Rockets Looking To Trade Jeremy Lin, If They Sign Dwight Howard
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Rival teams say the Rockets are making Lin available, as well, though they’d have to get a starting point guard in return. As part of their cap-clearing maneuvers to land Howard, Houston waived Aaron Brooks and Carlos Delfino on Sunday. The Rockets are off the hook for Delfino’s $3 million salary, which was non-guaranteed.
Teams believe the Rockets will move both Asik and Lin if they close the deal with Howard this week. Lin, whose acquisition last summer was heralded as a coup, was not invited to Houston’s pitch meeting with Howard, sources said.