The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday the signing of guard Jeremy Lin. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Lin, 6-foot-3, 200 pounds, has appeared in 457 career NBA games, averaging 10.7 points, 3.5 assists and shooting .348 (438-for-1258) from three-point range over nine seasons with Golden State (2010-11), New York (2011-12), Houston (2012-14), L.A. Lakers (2014-15), Charlotte (2015-16), Brooklyn (2016-18) and Atlanta (2018-19). He joins the Raptors after averaging 10.7 points, 3.5 assists and 2.3 rebounds in 51 games with Atlanta this season.
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Report: D’Angelo Russell Out Two Weeks with Right Thumb Sprain
Warriors guard D’Angelo Russell, who suffered a sprained right thumb during last night’s game against the Boston Celtics at Chase Center, underwent an MRI last night. The MRI confirmed the sprain. Russell will be re-evaluated in two (2) weeks and will not travel with the team on its upcoming four-game road trip to New Orleans, Memphis, Dallas and Utah.
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Report: Kevin Huerter Out Two Weeks with Left Rotator Cuff Strain
Atlanta Hawks guard Kevin Huerter underwent a medical examination and an assessment of his MRI today at the Emory Sports Medicine Complex in Atlanta. He has been diagnosed with a left rotator cuff strain with an associated shoulder capsule strain. He will enter a period of rehabilitation and treatment, and will be re-examined in two weeks.
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