After an exchange of slight shoves, Bulls Carlos Boozer and Pacers Chris Copeland were both strangely ejected from Saturday’s game with 21 seconds left in the 4th quarter. I mean, come on, really?
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Chris Copeland walked right into the belly of the beast, into the very lair of the enemy and made a discovery.
The Pacers really are nice guys.
That was anything but what he thought as a member of the Knicks who lost to the Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals last season.
“I didn’t know what to expect coming in,” said Copeland, a 6-foot-8 forward, who left the Knicks...
Indiana Pacers Chris Copeland has chimed in on his recent knee procedure and how it will impact his upcoming season.
He told Scott Agnes of the team’s website that he will be just fine when the season starts.
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Copeland will get two years for six million. Knicks can’t match.
— Marc Berman (@NYPost_Berman) July 6, 2013
BREAKING: Chris Copeland signing an offer sheet with the Pacers. #Knicks
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) July 6, 2013
You would think after this move, the Knicks will look to add a SF very soon. Francisco Garcia is an option, Garcia is a better defender than he...
Just last year, Chris Copeland rejected substantial proposals from clubs to fulfill his desire to play in the NBA. After a breakout season with the New York Knicks, Copeland knows he’ll once again have to pass up larger offers for his hope: a return to the Knicks.
European powerhouse FC Barcelona has elevated its pursuit of Copeland and wants to start negotiations on a lucrative...
By Max Marcilla
While it nothing is official, as of now, it is looking more and more likely that Chris Copeland will leave New York to join another NBA team.
The reason for this is simple – Copeland has the scoring abilities to be a starting forward and average around or above 15 points per game for a decent team. When he was on the Knicks, Copeland wasn’t used enough. Until...
Via Marc Berman – NY Post
Knicks free agent Chris Copeland could fly the coop for the Big Easy to become a Pelican, The Post has learned.
According to an NBA source, the newly named New Orleans Pelicans are planning to make a strong bid for the 6-foot-9 sniper as they are well under the salary cap and can make an offer that will blow Knicks owner James Dolan out of the water.
We last profiled the other older-than-usual, out-of-nowhere Knicks rookie, so it makes sense to transition directly to the other. Like Pablo Prigioni, Chris Copeland was an total unknown when the Knicks scooped him up. Most of us figured he wouldn’t make much of an impact, he’d spend most of the season as the 14th or 15th man, playing garbage time and look cool while doing it...
By Hannibal Knowles
Chris Copeland, the 6’8” 29 year old rookie captured the hearts of Knicks fans as soon as he suited up in the orange and blue. He arrived in the NBA after playing in the Euroleague for five years and having played a stint in the NBA D-League.
One thing I can definitely say about “Cope” is that he has been beneficial to this Knicks team. For this postseason...
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Though the Knicks have plenty of new additions heading into training camp next season, our friend Seth Rosenthal notes that the team, nevertheless, also has a few roster spots to fill as well.One player vying for one of those coveted spots is Chris Copeland. Shortly after joining the Knicks' Summer League team, the forward also penned a non-guaranteed deal that will get into...