G - FA
Jeremy Lin has inked a deal to head to China, where he will play for the Beijing Ducks. He won his first NBA title with the Raptors, but only appeared in 31 total games last year.
Lin did not generate any interest from an NBA team this off-season, but could certainly make a return once the CBA season concludes.
Jeremy Lin is reportedly in advanced discussions to join the Beijing Ducks in the Chinese Basketball Association.
Lin has had trouble generating much interest from NBA teams this off-season, but it appears that he may be headed to China to extend his professional career.
Jeremy Lin got the start on Sunday with Kyle Lowry (ankle) out. However, he only played 17 minutes while scoring three points with two rebounds and three assists.
Lin started but it was Fred VanVleet who just returned from an injury that saw most of the minutes at PGs for the Raptors on Sunday. When Lowry returns, Lin could be squeezed out of the rotation now that VanVleet has returned.
Jeremy Lin had eight points, a rebound, and two assists during the Raptors 126-101 loss to the Cavaliers on Monday. He shot 3-of-9 from the field with one three-pointer in 21 minutes of action.
Lin has made a minimal impact with the Raptors averaging 7.7 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 2.6 assists in 10 games. His playing time could diminish even further when Fred VanVleet returns from injury later this month.
Jeremy Lin played 11 minutes off the bench on Tuesday. He had two points on 1-of-5 shooting with two rebounds and two assists.
Since joining the Raptors, Lin has played in seven games averaging 6.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game while playing about 20 minutes a night. He will only have fantasy appeal if Kyle Lowry is forced to miss any time.