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After spending time as a steady role player for the New Orleans Hornets for the past two seasons, center Aaron Gray has signed with the Raptors, Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting: “Aaron Gray has agreed to a one-year deal with Toronto Raptors, league source tells Y! Sports.”
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NBA commissioner David Stern issued the following statement on the heels of his veto of a three-team deal involving All-Star guard Chris Paul:
"Since the NBA purchased the New Orleans Hornets, final responsibility for significant management decisions lies with the Commissioner’s Office in consultation with team chairman Jac Sperling. All decisions are made on the basis of...
WALTHAM - The Celtics’ bold pursuit of former Hornets forward David West ended yesterday when the free agent signed with the Pacers.
Many NBA fans are up in arms over the NBA intervening in the Chris Paul to the Lakers trade…Sure, the NBA owners are the ones who own the Hornets, but this is just bad business, in a string of poor decisions by the association’s front office…Since the NBA is launching on Christmas Day, I figured who better to play the Grinch than NBA commissioner David Stern…Happy...
The NBA, who owns the Hornets, did not want to let this trade go through amid a ratification of the labor agreements meant to increase competitiveness around the league, specifically for small market teams.
WESTWEGO, LA. (AP) - While Chris Paul darted around a basketball court in a black Hornets practice uniform, the only NBA team for which he has played resumed trade talks for the All-Star guard, opening discussions with anyone who is interested."We're talking about everything. Everything is on the table," general ...
Chris Paul may be headed to Los Angeles as part of a new proposed trade.
New Orleans general manager Dell Demps says he has been given
autonomy to make another trade for All-Star guard Chris Paul.
NBA, owners just say "No" on the eve of training-camp openings
What about the Hornets? By rejecting a trade that would have sent Chris Paul to the Lakers, the NBA created more problems and damaged their own investment, writes Ian Thomsen.
NBA commissioner David Stern attempted Friday to defuse a storm of
criticism over the league's shocking veto of a trade that would
have sent star point guard Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers.