When traded to the Rockets, Kyle Lowry was in his 3rd year with a limited resume. His scouting report was that he could attack the basket, good floor general, great rebounder for a PG, play good defense, but couldn't shoot worth a damn. He then spent the next year being exactly just that, all while the Rockets insist that he shot really well in practice, and felt that he can be a good shooter. Fast forward 2 years into the future. When signing with the Rockets, Jeremy Lin is in his 3rd year with limited resume. His scouting report is that he can attack the basket, good floor general, great rebounder for a PG, play the passing lanes on D but more suspect man-defender, and not a good shooter. He has now spent 12 games being exactly just that, all while the Rockets insit that he shoot really well in practice, and feel like he can be a good shooter. Remember the immortal words of DaDakoda. "Kyle Lowry is a career backup." And I believe he had seen Lowry for more than 12 games when making such a proclamation too. Learn from the past, and be more patient. Jeremy Lin's not holding us back from championship path this year. If he takes a month or even a season to feel comfortable shooting in an actual game, so be it. There's plenty of time.