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Andrei Kirilenko Suspended By Philadelphia 76ers For Failure To Report

  The Philadelphia 76ers has suspended Andrei Kirilenko for failure to report to the team. As reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, Under the suspension, Kirilenko is unable to collect the balance of his $3.3 million salary. The NBA was made aware of the suspension in the past several days, sources said, but the Sixers had not made the information public. Andrei Kirilenko...
Via Basketball Bicker
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Suspending Andrei Kirilenko Without Pay is Pointless

Andrei Kirilenko did not report to the 76ers after they traded for him in a deal with the Brooklyn Nets. Kirilenko has officially been suspended without pay by the 76ers.  To be honest with you, this basically just gave Kirilenko exactly what he wanted. To start, Kirilenko’s net worth is 50 million dollars according to Forbes.  Kirilenko was scheduled to make 3.2 million dollars...
Via TopSportsReport
19 days ago  |  Discuss

76ers Suspend Andre Kirilenko For Failing To Report To Team

Andre Kirilenko wanted out of Brooklyn, but his refusal to report to Philadelphia is going to cost him some money. Kirilenko has been suspended without pay for failing to report to the team. Philadelphia has suspended Andrei Kirilenko for failing to report to the team, league sources tell Yahoo Sports. Suspension is without pay. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) January 9, 2015
Via Thacover2
19 days ago  |  Discuss

76ers Reneged On Agreement To Waive Andrei Kirilenko

The Philadelphia 76ers agreed to release Andrei Kirilenko after their trade with the Brooklyn Nets was agreed upon, according to two sources. Sam Hinkie hasn't followed through with that handshake deal and the 76ers suspended Kirilenko this week. "He might have an IQ of 150, but [Hinkie] doesn't seem to realize you have to deal with these people over and over," one league source...
Via RealGM
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Andrei Kirilenko Is Refusing To Play For Philadelphia 76ers

Yahoo reports that newly acquired Andrei Kirilenko is refusing to play for the Philadelphia 76ers. Kirilenko is currently staying in New York because of a family issue but is wanting the alleged tanking 76ers to either waive or buy him out so he can become a free agent. Philadelphia GM Sam Hinkie reportedly told Kirilenko that he has no plans to buy him out and wants him to get...
Via Basketball Bicker
December 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Sixers want Andrei Kirilenko to report to team

Since being traded to the Philadelphia 76ers from the Brooklyn Nets, Andrei Kirilenko has not shown up to play or practice. Before the trade, Kirilenko was inactive on the Nets roster and hasn’t played in a game since November 13. Now, there are many reasons why he has not shown up to play for the Sixers and even the Nets. One of the reasons, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of...
Via Total Sports Live
December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Cavs Rumors: Cavaliers Interested in Forward Andrei Kirilenko

Its no secret that the Cleveland Cavaliers have been in the market for another small forward. Recently, a flurry of reports have been released linking the Cavs front office to Brooklyn Nets small forward Andrei Kirilenko. Earlier in the season, the 13-year vet was in the midst of trade rumors that would’ve landed “AK47″ with the Philadelphia 76ers. It should be noted that...
Via Cavaliers Nation
November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Cavs interested in Andrei Kirilenko

The Brooklyn Nets could look to trade forward Andrei Kirilenko and the Cleveland Cavaliers are rumored to be one team interested in acquiring the veterans services. Kirilenko, who famously joined the Nets after taking less money than the market would have seemingly dictated, has completely fallen out of the Nets’ rotation and has missed the last several games due to what’s being...
Via Waiting For Next Year
November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Andrei Kirilenko: Jason Kidd couldn’t handle pressure of New York

Andrei Kirilenko played 19 minutes per game with the Brooklyn Nets last season, which was by far the lowest total of his career. It was hardly a secret that Kirilenko was not Jason Kidd’s favorite player, so AK47 must have been glad when Kidd forced his way to Milwaukee. A recent interview he gave with […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Andrei Kirilenko critical of Jason Kidd's tenure with Nets

PHOTO COURTESY: NED DISMAN/GETTY IMAGES VIA BLEACHER REPORT New York can be a tough place to live, especially if you are an athlete.  Some guys simply can’t hack the constant pressure that the Big Apple brings. Was that the case for Jason Kidd?  Andrei Kirilenko thinks so. In an interview with a Russian tabloid SovSport, Kirilenko took some shots at his former coach Kidd when...
Via New York Sports-Kings
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

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