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The Houston Rockets continued what has bee an off-season of major changes Thursday, trading rugged point guard Kyle Lowry to the Toronto Raptors for Gary Forbes and a first round draft pick. The Rockets then agreed to terms on a four-year, $29 million offer sheet for Knicks restricted free agent Jeremy Lin, a deal the [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
HEADED TO HOUSTON?
Reports indicate that Jeremy Lin and the Houston Rockets have agreed on an offer sheet. Terms are currently unknown, but it is suspected to contain a "poison pill."
The past 48 hours have been a mad dash of
information. The funny part of all
this being that it won’t become official until July 11th, leaving
open the possibility of some Carlos Boozer-esque situations. Now I don’t have any insight on that
but I like Kevin Garnett said, “anything is possible.”
Toronto made moves to acquire a rising point
The Toronto Raptors obtained guard Kyle Lowry from the Houston Rockets in trade that sends forward Gary Forbes and a protected future first-round draft pick to the Rockets, ESPN.com reported. Lowry averaged 15 points, seven assists, five rebounds, two steals and two 3-pointers per game prior through the All-Star break, but saw his season end with an abdominal injury that required...
Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey is a numbers guy, an MIT guy, a probabilities guy. MIT is the kind of place where you can learn to predict the next face card, not hope for it.
Luck is just nonsense to a guy like Morey, but then there is this:
Last fall, the Rockets had guard Jeremy Lin on their roster, but they cut him because they already had Kyle Lowry and Goran Dragic...
Restricted free agent guard Jeremy Lin has agreed to sign a four-year, $28.8 million offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, Yahoo! Sports reported Thursday. The New York Knicks have said they would match any offer Lin receives to keep him. The earliest Lin can officially sign the offer sheet is July 11, and the Knicks would have three days after that to match the offer. If the...
When the word trickled out that Jeremy Lin could sign an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, I was reminded of a quote from the movie Pulp Fiction.
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Soon Jeremy Lin will be a little richer — either it be by the Rockets or the Knicks — as Lin and the Rockets verbally agreed on a four-year $29 million offer via Adrian Wojnarowski. Jeremy Lin has agreed to sign a four-year, $28.8 million offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, league sources told [...]
Jeremy Lin is expected to return to the Knicks, despite agreeing to a four-year, $28.8 million offer from the Rockets.
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey has a plan. He's going to steal your favorite team's restricted free agent or he's going to make you pay a ton to keep them, especially if you're already over the salary cap. Morey already offered a huge contract to Bulls back up center Omer Asik. Chicago is already paying the luxury tax thanks to Derrick Rose and...
The Toronto Raptors may have lost the Steve Nash sweepstakes, but they are still on the hunt for a decent point guard. Enter Kyle Lowry and the Houston Rockets. The Toronto Raptors are on the verge of acquiring guard Kyle Lowry from the Houston Rockets, according to sources briefed on the discussions. Sources told [...]
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