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After averaging 8.2 points and 6.8 rebounds in 12 games for the Washington Wizards last season, James Singleton spent the past year playing in China.

Report: Knicks Sign Forward James Singleton

According to ESPN New York’s Ian Begley, the Knicks have signed free agent forward, James Singleton. The 6’8 big man has played a total of six seasons in the NBA on three teams (Clippers, Mavericks, Wizards) with career averages of 3.9 points and 3.7 rebounds in 13.4 minutes per game. The 31-year-old most recently played for the Xinjiang Flying Tigers of the Chinese Basketball...

James Singleton Officially Signed, Kurt Waived.

League source says #Knicks deal w/James Singleton is complete. #Knicks will need to cut a player to make room for Singleton. — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) April 10, 2013   Kurt Thomas will be released to sign James Singleton. Kurt will now have foot surgery, which would have ended his season anyway. KT should be commended for starting this long winning streak with his gutty performance...

James Singleton Close to Signing with Knicks

Knicks close to reaching deal with free agent forward James Singleton the Daily News has learned. A player, likely Kurt Thomas, must be cut — Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) April 10, 2013 Interesting that the Knicks are in the move making business. I understand why, but this is a move I would have made a long time ago and not so late in the season. Some of these injuries must be worse...

John Wall Says His Season Turned Around After Emeka Okafor Got In His Face

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall wants a max type deal, and has played lights out the past two months to try to earn it. In his last 20 games he has averaged 23.9 points per game on 48.3 percent shooting and 41.7 percent from three, plus averaging 7.8 assists per game. Wall’s season started off slow following a knee injury suffered in training camp.  Wall says he wasn’t...

Dear Emeka Okafor, Thank You For Lighting A Fire Under John Wall

(Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images) Remember late February? Yeah, well I barely do either. This was When Wall was in one of the worst slumps of his young career. Remember Wall having 5 turnovers in the first quarter of the game vs Detroit and then blaming his teammates for not catching his passes and he complained in the locker room about barely playing in the fourth quarter?...

Washington Wizards: The Future Sure Looks Bright for The Wizards

With John Wall playing like a superstar, the Washington Wizards will be building around him for the foreseeable future. There is zero doubt that they will match any offer he gets in restricted free agency and the Wizards will probably give him a max contract themselves, to prove to him and the rest of the league that they view him as their franchise player and one of the best young...

John Wall redeems himself, throws first pitch at Nats game that doesn’t suck (video)

Two years ago, Wizards point guard John Wall threw the first pitch at a Washington Nationals game that went down in history as one of the worst first pitches ever. Wall was brave enough to take the mound again Thursday night and hope for a better outing, but then again, how could it get any worse than his first time?

John Wall and Roy Hibbert squash their issues

John Wall and Roy Hibbert are two of the brighter young stars in the NBA. So when they start slinging mud people listen. Please click here to read this story. The post John Wall and Roy Hibbert squash their issues appeared first on Players View.

John Wall makes incredible reverse alley-oop lay-in (Video)

Just when you thought that Washington Wizards guard John Wall couldn't top his normal feats of daring-do, you need to check out this amazing lay-up that happened earlier tonight against the Miami Heat.Watch as Wall catches the feed from teammate Martell Webster and scores the incredible reverse lay-up:

Before Tip-Off: New York Knicks vs Washington Wizards

WHO: Knicks (50-26) vs Wizards (29-41) WHEN: 730PM/ET on MSG W2W4: First of all, props to Melo for winning Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors.  If you’re keeping track, that’s back-to-back weeks that a Knicks player has been named Eastern Conference Player of the Week. J.R. Smith wore the crown last week. And to further stunt on the league, Melo’s jersey outsold...

76ers-Wizards Preview

While their modest pursuit has taken a big hit as a result of their losing streak, the Washington Wizards have a chance to pick up a game on one of the teams they're trying to catch in the Eastern Conference. The Wizards will try to keep their goal of a ninth-place finish in the East alive and win for the 10th time in 11 home games Friday night against the Philadelphia 76ers...

Knicks Will Release Kurt Thomas

Kurt Thomas will be released to create a roster spot for James Singleton, Daily News has learned. KT will have right foot surgery next week — Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) April 10, 2013   Sad to see Kurt go, but the Knicks must get ready for the playoffs. I trust Glen Grunwald and his staff to make the right decisions. Peter A – Knickswag The post Knicks Will Release Kurt Thomas...

Report: Knicks Sign Solomon Jones For Rest Of Season

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Knicks will sign power forward/center, Solomon Jones, for the remainder of the season. The 6-foot-10 big man has played a total of 268 games in the NBA on four different teams (Hawks, Pacers, Hornets, Clippers) – most notably playing for the Atlanta Hawks who drafted him in 2006. He averaged 2.4 points and 1.9 rebounds in three...
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