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The Oregonian’s Jason Quick reported via Twitter Thursday night that Brandon Roy would be making his NBA comeback with the Minnesota Timberwolves:
Brandon Roy has come to a verbal agreement with Minnesota according to a person in Roy’s family
— Jason Quick (@jwquick) July 6, 2012
Any fan of Roy’s will be happy to see him back in the basketball world...
MINNEAPOLIS Former Trail Blazers guard Brandon Roy reached an agreement to sign a two-year deal with the Timberwolves on Thursday night, according to multiple sources. NBA.com has reported that the deal is worth 10.4 million.The Timberwolves originally drafted Roy, 27, as the sixth pick in 2006, but they immediately traded him to Portland for the rights to Randy Foye. Roy played...
The Timberwolves are believed to have offered Nicolas Batum a four-year deal that could approach $50 million.
Raymond Felton signed with the Knicks in 2010 and was later traded in their package for Carmelo Anthony.
Hello folks and welcome to your favorite reality television show: NBA Free Agency 2012!
We’re here today with the Portland Trail Blazers and new general manager Neil Olshey. We’ve got a great show for you today. We’re going to put up three doors for Mr. Olshey to select from. The door he chooses will determine the immediate future of the Trail Blazers.
What do you say, Mr...
MINNEAPOLIS On Thursday night, the Timberwolves made a 10.4 million bet on a pair of knees.
These are not just any knees. These knees are the stuff of news stories and dramatic predictions. They've been prodded and poked, scoped and sliced. They destroyed a career, and now they're supposed to carry Brandon Roy back to legitimacy in the NBA.
The Timberwolves believe they...
What’s left in the tank?
The apocalypse for Portland Trail Blazers Brandon Roy supporters will be happening in 2012: It appears that the most popular Trail Blazers since Clyde Drexler will be playing at the Rose Garden as a visitor next season.
Despite being waived by the franchise due to the medical conditions of his knees in December, Roy has decided to test his knees out...
Less than a year after leaving the game due to chronic pain in both his knees; former Portland Trail Blazers All-Star guard Brandon Roy, will attempt an NBA comeback next season. The “Oregonian” reported Thursday night, that the former Blazer has agreed to terms with the Minnesota Timberwolves, according to the player’s agent Greg Lawrence. The agent said that Roy would sign...
Brandon Roy has reached a verbal agreement with the Wolves.
Oh, how I want Nicolas Batum to come and grace us with his basketball goodness. The length! The shooting! The defense! And he's French! I love french fries and french toast, so he must be a wonderful person.
Of course, I also am a bit of a realist, and the entirety of being a realist is realizing what's real and what's not real (for real!). And in this scenario, what...
Despite talks heating up yesterday between the Knicks and the Suns regarding a sign & trade deal for two-time M.V.P. Steve Nash, New York hesitated to include Iman Shumpert in the deal. Though towards the end of the day, the Knicks had reportedly relented and were willing to sacrifice a piece of their future to win now, it was too late.Along with the Knicks' initial hesitation...
According to a report filed to ESPN.com Brandon Roy has decided to try to resume his playing career with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Roy, 27, retired last year while a member of the Portland Trailblazers due to chronic knee problems. The former No. six overall pick was a three-time All-Star in five seasons with Portland. He was [...]
Brandon Roy, who sat out this past season and had announced his retirement, has reached a verbal agreement to play for the Minnesota Timberwolves, multiple media outlets reported Thursday. Roy agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal, according to HoopsWorld.com, although he can't officially sign with Minnesota until July 11. Roy, 27, averaged 22.6 points in 2008-2009...
Former NBA all-star Brandon Roy has reportedly agreed to terms on a two-year, $10.4 million contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves, according to multiple reports. Roy was the 2007 Rookie of the Year and three-time all-star selection prior to knee injuries that almost ended his career. When healthy Brandon Roy was one of the most explosive [...]