Jeremy Lin was officially introduced as a Los Angeles Laker during a press conference with general manager Mitch Kupchak on Thursday.
The Lakers officially announced the acquisition of Jeremy Lin on Sunday.
The Rockets are reportedly finalizing a deal that will send Jeremy Lin to the Lakers.
The Rockets are reportedly trying to trade Jeremy Lin to the Lakers, who have copious salary cap space for Lin's expiring $14.9 million contract.
The Rockets are "moving quickly" to trade Jeremy Lin and clear enough cap space to make an offer to Chris Bosh, and they're in negotiations with the 76ers.
The Rockets' potential Jeremy Lin trade won't be put in motion until the Rockets secure a free-agent commitment.
The 76ers have expressed interest in trading for Jeremy Lin.
Updating a previous item, the Rockets did not pre-inform Jeremy Lin of the use of No. 7 on the meeting with Carmelo Anthony on Wednesday, according to Lin's agents.
The Sixers and Rockets are engaged in "fluid trade talks" about Jeremy Lin, according to Jake Fischer of LibertyBallers.com
The Warriors reportedly have interest in trading for Jeremy Lin or Chandler Parsons.
The Houston Rockets already have a deal in place to move Jeremy Lin, according to Howard Beck.
With Omer Asik in the process of (apparently) being dealt to the Pelicans, there is growing speculation that Jeremy Lin will be the next player dealt by the Rockets as they attempt to make a run at LeBron James or Carmelo Anthony.
The Rockets are confident they can trade both Omer Asik and Jeremy Lin this offseason, according to sources close to Jonathan Feigen.
Jeremy Lin played 31 minutes off the bench during Game 5's win on Wednesday and scored 21 points to go along with two 3-pointers, three rebounds, four assists, two steals, and one block.