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"We thank Richard Hamilton for his time here with the Pistons organization," Dumars said in a released statement.
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The Detroit Pistons waived veteran guard Richard Hamilton on Monday.
Hamilton played nine seasons with the club, helping the Pistons to the NBA title in 2004 and an additional appearance in the Finals in 2005.
"We thank Richard Hamilton for his time here with the Pistons organization," Detroit president of basketball operations Joe Dumars said. "Rip was a champion...
Rip Hamilton was once a decent player. The Bulls are thinking of acquiring him in an effort to correct their “problems” at the shooting guard. Unfortunately for the Bulls this will likely hurt them in their quest for a title. The truth is Hamilton has never been that great of a player. The Bulls actually already have a very strong team with few weaknesses. Adding Hamilton will...
Guard Richard “Rip” Hamilton has been a familiar name in trade rumors for the past couple seasons and was said to be a top candidate to become a casualty of amnesty clause. Apparently the Pistons are finally parting ways with Hamilton and are waiving the guard straight out, buying out his contract and allowing Hamilton [...]
The Chicago Bulls remain poised to sign veteran shooting guard Richard Hamilton once his buyout from the Detroit Pistons becomes official.
Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars announced today that the team has waived guard Richard Hamilton. He had two years left on his contract, which was bought out by the team.
It’s been widely reported that Hamilton will now likely sign with the Chicago Bulls.
“We thank Richard Hamilton for his time here with the [...]
The Detroit Pistons have waived Richard Hamilton.
Monday's NBA news briefs: The Detroit Pistons have waived Richard Hamilton.
Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars announced today that the team has waived guard Richard Hamilton.
Steve Kerr knows what it's like to be a shooting guard alongside someone who needs to dominate the basketball, which is why he believes Rip Hamilton would be a great fit on the Chicago Bulls.