Vancouver, B.C. - The Toronto Raptors have signed guard, Jeremy Lin for the rest of the season. After securing a buyout from the Atlanta Hawks, Jeremy Lin cleared waivers and was eligible to sign with the Raptors ahead of the all-star break.
Making his way back to Canada, Jeremy spent a large portion of 2017/2018 in Vancouver recovering from a ruptured patellar tendon at Fortius Sport & Health. In his debut, with the Raptors, landing just a few hours before tip-off to officially sign his contract, Jeremy would record 8 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists, in 25 minutes.
The Raptors team has a drastic new look for the rest of the season after trading Jonas Valunciunas, Delon Wright, and C.J. Miles to the Memphis Grizzlies for Marc Gasol. The Raptors return to action after the 2019 All Star game on February 22nd against the San Antonio Spurs.