Happy [checks calendar] TUESDAY, everybody! I’m pinch-hitting for Rock this morning, so please adjust accordingly in your scorebook. This is that strange time of the year where we have closing thoughts on the Tribe, opening thoughts on the Cavs, and still have hope for the Browns. With that in mind, let’s start with…. Michigan football.
Not only do the Wolverines look like...
Brendan Haywood participated in all activities as the Cleveland Cavaliers opened training camp on Saturday.
David Blatt called Haywood the surprise of the day one of camp.
Haywood missed the entire 2013-14 season due to a foot injury.
Cleveland Cavaliers center Brendan Haywood is recovering nicely from last year's foot surgery and will practice from the outset once training camp begins Saturday, league sources tell Northeast Ohio Media Group.
He will be limited when it comes to certain drills, but his activity will be increased throughout the course of preseason. One source says Haywood's full-contact...
If you're looking for silver linings, the only one you mint find in the Brendan Haywood injury is that the season is almost over. The Charlotte Bobcats will be without Haywood for the rest of the season thanks to a foot injury. Fortunately, the season is just about over for Charlotte.According to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, Haywood's suffered a stress fracture...
DALLAS-- Brendan Haywood's stat line from the Bobcats' 90-89 win on Friday night at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte to open the 2012-13 regular season wasn't exactly eye-popping: four points, nine boards and no blocked shots in just over 31 minutes of action.
But Bobcats first-year head coach Mike Dunlap wasn't too concerned about his starting center's...
Brendan Haywood is returning home with a purpose.
Haywood, who grew up in Greensboro, made it clear he's coming back to the Carolinas with the goal of helping the Charlotte Bobcats turn things around after they finished with the worst record (7-59) in the NBA last season.
Claimed off waivers last week from the Dallas Mavericks, the 7-foot Haywood was introduced Thursday at...
Via AP on Fox
July 26, 2012
After having followed many of the other former North Carolina basketball players it’s time to look at yet another, seven foot center Brendan Haywood, who first was waived by the Dallas Mavericks courtesy of the amnesty clause and then got picked up by the Charlotte Bobcats. The eleven year veteran’s $8.3 million salary this season and $27.2 million altogether will be wiped off...
Yesterday the Bobcats submitted the winning $2M bid for Brendan Haywood, whom you may have heard has North Carolina roots. For days the Charlotte Observer has been extensively detailing his North Carolina-related history with articles that sound like Hans Gruber reciting Mr. Takagi’s biography in Die Hard: “Born, New York City, 1979; Family moved to [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats have been awarded center Brendan Haywood off waivers from Dallas.
Haywood, who grew up in Greensboro and played collegiately at North Carolina - the same alma mater as owner Michael Jordan - was cut loose by the Mavericks using the amnesty clause.
An 11-year NBA veteran, the 7-foot Haywood helps fills a void at center.
Haywood has played in 733 career games...
Via AP on Fox
July 14, 2012
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Brendan Haywood has been waived by the Dallas Mavericks, who designated the 7-foot center as their amnesty player.
With the move Thursday, the Mavericks took advantage of the one-time provision in the new CBA allowing them to let Haywood go without his remaining contract counting against their salary cap or luxury tax. Haywood is set to make $8.3 million next season and is due ...
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July 12, 2012