Lakers eyeing Jeremy Lin?

Seems like Sun Yue V.2.0

ESPN: Suddenly, the player deemed too flawed in most major areas to survive in the NBA is in contract discussions with three teams, according to league sources. The Los Angeles Lakers are believed to be one, with an Eastern Conference team the other.

  • foreverla

    He’s a lot better than Jeremy Lin. The game when he went up against the Wizards summer league team including John Wall he put on one hell of a show. (Of course, it is only summer league, but Sun Yue didn’t even do half of the stuff Lin did in the game I watched)… Ironically, Sun Yue is actually on the Wizards summer league team lol

    • foreverla

      That should read “He’s a lot better tahn Sun Yue” oops

      • mjt

        Agreed!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1460601006&ref=profile OaklandLakers

    I was pretty impressed with this guys decision making in the little time that I did watch him against Washington.

  • drive-for-17th

    Hello no!

    • Lakers3Peat!

      Did you watch him? His upside is huge! He can make shots well and he drives well too. I think he’s a very strong backup player.

  • LakErS 3 pEaT

    He’s a good decision maker and can hold his own. Give him a shot. A nice size guard. A diamond in the rough…

  • Edward

    Respect to the team that signs him.

  • http://myspace.com/gu3szwhoo gu3szwhoo

    woot! first asian-american!

    • Alan

      nuh uh
      first chinese/taiwanese american

      there is actualy about 5 other asian americans that were in the nba.

      • LakErS 3 pEaT

        no gu3szwhoo is right first asian-american in nba. Jeremy Lin was born here and the others were not…

    • eatm3

      rex walters is arguably the first asian american in the NBA. he is half japanese and grew up in san jose playing in a japanese american bball league. not sure who rex ‘represents’, but many mixed ethnicity asian people consider themselves asian american. as is their right.

      the other players, other than jeremy lin, well they are overseas asians. basically foreign talent. and i use the word talent generously.

  • http://myspace.com/taeyongpark Day

    Wow, I was just talking to a friend the other day about how I would be so happy if the Lakers signed Jeremy Lin. I ended that conversation saying ‘too bad it’ll never happen”

    11!!!!11!!

  • http://www.jackyang.info Jack Y.

    Wow. He’s probably the first Asian player who I’ve seen can do it all. He can shoot well. He can pull up. He can drive. He can drive HARD, and dunk the ball.
    .
    I’m all for it if Mitch can get him in a Lakers uniform.

  • bhan

    hmm. he’s an ethnically chinese point guard, so he must be like Sun Yue. i don’t think we have to compare players simply on race.

    He’s probably more like a Marko Jaric or a Rodney Stuckey to be honest. Nothing like Sun Yue.

    He seems like he has high basketball IQ, good work ethic, and aggressively drives the lane. Everything we wanted Jordan Farmar to have.

  • Guildtank

    Nice…. possible first Taiwanese player to be in the NBA. Go Lin!

  • ICE CREAM MAN

    This guy is nothing like Sun Yue. First, Yue was already scouted as a guy that cannot handle the pressure w/ the ball. That’s why when he would get the ball, everyone would attack him and he would more than likely make a turn over.

    Lin looks aggressive, able to penetrate and dish out. Nice size, speed, and decision making. I would rather have him then Luke. He resembles a Farmar but without the ears.

    • 242LakerFan

      First of all, I agree with you 100% on this guy being miles better than Sun Yue. The only reason to even compare the two is their ethnicity. I don’t know why you would contrast him with Luke, though. Totally different positions and skill-sets.
      To me, he looks like a smoother version of Farmar. I love his game, his handles, his aggressiveness, his touch and his confidence (fearlessness even). He can finish around the basket too. And he’s no slouch on defense either. He owned Wall in the SL. This guy will add tremendously to the bench of whatever NBA team is smart enough to draft him.
      Initially, though, this is also what scares me about him. Like Farmar, his skill-set is that of a prototypical point guard. He’s the classic slash and pass playmaker who can thrive in a pick-and-roll heavy system. He does well in a spread offense. That’s not how the Lakers roll. That was Farmar’s problem. He was never able, or willing, to fit his skills into the Lakers offense and did not run it well. This guy may have the wherewithall to figure it out. You don’t find dumb guys attending Harvard, even the jocks are smart. But it’s a risk.
      That being said, I would not mind seeing him in a Laker uni, even as an investment in the future. I like what I’ve seen from him on the court and off.

