The Houston Rockets need two things: frontcourt depth and veteran leadership. This week they killed two birds with one stone, officially bringing old pal Chuck Hayes back into the mix on a one-year deal, per ESPN."The Houston Rockets bolstered their bench by agreeing to terms on a one-year, partially guaranteed veterans minimum contract with power forward Chuck Hayes on Wednesday...
The Houston Rockets have agreed to a one-year deal at the veteran's minimum with Chucky Hayes. Hayes played for the Rockets between 2006 and 2011. Hayes was most recently with the Toronto Raptors.
The Rockets are reportedly very close to a deal signing Chuck Hayes back to their roster, according to this report. Hayes, who last played professionally with the Toronto Raptors, had previously played for the Rockets and averaged 4.4 points per game, and 5.6 rebounds per game. The Rockets have a young front court, and are […]
Chuck Hayes first established himself as an NBA player with the Houston Rockets, where he plugged away as the league's smallest center for six productive seasons. (Hayes is only 6'6".)Since, he's spent time with the Sacramento Kings and Toronto Raptors. But it appears a reunion in Houston may be in the works. The Rockets are already a bit crowded in the frontcourt, but there's always...
Chuck Hayes has the respect of the Toronto Raptors coaching staff and his teammates because he is always prepared. He does his homework before every game and he’s been in the league long enough to know the tendencies of other big men. "You do your homework early," Hayes said. "You prepare yourself and you just stay ready,"
The Toronto Raptors went into this off season looking for a big wing and a rim protector and now that the draft is over, trades have been made and free agency is substantially used up, why is the 31-year-old 6’ 5.5” (without shoes) Chuck Hayes the veteran backup center?
Top stories on Pro Bball Report last week: Nando De Colo and his girlfriend, Chuck Hayes’ big impact in short minutes, Quincy Acy growing in Sacramento, Ed Davis sitting in Memphis, Raptors salary cap space in July, pregame and post game stories and a lot more.
Raptors Coach Casey calls on the veteran center Chuck Hayes to make an impact defending the paint in short minutes. “My job is to defend,” Hayes said. “If they have a low post player that is getting a lot of easy buckets and getting our guys in foul trouble, my job is to come in there and kind of slow him down and give him a different look.”
Video: Toronto’s Chuck Hayes Hit A Beautiful 3/4-Court Shot Against The Bobcats, But It Didn’t Count
It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which means that sports fans are getting treated to a little bit of daytime NBA basketball. One of the early matchups taking place is in Charlotte between the Raptors and Bobcats, and the fans who made it out are liking what they see: the Bobcats currently lead by nearly 20 points late in the second quarter. Fans also got to witness something...
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