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Atlanta Hawks 2018-2019 player preview: Jeremy Lin

Atlanta Hawks 2018-2019 player preview: Jeremy Lin

Lin missed all of last season with injury and will be looking to bounce back with the Hawks. In advance of the 2018-2019 NBA season, the Peachtree Hoops crew will preview each player on the current roster. The twelfth installment covers newcomer Jeremy Lin. Jeremy Lin would most likely be very happy just having a season where he is able to stay healthy after the way the last two years have gone. Aside from his health issues, Lin has been a pretty solid point guard and if the Atlanta Hawks can just get average production from Lin, they’ll surely be pleased. Reputation Lin has already made...
NetsDaily Sep 13, 2018
The Brooklyn Nets have point guard insurance with Caris LeVert

The Brooklyn Nets have point guard insurance with Caris LeVert

So suppose Spencer Dinwiddie does gets traded? Who moves into his role, as back-up point guard and sometime 2 guard. Think Caris LeVert, writes Chris Milholen. The Brooklyn Nets STILL have a crowded depth chart in the backcourt rotation heading into the 2018-19 season ... even after the trades that sent Jeremy Lin and Isaiah Whitehead packing. D’Angelo Russell will of course run the point guard position and be the floor general as well but he’ll have plenty of company. The logjam begins off the bench. The Nets have Spencer Dinwiddie, Shabazz Napier, and Caris LeVert who can and are...
Soaring Down South Sep 12, 2018

Atlanta Hawks: 3 Goals for Jeremy Lin in 2018-19

Almost two months ago, the Atlanta Hawks acquired Jeremy Lin in a trade with the Brooklyn Nets. After acquiring Lin from Brooklyn it was evident that the Hawks were going to move on from Dennis Schröder. Schröder would eventually be traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The trade solidified that Trae Young will be the point […] Atlanta Hawks: 3 Goals for Jeremy Lin in 2018-19 - Soaring Down South - Soaring Down South - An Atlanta Hawks blog
ClutchPoints Sep 10, 2018
Nets minority owner Joe Tsai admits trading Jeremy Lin was difficult

Nets minority owner Joe Tsai admits trading Jeremy Lin was difficult

The deal that sent Jeremy Lin from the Brooklyn Nets to the Atlanta Hawks this off-season apparently did not sit well with one of the team’s minority owners. Joe Tsai, a high-ranking official with the Alibaba group, recently shared that this deal “hurt,” not only because Lin was a good friend, but it can also […] The post Nets minority owner Joe Tsai admits trading Jeremy Lin was difficult appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Sep 9, 2018
Joe Tsai: Jeremy Lin deal hurt, but he has big plans for ‘entire NBA’ in China

Joe Tsai: Jeremy Lin deal hurt, but he has big plans for ‘entire NBA’ in China

At a press conference Wednesday to unveil his latest charity located in his father’s hometown, Joe Tsai reiterated that the trade of Jeremy Lin hurt, but that he must respect management’s decision. And the Nets new minority owner suggested that he wants to push the “entire NBA” in China. According to Sohu.com, Tsai said he was Lin’s “biggest fan” and called Lin “a very good friend.” When asked if the Nets still have a connection with China after the trade, the executive vice-chairman of e-commerce giant Alibaba noted he’s interested in the NBA’s broader appeal in...
ClutchPoints Aug 28, 2018
Jeremy Lin gets mistaken as a high schooler by Lyft driver

Jeremy Lin gets mistaken as a high schooler by Lyft driver

New Atlanta Hawks recruit Jeremy Lin is already 30-years-old. However, one particular Lyft driver seems to believe that he does not look the part, and has recently mistaken the 6-foot-3 guard as a high school student. It was Lin himself who shared a live feed of himself inside a Lyft car via his Instagram stories. […] The post Jeremy Lin gets mistaken as a high schooler by Lyft driver appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Aug 28, 2018
Scotto: Fear of failure — and developing the future — drives Kenny Atkinson

