Houston Chronicle "Be it in 140-character increments or in post after post on page after page of website after website, there was no lack of opinion in the wake of the Rockets’ playoff departure that Jeremy Lin is a poseur, a disappointment, a weakling, an incomplete product, a failure, a flop. In some ways, Lin..." May 05
Lin says he will come off the bench tonight. Expect starting lineup to stay same as last two games.
Jeremy Lin says he will not play tonight.
Jeremy Lin (chest contusion) did not take part in today's shootaround. Remains game-time decision.
No significant update on J-Lin today. Practice was just review & walk through. Lin did conditioning, shooting. He'll be gametime again tmrw.
Jeremy Lin is out for Houston in Game 4 against OKC, league sources tell Y! He has a bruised chest. Francisco Garcia will start for Rockets.
J-Lin says he feels a little better but still gametime decision. Did not take part in shootaround.
Houston Chronicle "Rockets guard Jeremy Lin went through a pregame shooting drill and decided he was healthy enough to play. He struggled through 18 minutes, making just 1 of 6 shots. He did not play in the fourth quarter. “It’s kind of besides the point right now,” Lin said when asked how he felt with the chest..." April 28
Lin will be gametime decision once again tomorrow for game 4
Jeremy Lin (chest) will give it a go tonight.
Lin says he's feeling better, hopeful to play tonight but still not sure if he'll be able to. Gametime decision.
Houston Chronicle "With the spasms and much of the pain gone, Rockets guard Jeremy Lin remains optimistic he will return from his bruised right chest muscle in time to play Saturday in Game 3 against Oklahoma City. But he has learned not to make guarantees. “Not going to make any promises or anything,” Lin..." April 26
NBA.com "Jeremy Lin underwent an MRI Thursday morning, revealing a bruised right chest muscle. Lin was injured during the first half of Game 2 at Oklahoma City and was unable to return for the second half. The 24-year-old point guard says the debilitating spasms he experienced last night have subsided;..." April 25
Lin MRI confirmed diagnosis. He's day to day with bruised chest.
Houston Chronicle "Jeremy Lin knew as soon as he ran back to the court for the second half that something was very wrong. He thought he would play. One way or another, he insisted to Rockets trainer Keith Jones and coach Kevin McHale he could play, even as he was grimacing in obvious pain. Moments later, just as..." April 25
J-Lin not able to start the second half. Heading to locker room with apparent pain in right shoulder.
Houston Chronicle "According to Kevin McHale’s parallel theory of auto mechanics and playoff basketball, Jeremy Lin has now assembled one transmission amid the bright lights and the loud noises of the NBA’s postseason chop shop. Lin didn’t do a particularly good job his first time under the hood, alas. In his..." April 23
ESPN.com "Jeremy Lin thinks he would have been offered a Division I basketball scholarship -- if he wasn't Asian-American. Lin, now the starting point guard for the Houston Rockets, led Palo Alto (Calif.) High School to a 32-1 record and a state championship in 2005-06, averaging 15.1 points, 7.1..." April 06
Houston Chronicle "The Rockets took a second consecutive lopsided loss, trailing the Grizzlies by 17 after falling behind by 19 against the Pacers. But guard Jeremy Lin said it is too early after just two losses to believe the Rockets were at the start of a late-season slide that could threaten a playoff..." March 30
Houston Chronicle "There has been consternation in the Jeremy Lin world, which comprises only about half the planet, about the Rockets’ tendency to bench him in the fourth quarter. They had their reasons. For one, it took him awhile to learn to play with James Harden, and, let’s face it, if you want the ball..." March 16
Houston Chronicle "The Minnesota Timberwolves were playing with half the team hurt, so the Rockets — in a remarkably sportsmanlike gesture — played for only one half. That was enough. After a first half spent testing the limits of coach Kevin McHale’s patience and voice, they did the things they knew they should..." March 16
CSN Houston "Jeremy Lin and his teammates look at complacency as a reason for their recent inconsistencies. Those inconsistencies led to a 110-107 buzzer-beating loss to the Bucks on Wednesday night. The Rockets had started the game making 12 of their first 13 field goal attempts and jumped out to a 28-11..." March 01
X-rays on Jeremy Lin's right hand negative. Just a bruise.
