By Chayim Tauber
The summer doldrums: the post-draft-basketball-withdrawal is in full swing. At no other time could the specter of Jerome Jordan earning a roster spot or the possibility of signing Aaron Brooks be noteworthy.
There’s obviously plenty of roster left to fill out, negotiations with Elton Brand and Kenyon Martin are still ongoing. In the interim though, let’s analyze...
Jerome Jordan, the 7’ foot – 250 pound Jamaican born center has not been given the chance to catch on in the NBA. You cannot teach size, so at some point someone will add him to their roster and give him a real look. After accepting an invitation to play on the Knicks summer league team, the former Knick might get his opportunity this season. New York is lacking in a back-up...
Jerome Jordan will play on New York's summer league team, but he wants a permanent role on the Knicks next season.
"I'm ready to play," Jordan said. "It was a tough year with the team [in 2011-12]. There was a lot of pressure. I'm just trying to be physically and mentally ready to play on both ends of the floor.
"Defensively, block shots and rebound...
We posted a couple of Summer League updates so far this offseason. We posted a few names that surfaced as participants on the Celtics entry and we also posted the schedule and the teams that would be joining the Celtics in Orlando.
The Celtics signed 3 players from China at the end of last season and the team has an option for all 3 for this season and we may see Shavlik Randolph...
Glen Grunwald announced that the Knicks have signed center Jerome Jordan to a contract.
December 15, 2011
Jerome Jordan was at the Knicks' practice facility on Monday.
December 12, 2011
Another 7-footer is on the way.
Jerome Jordan, a 2010 second-round pick, was involved in contract negotiations yesterday to bring him to the Knicks, according to his agent, Todd Ramasar. Last night, Jordan hopped on a plane from Europe bound for New York.
Jordan spent the lockout playing in Slovenia...
The Knicks are close to signing 2010 second-round pick Jerome Jordan.
December 10, 2011
Add another 7-footer to the team.
The Post has learned 7-foot center Jerome Jordan, a 2010 second-round draft pick, will be the next addition to the Knicks' roster as he was involved in heavy contract negotiations late last night to bring him to New York, according to his agent Todd...
The agent for rookie center Jerome Jordan said he would request a trade if the Knicks decide not to sign him or bring him to training camp, which begins Dec. 9.
With the lockout soon to be officially over, perhaps in a week, Knicks brass will game plan today regarding...