The Houston Rockets are one of several title-chasing franchises expected to make big moves this coming summer, regardless of how their playoff run ends. With both a loaded draft and free agency class coming, the Rockets will likely make significant deals to further improve their lineup.
Asian-American star point guard Jeremy Lin is gearing up for what could be a career-defining playoff run with the Houston Rockets. With pressure mounting, the originator of "Linsanity" wants to regain his groove before he plunges into NBA postseason action.
Jeremy Lin has gotten more playing time and shots since Houston Rockets starter Patrick Beverley got hurt, but the numbers the popular point guard has been putting up haven't been impressive so far. Will it cost Lin a chance to shine in the NBA playoffs?
Despite Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin having his most efficient year since he arrived in Houston in 2012, basketball analysts are convinced that the best option for the Asian-American star is to play for another team, because of one reason - James Harden.
Jeremy Lin might be in for a big run this spring thanks to a devastating injury that has sidelined Houston Rockets starting point guard Patrick Beverley. Will Lin rise to the occasion as the 2013-2014 NBA Playoffs draw near?
Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin has been playing his most efficient stretch of the season, but the limited minutes being allotted to him by head coach Kevin McHale only suggest that he's losing his position as the team's premier player off the bench.
New York Knicks owner James Dolan said he doesn't regret at all seeing Jeremy Lin playing for the Houston Rockets, saying that signing the former Harvard hotshot could have further messed up the Knicks' financial situation.
The upcoming 2014 NBA playoffs will be a great test for players and teams alike. For the Houston Rockets' Jeremy Lin, who has struggled for much of his time in Houston, the playoffs may be his greatest test to date--and may determine much about his future.
There's no doubt that Jeremy Lin is currently having an up and down season. Statistically, the 2013-14 season is a disappointment for the former Harvard hotshot, who averaged two points lesser than he had in his first season with the Houston Rockets.
Despite assuming a lesser role as the team's primary scorer off the bench, Lin is still having a rough time putting up solid numbers consistently.
Despite an underperforming March in the stats column, Jeremy Lin has shown signs of promise in the last few games. Should the Houston Rockets consider giving Lin more offensive opportunities with the 2014 NBA Playoffs so close?
The Houston Rockets are expected to pursue New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony, who will become an unrestricted free agent this summer.
Jeremy Lin's slump over the last few games has put the fan favorite point guard in jeopardy of losing out on the Sixth Man of the Year award. More importantly, the Houston Rockets sixth man's struggles can put a crimp on Houston's NBA title aspirations. Can Lin shake it off to finish the season strong?
Steve Nash might be done for the year, and maybe for good. Is it time for the Los Angeles Lakers to think about replacing the former two-time NBA MVP at point guard? Here are five potential players and stars around the league who might be a perfect fit in L.A.
Jeremy Lin's scoring woes after the trade deadline has prompted Houston Rockets head coach Kevin McHale to place a hard cap on his playing time over the last six games, leading to speculations that the former Harvard standout's days with his current team are already numbered.
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