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The Utah Jazz and Raja Bell have reached an agreement on a buyout of his 2012-2013 contract, the Salt Lake Tribune reported. Bell signed with the Jazz two years ago, but he had disputes with coaches and management and has wanted to leave for more than a year. He was due to make $3.4 million next season. He told the Tribune that once the deal is finalized, he'll be a free agent and can sign with any team. "I've been given the greenlight and we've agreed to terms," Bell told the Tribune. The Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers would be interested in Bell, according to the Yahoo! Sports. Bell, 34, played in 34 games and averaged 6.4 points for Utah this past season.
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MIAMI Could Raja Bell be returning to his hometown to play for the Heat?
The Salt Lake Tribune reported Sunday night the guard has gotten permission to be bought out of his contract by Utah. Bell acknowledged to the paper that Miami, Boston and the Los Angeles Lakers are among teams that intrigue him.
Bell played at Miamis Killian High School and at Florida International. As of...
Raja Bell is finalizing a buyout with the Jazz.
Now that Ray Allen is gone, Celtics fans could be in store for plenty of rumors when it comes to adding a pure shooter. Raja Bell certainly fits into that category. Bell has reached a verbal agreement with the Utah Jazz for a buyout of his 2012-13 contract, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. One the buyout becomes official, Bell will be free to sign with any team, and the Celtics...
The Boston Celtics have bigger fish to fry than Raja Bell right now. But the free agent wouldn’t mind playing his home games at the TD Garden next season. (Salt Lake Tribune)Bell’s already drawn interest from several clubs since free agency began July 1, and he acknowledged teams such as Miami, Boston and the Los Angeles Lakers are interesting to him. He would not specify which...
It might be time for the Kings to start focusing on some new targets to fill their small forward void as another one of their potential options is off the market. Andrei Kirilenko‘s wavering on a return to the NBA has apparently swung yet again as the indecisive former member of the Jazz has reportedly decided [...]