Toronto Raptors to sign veteran point guard Jeremy Lin

Carrie Guzman
February 13, 2019

Wojnarowski also stated that the buyout is supposed to be completed Monday and Lin is expected to sign with the Raptors "as soon as mid-week". Lin has never advanced beyond the first round of the playoffs.

This would be a good addition for the Raptors as Lin can come off the bench and provide some much-needed depth behind Kyle Lowry and Fred Van Vleet who have had missed time with injuries.

Lin thanked the Hawks in his post, saying they helped him "become myself again on the basketball court and allowed me to experience the joy of hoops again!"

VanVleet will wear a splint for the next three weeks before being re-evaluated.

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The score was tied when Gasol, playing his second game for the Raptors after being acquired in a trade with the Memphis Grizzlies, scored seven of Toronto's first nine points of the fourth quarter as Toronto took a 101-94 lead. You saw him guard Dwyane Wade in the playoffs.

Lin is averaging 10.7 points and 3.5 assists while shooting 46.6% from the field in his ninth season.

Atlanta Hawks guard Jeremy Lin (7) dribbles the ball as Washington Wizards forward Jeff Green (32) defends in the second quarter at Capital One Arena.

The Raptors entered Monday with a 41-16 record and second place in the Eastern Conference behind only NBA-leading Milwaukee. He's averaged almost 20 minutes per game, scoring 10.7 points, dishing 3.5 assists and hauling down 2.3 rebounds per contest.

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