Hamed Haddadi is mulling proposals to play in China or the NBA next season.
Haddadi had reportedly received interest from the New York Knicks.
Haddadi played for the Memphis Grizzlies and finished last season with the Phoenix Suns.
September 12, 2013
With the New York Knicks wanting to add some needed size to their frontcourt, free agent center Hamed Haddadi remains a potential signing, according to ESPN New York’s Jared Zwerling.
The Knicks worked out Haddadi on August 16, and are also interesting in free agents Earl Barron and high-energy forward and former Atlanta Hawk Ivan Johnson.
Haddadi, meanwhile, has averaged 2.2 points...
Sources: Hamed Haddadi had a workout w/ Pelicans. Earl Barron’s reps are hoping for #Knicks deal after Labor Day. NYK are Earl’s top choice.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) August 28, 2013
Earl Barron is the right move to make. He understands the system, knows the players, and NY is his first choice. The 15th man on the roster is not a championship...
Free-agent center Hamed Haddadi who worked out for the Knicks on Aug. 16 might not be done with the team yet. A source close to the player says it is "still possible" that Haddadi signs with New York.
The Knicks technically have only one roster spot remaining but C.J. Leslie and Jeremy Tyler both inked partially guaranteed contracts which means they are not locks to make...
The New York Knicks are focused on adding another big man before next season, according to several sources with knowledge of the team’s plans.
Hamed Haddadi worked out for the Knicks earlier this month, before participating in the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship.
The Knicks, according to a source, are intrigued by Haddadi’s size and interior presence.
Haddadi averaged 4.1 points...
Iranian center Hamed Haddadi is meeting with Knicks officials today, the Daily News has learned.
— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) August 16, 2013
It’s worth noting regarding Haddadi, who worked out for #Knicks today, that his agent recently facilitated the World Peace & Udrih signings.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) August 16, 2013
Could this be a “thank...
The New York Knicks have expressed interest in Hamed Haddadi.
Hadaddi played several seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies before being traded to the Toronto Raptors and then to the Phoenix Suns.
It’s not every day that Hamed Haddadi makes news. In fact, he’s only played in 5 games so far this season on a deep Memphis Grizzlies team.
That being said, he did make a nice highlight here, where he dunked on Denver’s Kenneth Faried. You can watch the video here:
Not every day that we get to talk about Hamed Haddadi, but I’m glad that we have the opportunity today. That...
The Memphis Grizzlies say they have signed Hamed Haddadi to a new undisclosed deal.
The 27-year-old center averaged 2 points, 2 rebounds and .74 blocks in 5.9 minutes in 35 games for Memphis last season. He also made four appearances for the Grizzlies in the 2012 playoff run.
Haddadi is the first Iranian to ever play in the NBA. A native of Ahvaz, Iran, Haddadi owns NBA career...
Via AP on Fox
July 28, 2012
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Memphis had a Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace confirmed Thursday withdrew its 2 million qualifying offer from backup center Hamed Haddadi, a 7-footer who hails from Iran. Haddadi, 26, is now an unrestricted free agent, and can sign with any NBA team without the Grizzlies having a right to match offers.
In three seasons with the Grizzlies, Haddadi appeared in 86 games during...