      • 242LakerFan

        I meant sign him, of course, not draft him.

        • ICE CREAM MAN

          Yeah I agree with you. The only reason why I through Luke out there is because he sucks. I liked farmar’s aggressiveness but I feel that he lacked consistant defense. No doubt whoever picks up Lin (hope its the lakers) there bench will be better for it. Wise man once said…”An engine, no matter how big and strong it is, requires but a little spark to get all the cylinders working again”. Sometimes a team needs a little spark to get things running again. He can easily be that spark.

          • 242LakerFan

            LOL @ Luke reference.
            I like that quote, though.

      • Joseph

        Lin’s got incredible work ethic. Also, he’s a self-professed Christian (i.e. Tim Tebow) so he’s not going to get distracted by the playboy bunnies like Farmar or Bynum. He can adapt to the situation and whereas we only had flashes of Farmar’s hustle (probably due to his contract year), Lin’s all hustle, all the time. He tied up John Wall and beat him in a jump ball during Summer League. How tight is that?

        • 242LakerFan

          LMAO!! Love it!

  • dumbelf

    farmer is dolt. lin’s iq (basketball and books) is off the charts!

    • 242LakerFan

      I just watched Lin make such a smart move. He probes to the top of the key; the opposing big flashes out to stop him then turns to get back to his assignment; Lin reverses his dribble and follows right behind the big all the way to the rim, essentially using the defender as a screen. It’s a brilliant play that I’ve seen Nash do hundreds of times. CP3 and DWill do it a lot, too.
      This guy has Basketball IQ off the charts for real.

  • mjt

    How many times did you watch Lakers games and think that it would be nice to have a good playmaker that plays smart basketball and creates more easy baskets for the team? Honestly Kobe makes enough tough shots every game.

    Luke used to be that person, but I think that Jeremy Lin would fit in even better in that role to make people around him better and most importantly, help the team win.

  • LakersMike31

    Hey guys, I concur that this would be a nice pick-up for the Lakers. But I’m guessing that the favorite to land him is the Dallas Mavericks.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/dallas/nba/columns/story?columnist=caplan_jeff&id=5387547

    • Joseph

      According the articles coming out of Dallas, looks like their GM believes Lin would have to go through their D-league system first. If Lakers offer Morrison’s spot, i’m sure he’d go Lakers in a heartbeat. Afterall, he actually wanted Golden State to draft him. Ultimately, since he’s undrafted, his situation turns out to be a godsend and he can leverage his contract whereas drafted guys don’t have that luxury.

      • warrior fan

        Yes, Dallas GM wanted Lin to ply for their D-league. But after this Lin vs Wall game in summer league. This GM also said he is very interested in him and it can be lose him easily. This tell me Dallas GM should act fast to offer Lin a spot instead of D-league ….

      • LakersMike31

        I think what the article was trying to convey was that if the money is equal, he’s probably choosing the Mavericks b/c they were the team who initially showed interest and the only team to offer a summer league roster spot. Loyalty? But if he signs w/ the Lakers, I wonder if Phil would play him?

        • Joseph

          Look at it this way. If LakerLin signs up, chances are high that he can pickup a championship ring for being part of the organization and that’s some nice bling. If he stays with the Mavs, he’ll contract the Cuban curse in otherwords no championship plus he’ll get plenty of Cuban-cursing too.

