trade rumors, seriously—they’ ve been everywhere. Well, LMA is now...Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks are rumored to be hot on the trail of guard Jeremy Lin, but may need to take some outside-the-box measures to land him. Reports indicate that the team is very interested in signing Lin, but lack the space to sign him to a deal. Show More Summary
Lin could become the starting point guard in Dallas. The Dallas Mavericks are "exploring sign-and-trade possibilities" to land free agent point guard Jeremy Lin from the Los Angeles Lakers, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Show More Summary
It's already been an interesting offseason for the Los Angeles Lakers. They started things off by drafting D'Angelo Russell with the second overall pick, which seemed to go against the conventional grain with Jahlil Okafor on the board. That offbeat trend has continued into the early free-agent period. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin rumors lead right to the Dallas Mavericks. It seems the Mavericks want Lin to sign an inexpensive and short-term contract with the team. A report from ESPN late Saturday (July 4), states that Lin is already giving the team strong consideration in free agency. Show More Summary
After a whirlwind three days of open negotiations between teams and free agents, just about every landscape-altering player on the market has agreed to terms with a new (or old) franchise. The teams that have clearly lost out on free...Show More Summary
Dallas is looking to fill its hole at point guard with the Lakers free agent. The Dallas Mavericks need a point guard after signing DeAndre Jordan to an $80 million deal. According to ESPN's Marc Stein, the team is firmly in the mix for Jeremy Lin. Dallas doesn't have much wiggle room under the salary cap. Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks are rumored to be the thick of the running for free agent DeAndre Jordan, but the team is quickly working on backup plans that may include Indiana Pacers big man Roy Hibbert. The Mavericks are one of a handful of...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin is an unrestricted free agent, and suitors are sure to come calling for a player who can capably serve as a low-level starter or a top-tier leader of a second unit. Even though the point guard hasn't been able to live up to...Show More Summary
The LA Lakers are not making a big splash in 2015 NBA free agency so far, and in reality, they’ve barely even made a ripple. They have had visits with some big names such as LaMarcus Aldridge, but that didn’t go so well. Some have said...Show More Summary
Christian basketball star Jeremy Lin of the LA Lakers answered questions about his plans for marriage during a worship service at a Hong Kong university on Sunday where he spoke about the challenges he faced throughout his past basketball season to a student audience of over 1,400 people.
The Chicago Bulls are rumored to be in the running for polarizing guard Jeremy Lin, though they appear to have some stiff competition for the guard. The Bulls have been busy over the first few hours of NBA free agency, getting verbal commitments from starters Jimmy Butler and Mike Dunleavy. Show More Summary
Could #Linsanity be back in New York? According to one report, it's a possibility. The post New York Knicks Have Reportedly Reached Out to Jeremy Lin appeared first on SLAMonline.
With the NBA free agency period officially underway, a flurry of rumors will present themselves regarding several players. The latest on free agent point guard Jeremy Lin is that his former team, the New York Knicks may be a possible destination for him, according to Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have a long way to go to be competitive next season, but a few key free-agent signings could make a huge difference going forward. While the return of a healthy Carmelo Anthony and the addition of rookie Jerian Grant should help improve the roster going forward, No. Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin's career has been a roller coaster since his 'Linsanity' days in New York. The former Harvard standout was acquired by the Rockets in 2012 and played for two seasons alongside James Harden, who became a superstar in his stay with Houston.
With several All-Star-caliber players available and plenty of teams possessing the requisite cap space to sign them, the 2015 NBA free-agent signing period promises to be an exciting string of days and weeks that could significantlyShow More Summary