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JAMEER NELSON RUMORS

Starting PG role is Jameer Nelson's job to lose

Go ahead and pencil in Jameer Nelson as the Dallas Mavericks’ starting point guard. Not that there was much mystery, but coach Rick Carlisle acknowledged after the team’s intrasquad scrimmage Saturday that Nelson would get the first crack at the starting role. Nelson joined the rest of the starters on the White team, which lost 40-37 to a Blue bunch that featured fellow veteran...
Via Pro Sports Daily
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Mavericks Rumors: Dallas to sign Jameer Nelson

The Dallas Mavericks are set to sign 10-year veteran Jameer Nelson according to a report from Marc Stein of ESPN: Barring an unforseen snag, Mavs on course to land Jameer Nelson to fortify their backcourt on a deal via Dallas' $2.7 million room exception— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 23, 2014 Nelson is another solid pickup by the Dallas front office who has had a busy off...
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July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Mavericks Rumors: Dallas set to met with Jameer Nelson

The Dallas Mavericks are in pursuit of free agent guard Jameer Nelson and are set to meet with the veteran according to a report from Marc Stein of ESPN:ESPN sources say Mavs will be hosting free-agent point guard Jameer Nelson in Dallas for a face-to-face visit Thursday— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 23, 2014 Nelson was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 2004 but was immediately...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Top five landing spots for Jameer Nelson

Jameer Nelson was recently released by the Orlando Magic. Orlando was the only place Nelson ever called home in the NBA. The former Saint Joseph’s standout, and college AP player of the year (2003) was taken 20th overall, by the Denver Nuggets, in the 2004 NBA Draft. The Magic traded for Nelson before he ever had a chance to suit up for Denver, and the rest is history. Full Story...
Via Pass The Pill
July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Orlando Magic put up billboards thanking Jameer Nelson

The Orlando Magic, in recognition of the 10 years Jameer Nelson spent with them, have placed two billboards in Orlando to thank him. The billboards are located at the State Rt. 408 and Kirkman Avenue exchange and on Interstate 4 just south of downtown between the Michigan Avenue and Orange Blossom Trail exits. The Magic have also dedicated the home page of OrlandoMagic.com to the...
Via Fox Sports Florida
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Magic part ways with veteran point guard Jameer Nelson after 10 seasons

The last remaining tie to the Orlando Magic team that reached the NBA Finals five years ago was cut Monday when it was announced that guard Jameer Nelson, who ranks first on their all-time list in assists and second in games played, had been waived. The move was far from unexpected, especially after the Magic traded Arron Afflalo -- their leading scorer each of the past two years...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Orlando Magic could trade Jameer Nelson, Andrew Nicholson

On Sunday a report surfaced indicating the Orlando Magic and Chicago Bulls could work out a deal that would send Magic guard Arron Afflalo to the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls would get the scorer they need while the Magic could clear the way for the likes of Victor Oladipo and Maurice Harkless while acquiring assets from the Bulls. One interesting asset the Magic have that could be...
Via Magic Basketball Online
June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

After 10 years with Magic, Jameer Nelson facing uncertain future

Jameer Nelson can now be mentioned in the same sentence as Willis Reed and Bill Bradley, and he could be a year away from being the modern equivalent of Julius Erving and Bob Pettit. Only 64 players in NBA history have spent their entire careers with one team for 10 or more years. The Orlando Magic's all-time leader in assists joined that elite club last season while averaging...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Jameer Nelson celebrates game-tying basket with 'Big Balls Dance'

Orlando Magic point guard Jameer Nelson is going to be fined once the NBA reviews the obscene gesture that he used to celebrate his game-tying basket against Chicago which sent Tuesday night's game into overtime.The celebration Nelson used was the "big marbles" dance made famous in the movie Major League II. WARNING: May be inappropriate for younger viewers. In terms...
Via Holdout Sports
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Veteran Nelson hoping to stick around with Magic

ORLANDO, Fla. In a sense, the career of Jameer Nelson has come full circle. When he came to the Orlando Magic in 2004, they were coming off a season in which they finished with the worst record in the NBA. Nine years and a franchise-record 3,025 assists later, he again finds himself part of a team with the dubious distinction of holding the best odds of winning the leagues annual...
Via Fox Sports Florida
April 30, 2013  |  Discuss
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