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The Bulls have waived 31-year old shooting guard Keith Bogans. Bogans played in 82 games (all starts) for the Bulls last year and he averaged 17.8 minutes, 4.4 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game. He also shot 38% from three point range last year and the Bulls may miss that out of the starting unit. Bogans has now played in 586 games (308 starts) in his NBA career and he is averaging 22.1 minutes, 6.7 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. Bogans should be able to find a new job before the 2010-11 starts, but the Bulls aren’t going to miss him as they have replaced him at shooting guard with Richard Hamilton.
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CHICAGO - Guard Keith Bogans was waived by the Chicago Bulls on Friday.
Bogans started all 82 games last season...
The Chicago Bulls waived shooting guard Keith Bogans on Friday.
Bogan's release comes one day after the Bulls signed Richard Hamilton to a three-year contract.
Hamilton is expected to compete with Ronnie Brewer for the starting shooting guard position.
Bogans provided little offensive output for the Bulls last season, averaging 4.4 points and shooting 38.0 percent from 3-point...
Guard Keith Bogans was waived by the Chicago Bulls on Friday.
The Chicago Bulls officially have a big upgrade at the two guard position. Although many think it’s not that big of an upgrade. With Richard Rip Hamilton now officially in town, the team released Keith Bogans.
Bogans (6-5, 215) started all 82 games for Chicago last season and posted averages of 4.4 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 1.2 apg in 17.8 mpg. He also shot .404 from the field, .380 from...
Not too surprisingly, the Bulls sent Keith Bogans packing today. From the Chicago Tribune: “Bogans started all 82 games for the Bulls last season. He got pulled off the practice floor just before the first practice of training camp last week. The Bulls held a $1.73 million team option on Bogans. He is drawing interest from several teams. ‘We have great appreciation for what...
Keith Bogans started all 82 games for the Chicago Bulls as the shooting guard. Well he was the shooting guard who did not shoot — he averaged just 3.7 shots per game (and 4.4 points) He got the call because he played good defense and stayed out of Derrick Rose’s way. The Bulls were willing…
Coach, players praise shooting guard's toughness and professionalismINDIANAPOLIS — The Bulls unofficially waived Keith Bogans on Dec. 9 when they pulled him from the floor moments before the first practice of training camp.
The Celtics need some more wing players now that Jeff Green may be sidelined for an indefinite period of time. Bogans is a tough, defensive minded player who has some experience guarding quality players. He would feel a roster need and would be a slight upgrade over Sasha Pavlovic, and a good bench player to integrate in the rotation.
How the Celtics can get him:
Well, we just...