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NetsDaily 16 hours ago
Jeremy Lin texting D’Angelo Russell ... and seeing possibilities

Jeremy Lin texting D’Angelo Russell ... and seeing possibilities

Brian Lewis caught up with Jeremy Lin —and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson— Wednesday at Steve Nash’s soccer charity, held this year at Sara D. Roosevelt Park in Manhattan. Apatently, the first thing Lin wanted to talk about was the chemistry developing between him and D’Angelo Russell, acquired in a trade Tuesday. “I’ve always loved two combo guards playing together. I’ve always been an advocate of that, whether it’s me playing alongside Patrick Beverley or playing alongside Kemba [Walker],” Lin told The Post. “Me and Kemba’s pairing was the most fun I’ve had. “Playing...
New York Post 21 hours ago
Jeremy Lin: Why new texting bud D’Angelo Russell is perfect fit

Jeremy Lin: Why new texting bud D’Angelo Russell is perfect fit

Jeremy Lin, the Nets’ point guard of the present, admits he was shocked and surprised when his team traded for D’Angelo Russell, its point guard of the future. But Lin said he already has talked with his new teammate and insists there won’t be any problems sharing the ball or the backcourt. After an NBA-worst...
Inquisitr Jun 21, 2017
NBA Rumors: Jeremy Lin Leaving Brooklyn Nets Next Summer Because Of D’Angelo Russell?

NBA Rumors: Jeremy Lin Leaving Brooklyn Nets Next Summer Because Of D’Angelo Russell?

Jeremy Lin will have new teammates next season after the Brooklyn Nets acquired D’Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov from the Los Angeles Lakers. The Nets traded away All-Star center Brook Lopez and the 27th overall pick in this year’s NBA Draft. The latest NBA rumors suggest that Lin and Russell can co-exist but the former could be on his way out of Brooklyn next offseason. ESPN reported that Lakers and Nets agreed on the trade on Tuesday and it will become official at the 2017 NBA Draft. The Lakers are expected to draft Lonzo Ball with the second overall pick while also having $60...
NetsDaily Jun 21, 2017
Post-Lopez Era: A brief first look at where the Nets stand

Post-Lopez Era: A brief first look at where the Nets stand

With Lopez gone, what does this mean for the Nets going forward? Brook Lopez is gone and now things start to happen. Trading him for D’Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov is Sean Marks’ biggest move since becoming GM. The trade portends a few things for the Nets this offseason ... and future. D’Angelo Russell is the point guard of the future for the Brooklyn Nets. Jeremy Lin has only one year left on his deal before he can opt out of his three year, $36 million deal. It’s a given he will. It seems unlikely that the Nets would trade Lin, but they’re certainly preparing for life...
NetsDaily Jun 21, 2017
The Glue Guys: Emergency Brook Lopez Trade Pod

The Glue Guys: Emergency Brook Lopez Trade Pod

The Glue Guys issue an emergency episode to talk out all the angles of the Brook Lopez-D’Angelo Russell trade including what type of player the Nets are getting, uneasiness over Timofey Mozgov’s inclusion, what this trade means for Jeremy Lin and the rest of the veterans on the roster, how it impact the Nets draft on Thursday, and overall – whether the trade is GOOD or BAD. This is the 2nd of three episodes this week. We’ll have another one this Thursday right after the draft, send us your questions and comments @BKGlueGuys to weigh in as the Nets remake their roster. Subscribe to...
NetsDaily Jun 20, 2017
The Glue Guys: The Spencer Dinwiddie Interview

The Glue Guys: The Spencer Dinwiddie Interview

The Glue Guys are joined by Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie for 24 minutes of fun, including (7:30) the secrecy surrounding how the Nets operate (9:45) the special veteran move Spencer taught Jeremy Lin. At (14:30) Spencer plays Killer Komparisons: Dragon Ball Z edition, comparing current NBA players with Dragon Ball characters, including why Spencer thinks LeBron James is the Vegeta of the NBA. Then (26:00) takeaways from the Daily News story looking back on the Garnett-Pierce trade, as well as draft thoughts before the big night this Thursday. Quick Plug! We're going to start...
NetsDaily Jun 5, 2017
At back end of first round, stretch 4’s the Nets could choose

At back end of first round, stretch 4’s the Nets could choose

Part of a series of reports on potential picks in this year’s draft The Nets have many flaws on their team, as do all teams in the infancy of a rebuild. The team could use a pure scorer on the wing that could stroke it from three, or a defensive minded guard that can compliment Jeremy Lin in the backcourt. Another center wouldn’t hurt the cause. However, one weakness stands above the rest with the currently constructed roster: a stretch four. The NBA today has put a major emphasis on having a power forward that can stretch the floor beyond the three-point line, but also bang with big...
NetsDaily Jun 5, 2017
Jeremy Lin using his platform to help combat human trafficking in Asia

Jeremy Lin using his platform to help combat human trafficking in Asia

Talk about a leader. Jeremy Lin takes annual trips to Asia in the offseason to greet fans and handle other priorities associated with his foundation. This past season, Lin has teamed up with two Asian-based charities, One Day’s Wages, whose objective is to raise awareness regarding girls education. As we wrote, Lin donated his game check from the Boston Celtics game on March 17. He will do the same this upcoming season. The other charity is the Hug Project at the Children’s Advocacy Center in Chiang Mai in northwest Thailand, where Lin spent time this past week. The organization aims...
Inquisitr May 31, 2017
Jeremy Lin Entering Biggest Season Of His Career As Free Agency Looms Next Summer

Jeremy Lin Entering Biggest Season Of His Career As Free Agency Looms Next Summer

Jeremy Lin is looking forward to the 2017-18 NBA season in what could be the biggest and most important season of his career. Lin can opt out of his contract with the Brooklyn Nets next summer and become a free agent. Jeremy could be looking at the biggest payday of his career if he plays his best basketball next season. The 28-year-old point guard is due for a bounce back season after an injury-riddled first year in Brooklyn. Jeremy Lin missed a total of 46 games last season because of injuries to his right hamstring and right ankle. Lin put up great numbers when he was on the court and...
Inquisitr May 24, 2017
Jeremy Lin Says Brooklyn Nets Will Make The Playoffs Next Season If He Stays Healthy

Jeremy Lin Says Brooklyn Nets Will Make The Playoffs Next Season If He Stays Healthy

Jeremy Lin had a forgettable first season with the Brooklyn Nets as they finished with the worst record in the NBA. Lin played great when he was on the court but he missed 46 games this season due to various injuries. However, Jeremy believes that the Nets can make the playoffs next year if he can stay healthy. Lin signed a three-year, $36 million deal with the Nets last summer. The 28-year-old point guard was recruited by Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson, who helped Lin become a breakout star with the New York Knicks in 2012. Atkinson was a Knicks assistant coach when Jeremy made his name...

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