Posted: June 24, 2004
The Phoenix Suns announced today that they have traded the draft rights to Duke's Luol Deng, the seventh pick overall in the 2004 NBA Draft, to the Chicago Bulls. In return, Phoenix will receive a future conditional first-round pick, the draft rights to the 31st pick Jackson Vroman (Vro-men) and an undisclosed amount of cash.
The future pick from...
The Arizona Republic
June 26, 2004
Some kids take the morning bus to get to school. Jackson Vroman took one to get away from school.
If not for a chronic case of high school hooky, the Suns' newest player may never have made an improbable journey from European soccer to the 31st pick in Thursday's NBA draft.
Vroman is 6 feet 10 and the son of a former European...
Jackson chatted live on Oct. 8.
The Phoenix Suns didn't pick up any big first-round picks in June's 2004 NBA Draft, but they did add some big-time potential in the form of forward/center Jackson Vroman.
As part of a pre-draft deal with the Chicago Bulls, the Suns traded away their first-round pick for the rights to the Iowa Stat product (selected 31st...
Posted: Dec. 18, 2004
The Phoenix Suns activated forward/center Jackson Vroman today and in doing so, waived guard Yuta Tabuse (pronounced you-TA ta-BOO-say). The Suns roster now stands at 13 players.
Tabuse averaged 1.8 points, 1.0 rebounds and 0.8 assists in 4.3 minutes in four games this season. The 5-9, 165-pound guard made NBA history on November 3 in the season opener vs...