  • http://myspace.com/taeyongpark Day

    Considering we have Steve Blake and D-Fish back though, I wonder how serious we are in pursuing him :(

    • Joseph

      Cannon Brown: 2million.
      Jeremy Slice N’ Dice Lin: Laker jersey.

      From a financial standpoint, I think Dr. Buss will be on board.

  • 24allup inya

    Lin looks good! only problem is that the Lakers will eventually sign Shanon and this will leave Lin with little to no playing time if he came to LA.It would still be a good pick up in case of injuries.

  • Rockets’ Red Glare

    I was born & raised in China and kinda grew up here in the States so I think I have a full understanding of both the Chinese and American cultures.

    The main difference between Sun Yue and Jeremy Lin is, Sun is from China but Lin was born & raised in California.

    What difference does that make? Mentality. Whenever given a chance & a few minutes to play, Sun tried everything in his power & minutes on court with Lakers last year simply not to mess up, as Confucious has a quote that I don’t know how to translate; whereas Lin attacked the basket at every chance he got to show Mavs what he could do.

    So yeah I think Sun’s got the talent, but because of the upbringing, he and Yi Jianlian just don’t have that American mentality to make a major impact. (Yao Ming on the other hand, has had a support team OFF the court to instill some NBA common sense into him since 2002, which Sun and Yi never had, that’s why Yao’s been the most successful of all Chinese players in the NBA cuz he understands that NBA mentality)

  • Rockets’ Red Glare

    Did I mention Sun Yue and I share the same hometown in China? lol.

    • 3Peat Time

      …. who cares ? BTW, Jeremy Lin is from Taiwan and grow up in Cali

      • 242LakerFan

        I guess you care enough to be rude. You don’t care, then don’t bother responding.

      • KM

        “grew”

      • SHOWTIME4EVA

        we do care.if,not we would not have read the comment.it’s a blog site.we read each others ideas. if you can’t handle that,don’t come on a blog site.

  • 242LakerFan

    That’s an interesting cultural take. So you’re saying the Chinese way is to strive for perfection by avoiding mistakes, while the American way is to be aggressive, take more chances and learn from your mistakes. Would that be a fair summary of it?

    • Rockets’ Red Glare

      Well, just that the American way is more showy, whereas the Chinese way is more like, humble, quiet, middling-mediocre, which is what Confucious literally means in Chinese. And for the vast majority of Chinese people in China, as long as they don’t screw something up, they get to keep their job; whereas in America, we have to show our employers our talents, what we can do, and we have to do it for them in order to get PAID. So with that Chinese mentality in an American system such as the Lakers, I wasn’t really surprised last year Sun Yue didn’t show any dribbling/penetrating/dishing abilities, all he did in the 4 games against my Rockets that I watched was catch the ball, before defenders came to him, he’d simply pass it out from perimeter, fearing it’d be stolen or he’d turn it over or something, instead of thinking, how can I beat this guy to the basket? as Jeremy Lin would.

      That’s the difference mentality can make, and mentality is deeply rooted from an individual’s cultural background and upbringing. Had Sun had Lin’s mentality, he might even be better than Jeremy Lin, but unfortunately he unknowingly chose not messing up/being mediocre over showing the people watching him what he had to offer to the team.

      • Joseph

        actually, american government nowadays is that mentality except worse. for example look at this article

        • Joseph

          bit.ly/4QzVJv

          americans have the power to vote these placid jokers out of office but some places have become complacent it their partisan politics to move these doorstops out of office.

  • andy2000

    put it this way in china basketball level of competition suck unlike in america basketballs are highly skill players around the league, college, d-league, summer league and highschool so advantage goes to jeremy li.

    • warrior fan

      I agree. I also believe that Lin’s father pass a lot of NBA knowledge (perhaps watch film of those NBA superstar) to Lin. and like all those nba star. Lin just pick those skill up.

