The more casual NBA fan will remember Raja Bell as the guy who clotheslined Kobe Bryant and ended up getting suspended for a game during the 2006 playoffs. But he was also an above-average three-and-D player who was known for speaking his mind.Bell pulled no punches (pun intended) when speaking about the Blake Griffin situation for CBS Sports. Griffin, of course, was involved in...
NBA analyst Raja Bell played in the NBA from 2001 until 2013. He did two stints with the Jazz, which is where he eventually retired. Bell's career with Utah, however, didn't have the prettiest ending. When he was waived in 2013, headlines called Bell a "disgruntled" guard who was "finally" waived. The breakup wasn't clean. Clearly, Bell has held some resentment against the organization...
With the NBA regular season starting in about a month and a half, the Cleveland Cavaliers are making some changes in their front office. Former Cavalier guard Trajan Langdon will replace Raja Bell as the team’s Director of Player Administration, according to Northeast Ohio Media Group’s Chris Haynes. Following a 12-year NBA career, Bell joined Cleveland’s front office before...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are hiring Trajan Langdon as director of player administration. Langdon will replace Raja Bell, who has decided to spend more time with his family. Langdon was drafted 11th overall in 1999 by the Cavs out of Duke and went on to have a successful career playing for CSKA Moscow.
Raja Bell has decided to retire from the NBA. Bell worked out for the New York Knicks in the offseason, but was unable to find a roster spot. “Earlier this year I shut it down,” Bell said. "I’m 37, I have three boys, I do miss it, but physically it wasn’t realistic for me to keep training and keep putting my body through what I’ve been putting it through for the last 20 years.”
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