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Royal Ivey will be in the Atlanta Hawks' training camp.
Ivey reportedly worked out for the Hawks recently.
Ivey has spent nine seasons in the NBA, including his first three with the Hawks.
Ivey, 31, has averaged 3.3 points and 1.1 assists in his career.
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Atlanta Hawks: Hawks Free Agency Grade
By Josh Morgan Hoopstuff Senior Writer
* Moves can include signings, resignings and trades
Signed Paul Millsap: 2 years, $19 million
Signed Elton Brand: 1 year, $4 million
Claimed Gustavo Ayon off waivers
Signed DeMarre Carroll: 2 years, $5 million
Matched offer sheet to Jeff Teague: 4 years, $32 million
Much has been made of the fact that the Atlanta Hawks re-signed Kyle Korver to a 4 year deal worth 24 million dollars. Some say he wasn’t worth it and others have said it was a great deal (I personally think it was a great move). The Hawks were 4th in the league in 3 pointers made last season and Korver was a huge part of that. When you look at the remade Hawks their new head coach...
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That was the main question regarding ESPN’s complete NBA player rankings, which were released Monday starting at the bottom. There at No. 500, to Twitter’s delight, was Sixers forward Royce White, just below former Celtics center Fab Melo, sitting pretty at No. 499.
The presence of White, a 2012...
Philadelphia 76ers free agent Damien Wilkins has reached agreement on a straight training camp deal to return to the Atlanta Hawks, a league source told RealGM.
Wilkins had been working out in Atlanta for the Hawks, a team that has been in search for players to complete its wing depth.
Out of the University of Georgia, Wilkins, 33, has averaged 6.3 points and 2.4 rebounds in nine...
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