    • Rockets’ Red Glare

      Hmmmm I’d say the difference in levels of competition may be one of the biggest reasons that made Sun Yue play it safe whenever he was on the court, like, he wasn’t confident if he could do the things he could in the Chinese league so he played it safe by not showing the coaching staff & fans ANYTHING, hoping he could keep his job by not negatively impacting the game instead of striving to make a major impact as Jeremy Lin would and has shown in Summer League 2010.

      On another hand, Sun actually did real well in the Summer League last year against American competition, but he just did not show that to his employers.

  • IMPRESS

    he’s good and i would love to see him wear a lakers jersey but we have to many guards.

  • jonb

    please no. We don’t need unproven rookies right now, we need a scorer off the bench.

    • warrior fan

      You mean, to skip a potential player like Steve Nash

  • justdogm2

    I think he watch most of kobe’s game, see his split dribble between 2 defender only few nba players do that, I saw wade do that but that moves belong to kobe. Another marketing asset for the lakers.

    • Rockets’ Red Glare

      Copying legendary players’ moves was what it meant for Jeremy’s father to “study basketball” right after he came to America in 1970s, and apparently he passed that learning method to his sons so yeah it might JUST as well be a replica of Kobe’s move, lol

  • TOUCHING_MYSELF

    I like the interest in Lin. He’s a smart player with high basketball IQ and can pretty much do it all, which should translate into him adapting into the triangle offense without too many hitches.

    His games against UCON and Georgetown this past season were basically ALL highlights of his game. He was fearless, smart, and a baller! If the Lakers need another backup point, then he’s probably a great fit. The fact that he’ll be cheap to sign is a definite plus!

    Go Mitch… explore this option and make the best decision for the team!

  • IMPRESS

    i think we should waive sasha and luke walton to make room for jeremy lin

    • warrior fan

      I don’t know how, But Lin can provide better value than sasha or luke. My guess …

      • Rockets’ Red Glare

        All my friends here in Houston TX with the last name Lin or Ling are already sayin they’ll buy Jeremy Lin jerseys no matter which team he signs with, lol. And how many people in China have that last name? Last time I checked there was 20 billion & unlike my time there, the Chinese mainlanders are FILTHY RICH nowadays. So yeah, better value than Sasha or Luke for sure, and that’s on top of the fact that he’s a real baller, although stereotype says no ballers go to Harvard…… Maybe he smoked too much reefer before the SAT and ended up doing what’s in the movie How High? Rofl.

  • dys

    He will exploit the pick & roll and run a methodical offense (as he did at Harvard). Seeing him get the ball the up and down the court and playing sound defense., he can definitely cut it in the NBA if not the Lakers.

    I don’t agree that he is not as athletic as the other summer leaguers, he is not a John Wall, but Jeremy Lin is no slouch.

    Actually, shame on the PAC 10 schools that did not recruit him out of high school in N. California.

  • yes

    Jeremy Lin is Taiwanese not Chinese so no he’s not Sun Yue version 2.0. Get your facts straight Marwan.

    • andy2000

      hes not even a taiwanese Lin was american born and hes def not a sun yue version 2.0. sun yue not even close to this guy.

      • 242LakerFan

        He was born in Taiwan. His family moved to the US when he was 3.

        • Rockets’ Red Glare

          Jeremy’s father came to the States in 1977 and met his mother in VA, JL was born in 1988 here in America, they moved to California when Jeremy was 3 from Virginia, NOT Taiwan. So yeah JL is AMERICAN and that’s the end of the story for the political debates of China vs Taiwan. Those debates should take place in appropriate channels and NOT in a context of sports, whose purest form is supposed to be completely free from politics.

    • warrior fan

      Lin is asia american not Taiwan or Chinese.

    • Alan

      outside the bball world, I consider taiwan and china the same. But since they both have there own national basketball teams, they’re both different countries.

      • Robert.