SB Nation "While I fully intend for this piece to be about Jeremy Lin – being written it is on this first, rather mournful anniversary of the Linsanity phenomenon – there seems no way to talk about Jeremy Lin (or in my case to keep talking about Jeremy Lin, for I have been talking about Jeremy Lin, as people..." February 13
Golden State Of Mind "Exactly one week ago, the Golden State Warriors suffered a humiliating 140-109 loss to the Houston Rockets, the start of a five-games-in-four-days roadtrip that ended with all losses, all poor performances, and the loss of the services of Jarrett Jack in the last three games. With 72 hours to..." February 12
San Francisco Chronicle "Linsanity certainly made its way to the Bay Area last season, but only in spirit. Now, Linsanity is arriving in the flesh. Jeremy Lin turned the NBA upside down last season when he emerged from the end of the New York Knicks' bench to dominate the league for a two-week stretch and became an..." February 12
San Francisco Chronicle "Barely a year ago, Jeremy Lin found himself crying in a shower - overwhelmed by the insanity of his breakout performance with the Knicks and with no way of knowing the Linsanity that would follow. "It had been such a long journey for me," Lin said after Tuesday's shootaround. "I was thinking..." February 06
Houston Chronicle "Jeremy Lin didn’t have a problem with his team taking 3-point shots — presumably in attempt to set the NBA record — late in the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s 140-109 win over the Warriors. But he did think teammate Patrick Beverly went too far after a dunk late in the game. Beverley had driven..." February 06
The Dream Shake "In one of the most entertaining games of the year, Jeremy Lin and a three point barrage propelled the Rockets to a dominating victory over the Golden State Warriors, with Lin's 28 points leading the way in a 140-109 game. But it was not Lin that was the biggest story on Tuesday night, but rather..." February 06
Jeremy Lin says ankle is alright and he's good to go tonight.
SB Nation "It's important to remember exactly how we got here because we may never experience anything like it again. That's not to say that there will never be another phenom, because the notion is as old as sports itself. The only constant in sports is the expectation of the unexpected and there will..." December 18
The Dream Shake "In the past few weeks, people have begun to notice that James Harden and Jeremy Lin have not exactly developed good chemistry on the floor together, and many are calling for Lin to move to a sixth man role off the bench. Is this talk premature or do the Rockets have a real problem on their hands?..." December 18
Houston Chronicle "With every drive through the Knicks' defense, Jeremy Lin brought back to life images of a season ago. With every confident rush into the lane to find an open Rockets shooter circling in his orbit, the memories came flooding back. With the lead swelling to an inexplicable 27 points, all those..." December 18
New York Daily News "The man who authored Linsanity couldn't have scripted it any better. Jeremy Lin got out of the Garden Monday night with a win over his old team, sending the Knicks to their first home defeat of the season. It wasn't Linsanity, not anything close, because that was a once-in-a-lifetime..." December 18
New York Daily News "Tyson Chandler greeted Jeremy Lin with not one, but two hard fouls. Lin kept coming. Raymond Felton tried his best to attack and put Lin on the defensive, but in the end the only damage Felton caused was to his own shooting percentage. Even the crowd, which cheered Lin's introduction, tried to..." December 18
New York Post "When he was introduced last night at the Garden, where he became an international phenomenon one season ago, Jeremy Lin received a decidedly warm and positive reception. And that lasted until the Knicks fell behind, which was real quick. Fans who once adored Lin wanted back rent for Landry..." December 18
New York Post "Jeremy Lin got his money. Last night at the Garden he got the last word on the Knicks. No, not the word "Linsanity." The word "blowout." After the Rockets' 109-96 victory over the Knicks was in the books, Lin made it clear he has moved on in every way possible. Asked by The Post if he felt..." December 18
