Houston Rockets guard Jeremy Lin arrived in Taiwan on Friday to play in his parents’ homeland.
The Rockets will face the Indiana Pacers in an NBA preseason game Sunday in Taipei — a special occasion for the league’s first American-born player of Taiwanese descent.
Jeremy Lin is ready to leave all the “Lin-sanity” behind and focus on being the NBA player he’s always wanted to become.
Jeff Van Gundy joined SportsRadio 610’s J&R show to break down what he thinks the Rockets might do next.
Brian Geltzeiler, of HoopsCritic.com, joins MaD Radio to talk about the big trade in the NBA, the surprise pick at #1, and the idea that the Rockets might be shopping Jeremy Lin.
General Manager Daryl Morey was pleased with Jeremy Lin and his first season with the Rockets, he told SportsRadio 610’s morning show “In the Loop” on Wednesday.
Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the season, Jeremy Lin, the power forward position and a look to the offseason and what changes can be made.
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The Houston Rockets’ “hoop dreams” of playoff advancement were doused after losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder Friday night in Houston, 103-94.
Jeremy Lin will return to the Rockets’ lineup Friday night after missing the last two games with a chest contusion. The point guard, who injured his chest in Game 2, will not be a starter but playing off the bench.