        Taiwan and China are NOT the same. You should read up on the cultural revolution, and the atrocities that happened during that time. Oh, and don’t forget to read up on the ‘former’ country of Tibet, and the Dalai Lama while you’re at it. (plenty of Google material here).
        .
        Anyway, ‘inside’ the bball world is all we should care about here. If Lin is a good player, who cares where he’s from.

        • Rockets’ Red Glare

          Not EXACTLY the same is more like it.

      • Rockets’ Red Glare

        Countries can have multiple sports associations. For example, as far as FIFA is concerned, if they pass the qualifiers, Great Britain may have FOUR national teams in the World Cup: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, but politically they all belong to Queen Elizabeth’s kingdom under the government of Gordon.

        It’s very similar with China, as evidenced in the past 30, 40 years or so, there has been China, Hong Kong, Macao, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) in the summer Olympics. Hell if we wanted to, we can make a TEXAS team to go in the World Cup alongside the United States!

    • 3Peat Time

      He is from Taiwan, but grow up in the states.

      • http://k Chris

        Whatever, he’s ethnically Chinese and has stated so himself. Being Taiwanese doesn’t preclude Lin from being Chinese even if Taiwan is a nation, so all ethnic Chinese (and East Asians), regardless of their political beliefs have a right to be proud of him for what he’s doing. There’s no need to get sensitive when someone calls Lin Chinese and have to clarify that he’s Taiwanese every time someone does it. Taiwanese people celebrate many Chinese holidays and aspects of Chinese culture and claim it to be their own as well so there’s no reason Lin cannot be both Chinese and Taiwanese. And most importantly, he’s Asian American and we should all be rooting for him.

        And lastly, Sun Yue is a lot more talented (6-9, more athletic) than Lin, but doesn’ t have the heart or the passion . And if you’ve played bball in China, Taiwan, Korea or any other parts of Asia, you will know what I mean. There’s no emphasis to be all that you can be and challenge others if it destroys harmony. That’s why if you play hard and physical in Asia, people get all angry and fussy.

      • andy2000

        for those of you who think Lin was born in taiwan.http://www.usatoday.com/sports/basketball/nba/2010-07-18-lin-summer-league-notes_N.htm please read

      • 242LakerFan

        I went back and listened again to the interview where he says “I moved out here when I was three”, and mentioned his parents emigrating from Taiwan. I guess I just put the two together. Maybe he was born in the US and moved to Palo Alto when he was 3.

  • Lakers3Peat!

    Idk why everyone bashes Sasha. He’s still a pesky defender and a very dependable free throw shooter. How quickly everyone forgets that in the most crucial minutes of game 7, PJ turned to Sasha. He was just injured this season and couldn’t provide as much as he did last season. Same with Brown. Brown made almost 50% 3s last season in playoffs!

  • SHOWTIME4EVA

    from watching his film.I think he has a great future.he can play! i hope he is one of our guards.he seems to take charge,an energize a team on both ends.seems smart,with WINNER TYPE mentality,and that can’t be taught.and most don’t possess.

  • KM

    Lakers need scoring more than defense off the bench, aside from lamar odom who’s wishy washy at best, and blake you dont have a sg/f that can penetrate or back people down in the low post

    • Joseph

      We need someone like Lin who can learn the triangle and who sticks to his role but has the Bball IQ to deviate when other teams take him for granted and he can cut and torch them inside.

      Brown lacks something in the creativity department (vis a vis showing up flat in the dunk contest) and requires either an open lane or a setup man for his 2-trick pony (high-flying dunk or alley-oop). Therefore, if Brown is not hot from outside and opposing teams can control the lanes to the baskets then Brown becomes a non-factor.

      Lite’m-up Lin has the complete package as point but can easily flex to the 2. He can be the constant threat that allows Kobe or Gasol to do their respective postup games while he cuts for an easy lay-in.

      • andy2000

        i agree very good point.

