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Kenyon Martin has agreed to a one-year deal with the Clippers worth $2.5 million, two sources confirmed to SI.com.
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The Los Angeles Clippers and free agent Kenyon Martin have agreed to a one-year deal, returning the veteran forward to the NBA after a brief stint in China.
Martin's agent, Andy Miller, confirmed Friday that the sides reached agreement. The deal, believed to be worth the mini mid-level exception of $2.5 million, is expected to be finalized as soon as Martin passes a physical...
When was the last time FIBA had anything to do with NBA matters? Practically never.
The NBA does everything it wants with no input from FIBA publicly until now, apparently.
FIBA, the International Basketball Federation has determined that Kenyon Martin is a free agent, owing nothing to any team from China. He does not have any contract obligations at all.
The International Federation...
Sources are reporting that Kenyon Martin, one of the NBA players who signed with a CBA team in China, has signed with the Los Angeles Clippers. The 6’9 Power Forward is a 9 year veteran and exactly what the clips need.
Surprisingly, many contending teams expressed interest in Martin. His hard nosed defense and rebounding is something many contenders are lacking. However, this is...
Kenyon Martin is expected to join the Clippers on their current road trip in Orlando.
Looks like Kenyon Martin has finally made his way back to the NBA after a detour to China. After being forced to wait out the Chinese seaason the Los Angeles Times is reporting that the forward will sign a deal with the Los Angeles Clippers once he passes a physical.
The Clippers and free-agent forward Kenyon Martin have agreed on a mini-midlevel deal that will be finalized as...
The Hawks met Thursday with a representative for center Kenyon Martin, the AJC has learned.
Martin, 34, averaged 8.6 points and 6.2 rebounds in 48 games for the Nuggets last season. The 11-year veteran signed a one-year deal to play in China with Xinjiang during the NBA lockout last summer. He is eligible to return to the NBA following the Chinese season in several weeks.
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J.R. Smith might be having fun in China dropping 60 points, shooting up threes like he was in a video game and letting his family get into fights in the stands, but Kenyon Martin is ready to come back to the NBA. With his decision coming any day now, Martin has narrowed his search down [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers may not be done raiding the Chinese Basketball Association for the NBA talent that played there during the lockout.
After Kenyon Martin was cleared by FIBA to go back to the NBA, the Clippers pounced and signed the free agent to a one year deal on Friday. They might not be finished according to a source, saying that they have an interest in swingman...
While the San Antonio Spurs and several other teams await free agent Kenyon Martin's decision on where he will suit up this season, there is another free agent reportedly on the Spurs' radar -- J.R. Smith.Smith, like Martin, played in China during the NBA lockout and is now trying to plead his case to make it back to the NBA despite the CBA's (Chinese Basketball Association...