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Hot Stove New York:
Top performers from Day 3 of the Orlando Summer League
Damion James (Nets): James has out played fellow rookie Derrick Favors through the first three games. James scored a game high 30 points (9-of-18 shooting). The Texas rookie is averaging 20.7 (2nd overall) points and 6.3 rebounds.
Paul George (Pacers)- George followed up his eight rebound, seven steal game with 15 points and nine rebounds. The 10th overall pick has displayed his versatility through the first three games.
Jrue Holiday (76ers)- Holiday had his best game yet with 25 points, 5 assists, 3 steals and 3 three-pointers. Overall he is fifth in scoring and second in assists.
Honorable Mention: Joe Crawford (Magic), Josh McRoberts (Pacers), Lance Stephenson (Pacers), James Harden (Thunder), Marreese Speights (76ers)
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Suffice it to say Travis Outlaw rarely gets mentioned in the same sentence as LeBron James. This, however, is one of those times. The Nets, who had hoped to make a free-agent killing and land James, instead will have Outlaw as their starting small forward next season. It might not...
The Nets have agreed to a five-year, $35 million contract with Travis Outlaw. The former Blazers backup could very well be the Nets’ ‘Plan B’ if they don’t land LeBron: “Forward Travis Outlaw has agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal with the New Jersey Nets, his agent, Bill Duffy, told ESPN The Magazine’s Ric Bucher.”
I can’t read enough tweets from people around the NBA and sports world in general that say LeBron is coming to New York.
This one is by ESPN analyst and Jay Williams (@RealJayWilliams):
This one is from the Spurs DeJuan Blair (@DeJuan45):
When Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov emerged from his meeting with LeBron James in Cleveland last week, he stressed he had Plans A, B and C, and regardless of what happened, the Nets would have "a great team" moving forward.
Well, despite the team's belief they are still in the...
The New Jersey Nets reached an agreement in principle with free-agent forward Travis Outlaw on Thursday.
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Wherever he happens to be right now, certainly not New Jersey, Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov needs a drink...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
The New Jersey Nets have reached an agreement in principle with free agent forward Travis Outlaw on Thursday. A person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press that Outlaw got a five-year deal worth $35 million. The person requested anonymity...
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Prepare for the possibility the New Jersey Nets sign power forward Tyrus Thomas to a front-loaded offer sheet that could make the Charlotte Bobcats blink. The Nets lost out on the big-name free agents and still have a ton of...
The Mississippi native was traded from the Blazers to the Clippers last season with Steve Blake in the deal for Marcus Camby.
Tribune News ServicesThe New Jersey Nets have reached an agreement in principle with free-agent forward Travis Outlaw.
A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press
that Outlaw got a five-year deal worth $35 million. The person
requested anonymity because financial terms of the deal were not being
Outlaw played 34 games with the Portland Trail Blazers...
With Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh going to Miami, the New Jersey Nets don't see their hopes for the future as being reduced to a LeBron James-or-bust scenario.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- With Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh going to Miami, the New Jersey Nets don't see their hopes for the future as being reduced to a LeBron James-or-bust scenario.
So much is going on right now with the NBA, so I’m just going to give some quick hitting thoughts.
First for the Pacers.
I am really excited about our new guys, Lance Stephenson and Paul George. Stephenson has shined in the summer league so far, and caught a lot of people’s attention. He’s scored well in each game, has great size for a point guard, and has played unselfish...
Paul George's Blog: The rookie forward talks about his and the team's progress in the Orlando Summer League as well as the tight bond forming between the Pacers' three draft picks.