As most expected, Lin wasn't able to top the Linsanity fad from his time with the New York Knicks, having a rather disappointing two-year stint with the Nets.
The Atlanta Hawks have agreed to a trade with the Brooklyn Nets that will send guard Jeremy Lin to Atlanta, per a report from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. ESPN first reported the deal, saying the Nets and Hawks would swap future second-round picks. Brooklyn is clearing the remaining one year and $12.5 million on Lin's contract in order to make enough room to take on Kenneth Faried, Darrell Arthur and a pair of draft picks from Denver.
Trump back at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation after rattling allies, condemning Germany
It doesn't require, or even request, that countries spend 4 percent of their gross domestic protest on their own defense. Probably not much, as the US contributes between one-fifth and one-quarter of NATO's annual budget of about $2 billion.
The 29-year-old guard is still rehabbing from his injury and told reporters he expects to be ready for training camp in about seven weeks.
Lin, who broke into the league with the 2010-11 Warriors where Schlenk was in Golden State's front office, suffered a season-ending ruptured patellar tendon in the Nets' opener past year. In the previous season, Lin averaged 14.5 points and 5.1 assists per game.
Kremlin says new gas pipeline to Germany will help…
So we're supposed to protect Germany, but they're getting their energy from Russian Federation . LNG supplies could prove to be much more expensive than the Russian gas via pipelines.
Lin, headed to his seventh National Basketball Association team as he prepares to enter his ninth season, now joins a roster that includes two notable point guards, No. 5 overall pick Trae Young and veteran Dennis Schroder.
'Do not eat this cereal': CDC links Honey Smacks, salmonella
A CDC statement Thursday advised consumers not to eat any of the cereal regardless of package size or "best by" date. Salmonella symptoms include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps within about 12 to 72 hours of exposure.