Scotto: Fear of failure — and developing the future — drives Kenny Atkinson

Mike Scotto sat down —and maybe did some walking, too— with Kenny Atkinson recently to talk not just coaching but how he views life as well. From his first coaching “job”, a volunteer gig with a French club, to the Nets, the 51-year-old third-year coach is all about two things: avoiding failure and helping his charges get better, whether it’s Jeremy Lin or Al Horford or Joe Harris. Fear of failure is, he admits, the bigger motivator. “The pain of a loss stays with you longer,” Atkinson told Scotto. “Listen, that could be the cynical New Yorker in me. When my dad came home it...
NetsDaily Aug 24, 2018
STASH UPDATE: Play starts this weekend

STASH UPDATE: Play starts this weekend

Two of the Nets three stashes will be in action over the next couple of weeks as European leagues and FIBA World Cup Qualifiers get underway. For one of the two, it will be a big deal. Isaia Cordinier, the 6’5” French point guard acquired in the Jeremy Lin trade with Atlanta, may see his first action in a year this weekend as his team, the Antibes Sharks, opens preseason play. It’s not certain Cordinier will play but he’s been practicing after spending the last eight months rehabbing from double knee surgery. Although Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted the day of the trade “you’ll...
Soaring Down South Aug 24, 2018

Atlanta Hawks: Will Trae Young or Jeremy Lin Start at Point Guard?

A debate on which new point guard the Atlanta Hawks will start next year: Trae Young or Jeremy Lin. The Atlanta Hawks brought in not one, not two but three new point guards (including Two-Way PG Jaylen Adams) during the 2018 offseason. In doing so, they lost both of their options at the one from […] Atlanta Hawks: Will Trae Young or Jeremy Lin Start at Point Guard? - Soaring Down South - Soaring Down South - An Atlanta Hawks blog
Lake Show Life Aug 20, 2018

Los Angeles Lakers: Jeremy Lin named a player to target in trade

Do you agree that the Los Angeles Lakers should be targeting Jeremy Lin in a trade? The Los Angeles Lakers re-shaped their roster this offseason. Los Angeles has an excellent young core that they added to this offseason. The crown jewel of the Lakers offseason was the addition of LeBron James. After that, they added […] Los Angeles Lakers: Jeremy Lin named a player to target in trade - Lake Show Life - Lake Show Life - A Los Angeles Lakers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Peachtree Hoops Aug 19, 2018
Advanced projections provide optimism for Atlanta Hawks point guards

Advanced projections provide optimism for Atlanta Hawks point guards

Atlanta seemingly was able to improve their point guard core this off-season, but what do advanced projections have to say? The Atlanta Hawks underwent a major makeover this summer overall as a team with the hiring of a new head coach and by drafting top-end prospect Trae Young. Atlanta also moved out long-term starting point guard Dennis Schroder and brought in the veteran presence of Jeremy Lin to help mentor Young. The organization did not suddenly become world beaters with these moves, but at the very least, Atlanta continued to set the foundation for the future. However, there is...
ClutchPoints Aug 19, 2018
Mark Cuban, Steve Nash, Jeremy Lin, Sam Hinkie all invest on app that improves basketball skills

Mark Cuban, Steve Nash, Jeremy Lin, Sam Hinkie all invest on app that improves basketball skills

A new basketball app looks to take the world of hoops by storm. HomeCourt, a phone/tablet application developed by Silicon Valley-based technology company NEX Team, is aimed to help improve the user’s basketball aptitude through the help of artificial intelligence. This app is so promising that the likes of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, former […] The post Mark Cuban, Steve Nash, Jeremy Lin, Sam Hinkie all invest on app that improves basketball skills appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Aug 18, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie liking the new guys, pushing the limits

Spencer Dinwiddie liking the new guys, pushing the limits

NO Net had a more eventful off-season than Spencer Dinwiddie. No, he wasn’t traded nor did he sign a new contract ... although his old one is now fully guaranteed. He became a father for the first time, welcoming a son, Elijah, into the world shortly after the season —easily his best— ended. Now, after spending time in L.A. with his son and fiancee’ Arielle Roberson, Dinwiddie is back in Brooklyn to get ready for the season. Tom Dowd of the Nets official site sat down with him to talk about fatherhood, his trip to China with Jeremy Lin and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, the new guys...

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