Bergen Record "The Knicks' management likes to boast about the transformation of Madison Square Garden, the expensive, years-in-the-making rebuilding of the venerable arena. But the real transformation, the one that fans notice more than a new hot dog stand or the moving of historic landmarks, took place Feb. 4,..." December 17
New York Daily News "Madison Square Garden didn't make Jeremy Lin a star but the famous building did serve as the stage where the undrafted Ivy League point guard experienced a breakout season and become the feel-good story of the NBA. "When I think about last year," Lin says, "the first thing I think about is..." December 17
New York Post "Linsanity was never one of my favorite terms. Too silly, too commercial, too individual for such a team game as basketball. Yes, it is a good thing the Knicks have exchanged Linsanity for Winsanity, good for Jeremy Lin and good for the Knicks. Lin will return to the Garden tonight for the..." December 17
New York Post "On the eve of his return to Madison Square Garden, Jeremy Lin didn't mince words. The ex-Knick point guard said he has been "terrible'' this season, not living up to his potential and can't wait to get the Garden game over with. Lin's rip job on himself occurred after yesterday's Rockets loss..." December 17
The Dream Shake "On the same day that one back court player returned from injury, another went down. The Rockets got a bit of good news this morning when it was announced that James Harden returned to practice, but much of the optimism associated with that returned waned when it was also reported that Jeremy..." December 11
Houston Chronicle "Manu Ginobili had flipped in one of those only-Manu shots, taking a pass from Tim Duncan that would have impressed Tom Brady, and finished his drive through a Chandler Parsons foul that could not stop him or the inevitable. As Ginobili hit his free throw for an eight-point overtime lean, Jeremy..." December 11
Houston Chronicle "LeBron James is atop the NBA's jersey-sales list once again. The Miami Heat star has the league's hottest-selling jersey, marking the third time the NBA's reigning MVP and Finals MVP has held that distinction. James was No. 4 in the most recent rankings, released in April. Since then, all..." November 28
New York Daily News "Maybe in the end the question wasn't whether Carmelo Anthony could have coexisted with Jeremy Lin, but whether Mike Woodson could have accepted Lin as his starting point guard. According to a person close to the Knicks' head coach, Woodson always thought of Lin as more of a backup than a..." November 25
Houston Chronicle "Linsanity was back but different, spread around in every direction like a puddle scattered by a child's playful stomp. Rather than in the stunning ascent of one unlikely hero, the Rockets' offensive eruption was everywhere. On a night that would inevitably remind of the wondrous stretch that..." November 24
New York Daily News "It wasn't Linsanity that got the Knicks Friday night but rather their unwillingness to defend, rebound and, above all else, maintain their composure. From a Knicks perspective, the attitude was insane and the performance embarrassing in every way imaginable. Unless, of course, you consider it..." November 24
Houston Chronicle "The reminders of Linsanity remain. Each night, as Jeremy Lin leaves the locker room for his pregame warm up routine, crowds of his adoring fans await him, especially on the road where his appearances are still special occasions to be witnessed and celebrated. They still scream as he emerges..." November 23
New York Post "Jeremy Lin says he has no regrets about the Knicks' decision not to match his $25.1 million offer sheet in July, indicating it was "God's plan'' for him to be Houston-bound. "The biggest thing is I enjoyed playing for the fans,'' the struggling Lin said after yesterday's practice as he prepared..." November 23
New York Daily News "The countdown to Jeremy Lin has begun. It starts with Jason Kidd saying that the Knicks won't be "looking to embarrass" the Rockets point guard on Friday but instead will be focused on beating Houston. The Knicks face Lin for the first time since the club's controversial decision not to..." November 22