Friday, July 16, 2010

Jeremy Lin on Verge of Signing NBA Contract!

Jeremy Lin will be a Mav, Laker, or ?. It looks like he and his agent, Roger Montgomery, are deciding where he fits best out of three teams:

36 comments:

  1. I really hope he doesn't follow in the footsteps of Lebron by leaving the team and the city that has supported him his entire (albeit short) NBA career to chase a title with some team on the coast ... I mean I know it's only been four games, but I was looking forward to the next several years of Lin running the point for our beloved Mavs.

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  2. he should go to the lakers for sure. lakers is a championship that doesnt have a good point guard. he would be best playing there along with kobe bryant. that way, he will learn to play the game faster. it's bad if he goes to mavs cause the mavs is no way near a champ team now, but it has more players like lin or better than him and can replace lin. so lakers is like a good team with chances, and mavs is like a soso team with no chances. also, i have a sense that the mavs is just playing with lin. the mavs looks more like putting lin in their own little d-league just to insure the team.

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  3. come to the lakers ! kobe has made many players better than they were. mavs is declining. shouldn't go there.

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  4. go to L.A.! i was born and raised in L.A. the LAKERS are my team! i'll be the first one to buy your jersey. plus you'll be on the west coast, have a ton of family, friends, and fan support, AND play w/ kobe. L.A. needs an intelligent point. you'll be perfect and have the opportunity for a Championship your first year out! Big Big Blessings, Player!! GOD is w/ you all the way. (and go to L.A.!!!)

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  5. No playing time in LA... behind Fisher, Blake, Brown, and Kobe. Plus Cali is about to go bankrupt, and Texas doesn't even have a state income tax.

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  6. Dont go to Dallas, theres you wont get any pt at all they are stack with guards. Plus on espn, Donnie Nelson he is a long term project. He has a better chance to develop in LA and have Fisher, Shaw, Bryant, Blake to mentor him. Besides, fisher only gots 1-3 years left in him. And thats plenty of time to develop plus by then he could probably take the starting job from blake.

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  7. JLin please come to LA where the Lakers need your talents [slashing and defence] and where you can flourish

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  8. He's from Cali but i suggest him not to go there. He won't get any playing time simply because Phil Jackson doesn't like to play rookies. He'll probably be treated like Sun Yue. Also there are 3 other very good point guards in LA. He'll have to compete againest Fisher, Blake, Shannon Brown and maybe even sasha. Hopefully the mavs will pick him up instead

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  9. Nah. The Mavs are pretty stacked with guards also. And Donnie Nelson himself said that he doesnt think Lin is able to be a rotation player at the moment and is a long term project. He has a better chance of develop with the lakers. Plus Brown is a combo guard plays more like a 2. And Fisher only has 1-3 years left in him before he retires.

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  10. Kid from Palo AltoJuly 17, 2010 at 7:26 PM

    Why would you want to go on a team that has the JET as a backup SG and Barea as a backup PG? How does he get playing time there? If Lakers sign Lin, they won't get Brown, and then there's just Vujacic to compete for time with. Not to mention, the PGs are all old in LA.

    Stay in CALI!

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  11. There's no way that the Lakers will choose Lin over Brown simply because Brown is more athelitic and more NBA developed already. This is Phil's last season and i don't see him giving Lin's the opportunity. If Lin stays with the Mavs, he might have a chance to be in the Mav's roster next season and maybe backup pg since JJ Berea's contract will expire.

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  12. Isn't Harvard right down the street from where the Celtics play?

    Please come to Boston!

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  13. Come to LA where all the action is. It has a lot more diversity when speaking in terms of the fans and we will show Lin plenty of love.

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  14. Lin got a high basketball I.Q Brown wont be able to run the offense at point. Hes more of a sg thats undersized.

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  15. LA isn't diverse. It's just a bunch of failed actors. Come learn the ropes from Kidd and you'll be starting in Dallas in 2 years top.

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  16. He should stay in Dallas! We all love him already and if he proves to be better than Roddy B (which he already has) then he'll take his minutes, he'll probably take Barea's minutes too since Lin can actually play defense. Besides, who better to learn from than JASON KIDD? Jeremy Lin would end up starting for the mavs after Kidd leaves.

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  17. He wont start when Kidd leaves.. that jones kid that the mavs signed will start pg. So Lin is better off with the lakers

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  18. HE WON'T GO TO L.A. CAUSE HE IS LOYAL. KOBE'S GETTING OLD TOO SO THE RUN IS OVER. MAVS BABY!!

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  19. Wherever J.Lin goes, I will support that team!

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  20. It's so much fun to watch JLin's game. Not only does he have high bball iq, but he also knows how to play hard to help his team win. He just needs a stage to prove that he belongs in the NBA.

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    1. Whoever you are, you were predicting the future of JLin correctly, and he came to the biggest stage of all, NY. You're the best!

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  21. LAKERS since Day 1.July 18, 2010 at 11:54 AM

    L.A. What else can I possibly say?

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  22. come to the KNICKS!!!

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  23. Nothing but queers and steers in Dallas. Come to LA

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  24. Go to L.A., Go to L.A., Go to L.A.
    Stay in Dallas with Nellie at your own peril.
    You'll learn all about blowing leads and not playing D, and embracing a tradition of failure.

    Make the right call...L.A.

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  25. Rangers, Cowboys, and Mavs all win titles this year. JET is getting shipped out this year and Kidd's about to retire, so let the dynasty begin with J.Lin!

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  26. Golden State should sign Jeremy. Do you know how crazy the bay area would be picking up a kid from its backyard?

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  27. Definitely go the LA. The Lakers doesn't have enough players, while the Mavs have like 5 pgs. Lakers probably won't resign Brown if they get Lin. Lin's IQ is much better than Brown. Lin won't be like Sun Yue and you can take that to the bank.

    I'll support you wherever you go.

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  28. Come to the Mecca of basketball. Come to New York!

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  29. He should go to where the best roster fit is. Which team will give him minutes? Is there a perspective in the midterm or only benchriding? We'll see. Should be decided within this week.

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  30. I really hope he comes to Dallas, but if not, he's definitely earned my respect wherever he ends up. I'm convinced this kid is going to be a star one day, and there will be a lot of humble pie to go around for everone that has ever doubted him along the way.

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  31. Go to the Warriors Jeremy, your favorite team. You'll be an instant crowd favorite and immediate backup PG. Come on!!

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  32. LA, but go to LA Clippers.
    You can beat out Baron Davis, who plays no D and Bledsoe, who is a turnover machine for sure.

    Low expectations with the Clips.

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  33. Come to Warriors! We only have one PG, Curry, and we need you bad! You will get to play 20~30min per game right from the start! Imagine everyone will be wearing "Lin", "Lee", and "Curry" jerseys. Internationally everyone know how to say these words. You will be a superstar world wide!

    We even have nickname for you already, Mr. "Bruce Lin"!

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  34. Um... if he wants playing time, why not go to a team that has NO STARTING PG OR SOLID BACKUP.... aka: Indiana Pacers. Everyone knows its for anyone to win. If he wants a ring, like LBJ, let him go to Lakers. if he wants to have immediate impact.... Indy Baby. Bring on the Asian!

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  35. Jeremy, go back to your roots. Jeremy Lin of the Golden State Warriors has a very good ring to it. "Just Do It".

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