Ronnie Price is done for the season, but he said he's "absolutely" interested in re-signing with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Price underwent surgery to remove bone spurs in his right elbow.
Price averaged 5.1 points on 34.5 percent shooting and 3.8 assists.
“I don’t consider my season to be great at all,” said Price, who believes his elbow injury limited his follow-through in recent...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Ronnie Price had surgery to remove bone spurs and bone chips from his right elbow.
The team said Wednesday that Price is expected to be out six to eight weeks, a timetable that could put him close to missing the rest of the season. The Lakers, who won't make the playoffs, end their season on April 15.
Price was averaging 5.1 points, 1.6 rebounds and 3...
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February 26, 2015
Ronnie Price is set to have surgery on his right elbow, according to Baxter Holmes from ESPN Los Angeles.
Price will go under the knife on Wednesday morning.
Price has been dealing with issues in his right elbow for most of the calendar year and even underwent an MRI examination in January, though the results came back negative.
Lakers say Ronnie Price will have surgery tomorrow...
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
In the latest makeover of the Orlando Magic involving the guard position, the team announced Wednesday afternoon it has waived Ronnie Price.
Price, who turned 31 last month, and forward Jason Maxiell were the two veterans signed by the Magic last summer largely for the purpose of providing guidance to one of the NBA's least experienced rosters. Price played in only 31 games with...
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 where it came from or why...