Los Angeles Lakers guard Ronnie Price picked up one of the strangest technical fouls you will ever see during his team’s preseason game against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday. It all started when his shoe popped off. Price was dribbling the ball toward the corner when Andre Iguodala accidentally stepped on his right foot....Read More
If you can't beat 'em, throw your shoe at 'em.
That seems to be the thinking of Lakers guard Ronnie Price after he lost his shoe in a preseason game against the Warriors on Saturday.
Price was driving toward the basket when Golden State's Andre Iguodala steps on his shoe, causing it to come off and causing Price to lose control of the ball. Iguodala promptly scooped...
The Lakers have a lot of questions heading into the 2014-2015 season, among the plethora is the one of defense. But no worries, Ronnie Price has a genius approach–shoe chucking.
This was the scene that played out in the Lakers v Warriors preseason game. Watch Price stop Andre Iguodala in his tracks.
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Former Magic guard Ronnie Price threw his shoe at Andre Iguodala during Sunday’s preseason game between the Lakers and Warriors.
The Lakers’ Ronnie Price presented maybe the best Vine of the NBA season when he tossed his shoe at Andre Iguodala. [Vine]
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The Los Angeles Lakers have been an active franchise in the past couple of days, signing shooting guard Wayne Ellington, and veteran point guard Ronnie Price.
Both players simply add some depth to both guard positions. Steve Nash has reportedly looked good in scrimmages, but he is 40. They have Jordan Clarkson, a second round pick from the latest NBA...
The Los Angeles Lakers recently worked out Pooh Jeter, Ronnie Price, Wayne Ellington, Jeremy Tyler and James Nunnally.
Jeter is currently signed to a deal overseas, while Price, Elliington, Tyler and Nunnally are NBA free agents.
September 13, 2014
The Orlando Magic organization has officially announced that veteran guard Ronnie Price has been waived. Because Price was waived prior to July 10th, his $1,316,809 for the ’14-’15 season is non-guaranteed and so the franchise owes him no monetary compensation. The 31-year-old signed with the team last year, his 5th NBA stop, and was valued as a solid locker room and practice...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Ronnie Price hadn't played in so few games for so few minutes since his rookie season with the Sacramento Kings nine years ago.
In spite of that, he wouldn't trade his first season with the Orlando Magic for anything.
"This year has been kind of refreshing for me in a lot of ways," the 30-year-old guard said. "And I can't really explain...
The Orlando Magic signed guard Ronnie Price, the team announced Thursday.
Price appeared in 39 games with the Portland Trail Blazers last season, averaging 2.7 points per game and 13.1 minutes per game.
"We're excited to welcome Ronnie and his family to the Magic organization," Magic GM Rob Hennigan said. "We believe Ronnie's toughness and competitive spirit...