Writing the massive check that it requires to sign Dwight Howard does not come without repercussions – namely the immediate need to move other contracts to lessen cap issues. Jeremy Lin‘s contract brings with it a cap hit of almost $8.4 million for the next two seasons, making him a prime target to be moved.
Hoopsworld writer Bill Ingram says that the Rockets are doing their best to move themselves out from under that contract:
We’d be shocked if someone stepped up to take on the Lin contract …
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