Found July 17, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
The Sacramento Kings have reached an agreement on a two-year deal with free agent guard Aaron Brooks, the Sacramento Bee reported Monday. Brooks tweeted "Sacramento Kings" on Monday afternoon. The deal is expected to be for about $3 million this season, the Bee reported. Brooks, 27, played in China this past season, not the NBA. In 2009-2010, he averaged 19.6 points for the Houston Rockets, but that dropped to 10.6 in 2010-2011 when he split the season between Houston and Phoenix.
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Slapping five and giving “propers” has turned into an absolute given following every foul shot in NBA and college basketball games. Teammates are all about letting the foul shooter know how proud of them they are because they have made (or even missed) a 15 foot shot without any defenders in their face.
A strange twist to free throw congratulations has come about in recent...
Here we go again. Another move to placate a fan base that "we are trying" to win. Another player that doesn't really fit a great need (although I guess you can say Brooks has proven production?) but is a veteran that has been part of a winning organization at one point in his career. Or something.
Rinse. Wash. Repeat.
That's my main gripe. This is not about Aaron...
There are some NBA players that are so dialed in during a game that they can lose sight of the people around them.During a recent NBA summer league game, Kings rookie Thomas Robinson was at the free throw line and teammate Alex Young extended his hand to congratulate Thomas on the made attempt.Robinson doesn't return the favor and leaves Young hanging:
The Kings have signed Aaron Brooks to a two-year, $6.6 million deal.
According to Marc Stein, the Kings have acquired James Johnson of the Toronto Raptors for a future 2nd round pick. Sam Amick has confirmed it's a 2nd round pick in 2014.
Look for that one to be finalized Monday. Kings to add Johnson on last-year deal for their frontcourt rotation. Raps to shed a $2.8M salary
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 16, 2012