        • KM

          Kob will hook him up with some takeout, notably about 12 In’n'Out double double cheeseburgers and protein whey. Hit the gym brah

  • http://nba.com John Robertson

    yes i hope we get Jeremy Lin….. we need a change of pace of guard like him

  • Lamar

    yo he’s good cuz he was born and raised in the bay area. the bay also produced several good PGs like gary and kidd.

  • OldFong

    the problem with Lin is he seems too skinny. need to beef up. too much chow mein too little beef you know?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1460601006&ref=profile OaklandLakers

    Did you guys recognize how hard this guy passes? He rockets them even from his waist. It’s like ESPN – I mean Lebron – I mean Brett Farve, with out the INT’s.(sorry about that)… I swear, I don’t know how sold I am on this guy and don’t really know how to judge summer league play, but he is smart and knows how to get to the line and even use a spin move effectively. That’s extremely hard to carry to the NBA though.

  • SR

    Even if he’s a 13th man for his career the guy has the smarts, grit, and character to be an intriguing front office/coaching prospect. A million or two and a few years on the bench could pay big dividends for the leadership of the team in the long run.

  • Rockets’ Red Glare

    Lin’s father came to the States in 1977 and met his mother in Virginia. Jeremy was born in 1988 in the States so first and foremost, he’s American.

    Second, Taiwanese is in my opinion a purely political term & not ethnic, it’s almost like, North and South Koreas stay separate for 200 years but in the end, both are still Koreans, and that’s a TRUTH no one is entitled to deny. As we all know, we Americans here celebrate our diverse heritages, and we never hear people say, hey I’m German and not American, hey I’m Italian and not American. It’s equally ignorant-sounding as saying, hey I’m Taiwanese and not Chinese. When you’re some ethnicity, you’re that ethnicity, no matter how you want to mask that truth politically.

    So Lin is AMERICAN, period.

  • Rockets’ Red Glare

    For those who never saw Lin play and think he’s skinny, soft or un-athletic, yall are stereotyping. JL is 6’3-6’4, 200 pounds. Let’s temporarily ignore the fact that Lin’s Asian. If his skin color was either black or white, given those measurements, no one would call him skinny. And, if he was white, after going toe-to-toe with John Wall, he’d prolly be labeled a future superstar. Hell, if he was either black or white, he would’ve received a D1 scholarship and not gone to Harvard, and gotten drafted high on the board. How much you wanna bet?

  • Joseph

    any way you look at it, jeremy “how he do that” lin is still full of surprises that we have not even seen. i’m reminded of the backstory on larry bird who basically was an unknown because he did not get the exposure out of high school. so in the same way, we haven’t really seen as much of lin yet which is to say no one really has. i say lin’s a low-risk high payoff player.

  • OldFong

    I think LA or NY would be his obvious choices due to better Chinese food then in TX? I remember Norm Chow leaving TN gladly back to LA due to the Chinese food. Have seen him eating at Panda on campus at UCLA many times,

    I’m just not convined homeboy is a true baller.

  • OldFong

    The guy has some nice karate type moves though. Like a ninja going to the basket to get his sukiyaki?

  • daboss1848
    • Joseph

      the mavs somehow think a steak dinner and a guaranteed spot in their D-league is enough of an enticement to keep Lin. He’s an UNRESTRICTED Free Agent.

      Go Lakers!

  • Joseph

    Maybe after we get J Top-of-key Lin on board, we can remix this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVVzGm8SbOM with RonRon’s.

  • OldFong

    yeah brotha, i heard kobe is calling him every housr and tweeting him. dr. buss and mitch cupcake will be taking him to dinner at benihannas to woo the kid.

  • Rockets’ Red Glare

    To OldFong:

    The racial stereotyping & profiling in your threads is NOT funny to us Asians, it’s quite lame in the eyes of Asian people to be honest, and gettin OLD.

