Jeremy Lin continues to live off of his “Linsanity” era with the Knicks. He announced this morning that he is signing with the Brooklyn Nets and Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted the deal is for three years/$36 million dollars. To be honest, considering the inflated market thanks to the higher salary cap, this is a great deal for the Nets. It gives them flexibility to continue to bolster the rest of the roster through free agency as well. Lin tweeted a short time ago with the Nets logo behind him, saying “The Journey continues…thankful for the next chapter! #Godisgood”. Lin averaged 11.7ppg last season to go along with 3.0apg, not exactly eye popping numbers but the Nets needed help at the point guard position and as I mentioned earlier, this is somewhat of a bargain.