Western Notes: Lin, Green, Rockets

Numerous NBA sources outside of Jeremy Lin’s camp and the Lakers are skeptical either party would want a reunion, Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News writes.  Still, Lin isn’t really opening up about his future with anyone and he says that he has declined to discuss his impending free agency even with his family and his agent. More from the Western Conference..

  • Draymond Green is flattered by talk that connects him to his hometown Pistons, but he told KNBR that he’s focused on winning with the Warriors, Jimmy Durkin of the Mercury News writes.
  • I know I am a free agent,” Green told Sean Deveney of the Sporting News. “Everyone knows it. But I can honestly say I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about it.”  The Warriors standout is averaging 11.1 PPG and 8.3 RPG this season.
  • The Rockets sent Nick Johnson and Clint Capela to the D-League, according to Mark Berman of FOX 26 (on Twitter).  This marks Capela’s fifth trip to the D-League and Johnson’s fourth.
  • Blazers GM Neil Olshey gave up very little in exchange for a player he knows and likes in Arron Afflalo, John Canzano of The Oregonian writes.  Portland, he writes, added offensive punch in the second unit with very little sacrificed.
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  1. rxbrgr

    It was a good day for Olshey. It looks like he got a new quality 6th man and a TE for Barton without compromising too much the future of the team. Looking to next summer, it’ll be interesting if they’ll be willing to sell low on Batum and his expiring contract and open up room for possibly two max FA’s (one being Aldridge, of course).


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