  • VCal

    First, I just wanna say congratulation to Jeremy Lin for a successful showing at SL. He will definitely get a contract and a roster spot next season, I just hope that he’ll remain a hard working player and don’t adopt to all hype in the NBA. Just be humble, pay attention to details and execute in the real game. He will have his chance to showcase his talent, I’m really hoping that he’ll do better job against the real NBA players because Summer pro league doesn’t mean you already made it. It just opens the oppurtunity futher more to secure A roster spot. Look what happened to Yuko Tabuse (Japanese Point Guard), he made the Phoenix Sun Roster but he choke performing in the real game so he didn’t last long. I understand that Yuta is only 5’9″- 5’10″ and Lin is 6’3″ but still regardless of the height you still need to execute. If you think height matters a lot, Earl Boykins is only 5’5″ and still playing after 8-9 or more years in the NBA because he execute plays and contribute.
    Many people comments about Lin’s race, lets not make this a racial thing because it’s all about Basketball. I’m sure you as Chinese or Taiwanese are VERY PROUD, and there is nothing wrong with that because that’s how life goes and showing support to your countryman is always a great thing but dont forget that other ASIAN ETNICITY (Korean,Japanese,Filipinos, and so on..) are also very proud of his accomplisments (becauseI am).
    This will open more opportunities for other and future Asian Athletes even in other sports.
    Wish you all the best Jeremy Lin, show them what you can do.
    VC

  • Joseph

    it might be worth it to read what they have to say over at http://www.mavsmoneyball.com/2010/7/15/1572189/mavericks-still-trying-to-find

    Gutierrez writes: “Lin continues to impress me during these games. He’s showing excellent poise and control when he attacks the basket. I see similarities to a running back who is picking his spots and waiting for the offensive line to create the holes. The versatility for Lin really helps his cause, he is able to thrive either in the uptempo style or in the halfcourt game. He showed high basketball IQ by not over-penetrating against the big men and showed off a half-floater shot. Jeremy continues to show the ability to find the open man. His moves over the course of the game definitely had the crowd’s attention. He stepped up to the challenge as well against Wall. These performances should make the front office definitely consider bringing him on board.”

    • Joseph

      so listen up lakers front office

  • OldFong

    can you get me some friend rice?

    • Rockets’ Red Glare

      You mean FRIED rice? Or rice is your friend? Learn to spell in English correctly in grade school before posting dude.

  • VCal

    Forget about Dallas, They only offereing D-League cause the have no room for backcourt. JKID, BAREA, TERRY,BEAUBOIS.

  • OldFong

    Dragon, are you Sun Yue’s cousin or sports agent? Can you get me one order of sukiyaki? Also some spring rolls, sweet and sour pork, and some duck sauce? I also want an order of teriyaki.

    how many calculus books do you own?

  • OldFong

    On a more serious note I think Lin will work well calculating the vectors in the triangle offense. I could just see all the yangs out for the games now to cheer for el chinito.

    • 242LakerFan

      You seriously need to adjust your pointy white hood so the eye-holes are in the right place. Then you will see that no one is laughing, moron.

      • Rockets’ Red Glare

        Lol good one

      • Rockets’ Red Glare

        Only if OldFong is actually Dave Chappelle!!

        • 242LakerFan

          LMAO Yeah, I remember that! The black white supremacist. That was a hilarious sketch!!

  • LakErS 3 pEaT

    Sign him already

  • andy2000
  • SOCKSOLID

    Sun Yue? Are you kidding me? He’s far from being another Sun Yue. This guy can play! And he’s not Farmar either…. =P

  • OldFong

    Alright homies. I apologize to you all for my remarks. Just trying to get a rise. They call it trolling. Next time at Staples buy you folks a Coke OK?

  • http://www.nobrainerdeals.com matt

    I am glad that we got Barnes over Jeremy

  • KMizzale

    See ya in the game Jeremy.. Barnes will have a great time rotating off the picks to steal the ball then lobbing it up to Odom or he take it for an easy layup. GG’s