Days prior to training camps opened around the NBA in early December, the Sacramento Kings busily refined their roster to start the season fresh.
Coming as no shock, the Kings renounced the rights to Samuel Dalembert, Marquis Daniels, Darnell Jackson and Pooh Jeter, and life went on from there in each case. The Houston Rockets are vying for Dalembert’s services, Daniels returned to the Boston Celtics, and Jackson remains a free-agent currently playing in the Ukraine.
As for Pooh Jeter, he’s living near the beach in Barcelona, Spain and thankful to be playing back in Europe, this time with FIATC Joventut Badalona in the ACB Spanish League.
“I don’t care where you play, it’s all about taking care of you and your family,” Jeter, who signed with Joventut during the lockout, told Crossover Chronicles.
“Even though I am not in the NBA right now, I still get to wake up every day and do something that I love to do which is to play basketball -- and getting paid good money to do it. I ...