Lin Won't Join Golden State; Toscano-Anderson Waived
via: NBA. 

The hype around Jeremy Lin coming back to the NBA lasted just a little while, and it turns out the Harvard product won't be making a return to the league.

The Athletic's Shams Charania reported Lin was finalizing a deal with the Golden State Warriors, pending letter of clearance from Chinese Basketball Association, but it turns out he didn't get cleared. 

Shams Charania has now reported the Warriors couldn’t get international clearance to sign the veteran guard so instead they signed and waived forward Elijah Pemberton.

The Hofstra product will join their G-League affiliate, Santa Cruz Warriors.

Last season, Lin played for the Beijing Ducks in China. Overseas, he averaged 22.3 points and 5.6 assists per game, and was named a CBA All-Star and a finalist for Defensive Player of the Year. 

Also, Mexico won't have a player in the NBA anymore, as Golden State has decided to waive Juan Toscano-Anderson, ESPN's Marc Spears said.

The Mexican-American, who played collegiate basketball at Marquette, played 13 games last season before the 'hiatus' and averaged 5.3 points per contest.