The Los Angeles Lakers are entering a new chapter in their franchise history. Jeremy Lin is set to become a free agent, and the Lakers may or may not re-sign him. Here's a few reasons why the Lakers should and should not re-sign the point guard.
Jeremy Lin has an expiring contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, and it remains to be seen whether or not they will re-sign him. Lin is still very young, and he could help a team next season. Where do you think Lin will be playing next year?
The 2014-15 NBA season is halfway complete, and a lot of teams need to make a trade soon. Whether it's to improve their roster or to clear up salary cap space, numerous NBA teams will certainly be busy before the trade deadline.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are struggling this season so far at 3-7. The Thunder have injuries to Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, and adding depth to the roster via trade may be the best option. Could Jeremy Lin be an option?
Jeremy Lin and the Los Angeles Lakers have a tough rough ahead next NBA season. New head coach Byron Scott has a new plan in store, but many questions still remain on next year's roster. Here's a few ways Lin can help the new-look Lakers.
Jeremy Lin is a very talented point guard, and he will be playing for the Los Angeles Lakers next season. Lin has numerous times he wants more playing time next season. Here are five things Lin can improve upon.
The Los Angeles Lakers have finally selected their new head coach, Byron Scott. One of the biggest decisions he will have to make going forward in his first season is at point guard. Both Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin will fight for the starting role.
Jeremy Lin is one of the most polarizing players in the NBA. The Los Angeles Lakers have brought him aboard, but many questions still remain. Can Linsanity fit in with Kobe Bryant and the Lakers, or will this experiment end in disaster?
As the Houston Rockets continue to court Carmelo Anthony, inciting a controversy involving current Rockets player Jeremy Lin, the Rockets and the Philadelphia 76ers have been in serious trade talks over the past days for Lin. Is the popular player headed to the City of Brotherly Love?
The Houston Rockets are clearing cap space this off-season. The team recently traded away center Omer Asik in exchange for a first round pick. Does this mean Jeremy Lin is on his way out? Or could it mean that a superstar is on his way in?