Jeremy Lin's hoping to catch lightning in a bottle once a again, but this time as Houston Rocket. He's going to have a tough time nearing the popularity of the much loved, and very humble, fan favorite Yao Ming
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He won't be playing with Yao.. He retired a year ago- didn't see the court all of last year. The already present popularity of the Rockets in Asian markets will be an advantage, but there isn't any on-court advantage for Lin
You're right. I should've rephrased that. I should have said the fact that he'll be on the same team will play in his favor but it would still be cool to see them play together.