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Alexis Ajinca is on the verge of a two-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans.
Ajinca is finalizing a buyout with Strabourg of France.
The Pelicans and Strasbourg have agreed on the standard $575,000 buyout under NBA rules.
Ajinca will sign a fully guaranteed two-year deal at the NBA minimum.
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French center Alexis Ajinca is finalizing a buyout with Strasbourg of the Euro League and is on the verge of a two-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans, league sources told CBSSports.com on Tuesday.
The Pelicans and Strasbourg have agreed on the standard $575,000 buyout under NBA rules, though agent Mark Bartelstein said there are "a couple more steps" that have to...
Technically, the Raptors got Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons, Patrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes for Rudy Gay.
But Toronto also got a new spirit.
Without the shoot-first, do-little-else Gay, the Raptors have gone 3-1. They’re just clicking a little better. They might be playing with a little more passion, too.
Terrence Ross certainly is.
Landry Fields replaced Gay in the starting...
Greivis Vasquez is loving life as a Raptor.
Even though he’s a reserve in Toronto after being a starter in Sacramento, the 6-foot-6 Venezuelan seems genuinely thrilled to be here.
We saw it when he first arrived as a part of the Rudy Gay deal and it has been apparent every day since.
Vasquez went from averaging nine assists a game (second in the league) during his breakout campaign...
Episode 53 of RAPS TALK (12.17.13) - Is Masai Ujiri the real Il Mago? The Toronto Raptors pulled off a seven player deal that sent Rudy Gay and his 40 shots/game to Sacramento. On this week's podcast we break down the trade between the Raptors and Sacramento Kings, recap the past week with the Toronto Raptors, Terrence Ross' performance in the starting lineup, the...
The Toronto Raptors began their journey in the NBA in November 1995. The feelings of inferiority among the fan base were born just two and a half seasons later.
Damon Stoudamire was the first draft pick ever made by the franchise and the face of NBA basketball in Canada up to that point. But after two losing seasons with the expansion team and faced with another, the point guard...
Having a full 3 days in between games means there's lots of time for preparation leading up to the Toronto Raptors' next game, which will be at home on Wednesday night versus the Charlotte Bobcats. The Raptors have won their last 2 games, which coincided with the new arrivals from the Sacramento Kings. Of the 4 new players, Chuck Hayes is the only one yet to see time in games...