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Chris Forsberg of ESPN Boston, who is one of the best out there for Celtics news, has more details on the Dooling signing.
The Celtics owned Dooling's rights, but will re-sign him at a one-year, minimum deal. Dooling, who will earn $1.35 million (of which the Celtics are responsible for only $854,389) is taking a pay cut (he made $2.2 million last season), but clearly enjoyed...
The Celtics continue to put the pieces in place for the upcoming season. Keyon Dooling is the latest player to agree to terms with the Celtics, as the 32-year-old guard has reportedly signed a one-year deal to return to Boston next season. The terms of the deal have not been announced, but Dooling's agent has confirmed the report. Dooling averaged a little over 14 minutes per...
Center Dwight Howard reportedly met with representatives of the Orlando Magic on Wednesday and reiterated his desire to be traded immediately. Howard met with Magic general manager Rob Hennigan and assistant general manager Scott Perry in Los Angeles for two hours, SI.com reported, citing league sources. Magic officials requested the meeting, according to SI.com, and Howard...
It seems that new Orlando GM Rob Hennigan just can’t wrap his head around the fact that Dwight Howard wants out of Orlando. Sure, he’s new to the organization and he wants to believe that the relationship can be salvaged, but it’s over. Done. Finished. But it seems that Rob Hennigan needed to hear it again from Howard.
So he and assistant GM Scott Perry requested to meet with...
You know the drill. Take this all with a grain of salt. Especially since this particular report comes from our old pal Chris Broussard who is fresh off of “vacation”.
According to Broussard, one executive says the Magic will only trade Howard for a deal that is great for the Magic. Obviously.
And another says that Howard will start the season with the Magic and possibly be traded...
DAYS OF OUR NBA LIVES
The NBA commissioner has no issues with the seemingly endless drama unfolding over Magic center Dwight Howard, saying, "it is the soap opera our fans turn in for."
Sources say the Orlando Magic have decided to hold on to
disgruntled star Dwight Howard and hold out for a better offer.
While there is still plenty of time left before the start of the NBA season, there is not a lot expected from the Cleveland Cavaliers, in terms of player personnel, before they tip off for 2012-13. While there is still the possibility that the Cavaliers are involved in the Dwight Howard trade, which could mean [...]
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