Clippers Waive DaJuan Summers

The Los Angeles Clippers have waived DaJuan Summers. Summers appeared in two games for the Clippers last season, averaging 1.0 points and 1.0 rebounds in 3.5 minutes of action. Summers will play for the Clippers in the upcoming 2013 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
Via RealGM
July 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Clippers Sign DaJuan Summers To Second 10-Day Contract

The Clippers announced Monday that they’ve signed forward, DaJuan Summers, to a second 10-day contract. Summers has averaged 1 point ad 1 rebound (3.5 minutes) in 2 games with the team since signing his first 10-day contract. According to Los Angeles Clippers: The Los Angeles Clippers announced today that they have signed forward DaJuan Summers to a second 10-day contract. The...
Via Beyond The Buzzer
March 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Clippers sign Dajuan Summers

The Los Angeles Clippers have signed Dajuan Summers.  He is essentially the injury replacement for their second round pick Trey Thompkins who never really panned out because of poor performance and injuries. According to Kurt Helin of NBC Sports' ProBasketball Talk, the Clippers hope Summers can be a decent replacement for what they lost in Thomkins' potential. Summers...
Via NBA Injury News
March 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Hornets Request Waivers on Johnson and Summers

The Hornets announced that they have requested waivers on guard Carldell Johnson and forward-guard DaJuan Summers.
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February 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Minnesota Timberwolves 87, New Orleans Hornets 80

The Hornets wasted a good defensive effort (they held the T-Wolves to 34.3% shooting from the floor) by playing poor offensively as they only hit 37.8% of their own shots from the floor.  Marco Belinelli (20 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist and 2 steals) and Emeka Okafor  (16 points, 14 rebounds and 1 steal) led the way for the Hornets in this game.  DaJuan Summers got a rare start...
Via Hornets Locker
January 14, 2012  |  Discuss

DaJuan Summers experiences quirks of playing in Europe

DaJuan Summers apparently did not enjoy his stint with an Italian League team this fall. Summers, a forward who spent the past two seasons with the Pistons, played four games for European powerhouse Montepaschi Siena before he was waived. He recently spoke with Yahoo! Sports about his experience.
Via Lions Blog
November 14, 2011  |  Discuss

DaJuan Summers Didn’t Enjoy Playing in Europe During the NBA Lockout

Summers left his Italian team after just four games, despite having signed a two-year deal, and like many who’ve gone overseas after playing in the NBA, the experience was a shocking one. From Yahoo! Sports: “San Antonio Spurs forward DeJuan Blair played just four games in Russia before mutually parting ways with the team. Orlando Magic forward Earl Clark signed a contract to...
Via SLAM Online
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss

DaJuan Summers ends time playing basketball in Italy early

Detroit Pistons forward DaJuan Summers is the latest NBA player coming home early from an overseas job. He left his Italian team after only four games. Any other American NBA player considering making a similar job to Europe or Asia during the ongoing lockout might want to talk to Summers first. “I would tell them to be [...]
Via Inside Hoops
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss

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