Corey Maggette can now begin his climb to the top of the NBA’s executive mountain.
After saying on Monday that he would retire if he didn’t make the Spurs, Maggette was waived by San Antonio on Tuesday according SB Nation.
Maggette played in just 18 games last season for the Detroit Pistons, averaging 5.3 points on 35 percent shooting. Maggette has missed significant time...
Corey Maggette said on Sunday that he will retire as a basketball player if he does not make the San Antonio Spurs' roster.
Maggette added he knew making the Spurs' roster would be an uphill battle on a non-guranteed contract, but a chance he wanted to take given he had no other offers.
"If I could get an opportunity here, it would be great," Maggette said. "...
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Players who have already earned their money are satisfied with their careers. That doesn’t go for all of them, but it does apply to a few players in this range of rankings. Keep in mind, it is tougher for players to stay conditioned as they reach their 30s and beyond.
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Pistons’ Corey Maggette hasn’t played since December 15th despite being being able and ready to play all season, and he’s handling it like a pro. The thirteen-year-veteran, who averaged 15 points and 4 rebounds (28 minutes) with Charlotte last season, says he “had no idea” that the franchise not viewing him as apart of the future is the reason he’s been benched for 45...
This season has been a "body-saving" one for Corey Maggette.
The veteran guard has bounced around the league for more than a decade now, haunted perhaps by his penchant for taking a lot of shots to score his points and various injuries. This summer he, and his expiring contract, were traded from Charlotte to Detroit in the Ben Gordon deal.
It seemed when that deal...
Corey Maggette is preparing to play for his sixth NBA team after an offseason trade. He was limited to only 32 games in 2011-12 because of injuries, and it wasn't long ago he was wondering if he would even keep playing after this coming season.
That was before he had a chance to settle in with the Detroit Pistons and work with conditioning coach Arnie Kander. Now, with a new...
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October 02, 2012
Oh Corey, sweet, sorry, injured Corey. We barely got to know you as a Bobcat, and now, you are gone. Stephen Jackson and Shaun Livingston to swap picks and bring in Maggette, last year on draft day, worked. It was worth it to get Bismack Biyombo, or was it Kemba? This time around, Corey Maggette [...]
Forward Corey Maggette says that while the Bobcats have plenty of questions to answer moving forward, owner Michael Jordan's commitment to winning is not among them.
Jordan has endured plenty of criticism after Charlotte finished the season with the worst record in NBA history (7-59).
Despite that, Maggette says players enjoy playing for Jordan and doesn't believe free...
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April 27, 2012
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Immediately following the draft-night trade for Corey Maggette, Bobcats coach Paul Silas called Maggette to deliver two messages: Maggette would be this team's starting small forward and go-to scorer. And Silas needed Maggette to immediately become this team's leader and a mentor to young teammates.
Entering his 13th NBA season and joining his fifth NBA franchise, Maggette...