Though Jeremy Lin conceded he has "a lot of holes" in his own game the Houston Rockets' point guard said he believes the free-agent signing of Dwight Howard makes the team a dangerous threat as an NBA championship contender.
Reminded that Hakeem Olajuwon told Fox 26 in Houston the Howard-Lin tandem on offense could be "very deadly" after the former Rockets great worked out both in Colorado Lin said "I think our team can be deadly" in a taped interview to be aired on ESPN Radio's "The Ian O'Connor Show" on Sunday morning.
"I think Dwight Howard himself is already pretty deadly of a player" Lin said. "For us it's just a matter of getting on the same page and buying into the system and I think adding [Howard] as a piece to the puzzle it's incredible. I think we're all extremely excited and we know what we have and he looks healthy he looks explosive and he's looking better and better in terms of recovering from his [back] surgery."
Howard left the Los Angeles Lakers in July to sign ...