Lin, the Harvard guard who electrified Knicks fans in 2012 with “Linsanity,” has agreed to a deal with the Nets, reportedly for three years and $36 million.
Though no deal has officially been signed yet, the center met with team executives in Orlando on Friday and agreed to a four-year deal.
As the N.B.A. free agency period began, players who it was reported were not changing teams included Mike Conley, Andre Drummond, Hassan Whiteside and Bradley Beal.
Mike Conley and All-Stars Andre Drummond and DeMar DeRozan are staying put. So are Hassan Whiteside and Nicolas Batum.
Dwight Howard is coming home to Atlanta.
There is skepticism attached to this, of course, and it really has little to do with Joakim Noah, even if those 29 games he played last year are a red flag, even if the fact he'll turn 32 next February is another, even if the reported cost of securing his services for the next four…