Houston Rockets

Position
G
 
Jersey
17
Name  Jeremy Lin
Born  8/23/1988
Height  6-3
Weight  200
College  Harvard
Home Town  Palo Alto, CA
High School  Palo Alto
Regular Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
2013205389029582218341531872946827176166
201226401095396872163221524749713429236205
201194051217124146188910721655912678
20102847628119122234423391831
Total5917257389019459996479575104929074556480
 
Regular Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201328.912.54.21.1553.0700.4792.1552.6344.11.00.42.482.34
201232.213.44.81.0612.6340.3902.6223.0126.11.60.42.882.50
201126.914.64.90.6864.1710.5142.5433.0576.21.60.33.602.23
20109.82.61.00.0340.6550.4140.7591.1721.41.10.30.621.07
Total27.311.94.10.8942.7600.4422.2072.6504.81.30.32.562.21
 
Post Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201317768255137152226311315
2012841662208882189
Total26184317157233034522124
 
Post Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201329.511.34.20.8332.1671.1672.5003.6674.30.50.22.172.50
201221.04.01.50.5000.5000.0002.0002.0002.00.50.32.002.25
Total26.18.43.10.7001.5000.7002.3003.0003.40.50.22.102.40
 
Notes:
2010: Signed with Golden State, July 21st...2011: Claimed off waivers by Houston; Dec. 11th;Waived by Houston, Dec. 25th; Claimed off waivers by NY Knicks, Dec. 27th...2012: Signed with Houston to a three-year deal worth $25.1 million, July 14th...2014: Traded to LA Lakers with a 1st and 2nd round pick for the rights to Sergrei Lishouk, July 13th.

Three-time All-Ivy League performer...As a senior, became the first player in Ivy League history to record 1,450 points, 450 rebounds, 400 assists and 200 steals...Led the Ancient Eight in steals each of the last three seasons...Unanimous choice for All-Ivy League First Team his final season at Harvard...Has solid size for the point guard position at 6-3...Shoots at an incredibly high efficiency rate from inside the three-point arc and knows how to get to the foul line...Played combo guard in college but must prove that he is capable of running the show to earn a spot on an NBA roster...Does not have the stroke to be a big-time shooter...Biggest problem has been turnovers, as Lin gives the ball away far too often...Is weak when attacking the basket with his left hand...Not considered one of the better guard prospects in this draft.

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