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Tony Battie played in 38 games last season for the Sixers, averaging 2.6 points and 2.6 rebounds a game.
The Philadelphia 76ers have agreed to a new multi-year contract with restricted free agent forward Thaddeus Young.
Sixers president Rod Thorn said last week he'd match any reasonable offer made to Philadelphia's top reserve. But they never let negotiations get that far, signing him on Friday, the first day of training camp, without having to match another team's offer...
. News out that the Lakers have signed former UCLA sharp-shooter, Jason Kapono. In the scale of what's expected to take place across the NBA landscape (and in LA in particular... hello Mr Howard?), it's a minor move - but one I like. Kapono's a great shooter - and that's something that LA desparately need. With whoever LA end up on on the floor with, there...
The Philadelphia 76ers have reached agreement on a five-year deal with forward Thaddeus Young.
The deal is worth a reported $42 million for Young, who served as the team's sixth man for much of last season.
The 23-year-old Young averaged 12.7 points while playing in all 82 games last season, his third straight year scoring in double digits.
A first-round draft pick in 2007...
Ed Stefanski spent a large portion of his summer in Europe and saw more of Jonas Valanciunas than anyone else in the front office.
Jason Kapono comes to the Lakers with the sixth highest career three-point field goal percentage (.437) in NBA history.
Philadelphia 76ers guard Thaddeus Young has landed himself on the Boston Celtics’ wish list, according to Yahoo! Sports, despite the fact that he’s miles out of Boston’s pay range.Philadelphia 76ers free-agent forward Thaddeus Young is still hopeful of re-signing with the team if he receives a fair offer. Young has a strong relationship with Sixers coach Doug Collins. The...
Philadelphia 76ers free-agent forward Thaddeus Young(notes) is still hopeful of re-signing with the team if he receives a fair offer. Young has a strong relationship with Sixers coach Doug Collins. The Celtics and Denver Nuggets are also interested in Young
My guess is Young says in Philly, but the Celtics would probably up their pursuit if they lose Jeff Green.
The Lakers will likely sign Jason Kapono tomorrow, with the expectation that he’ll improve the squad’s three-point shooting. From the Daily News: “Jason Kapono, a 3-point specialist, is expected to sign a one-season contract for the veteran’s minimum salary Friday, the first day free agents can sign contracts after the approval of the new collective bargaining agreement...
The primary role of Ed Stefanski is to prevent Bryan Colangelo from deviating away from Toronto's plan of preserving cap space for 2012.