Idaho State guard Ethan Telfair, the younger brother of New York City high school legend Sebastian Telfair, is in his first season in Division I basketball after a two-year stint in junior college.The 6-foot point guard is making a name for himself in the Big Sky as one of the conference's leading scorers. On Saturday night, he dropped a career-high 30 points, connecting on a game...
The Oklahoma City Thunder will release Sebastian Telfair with their hardship exception expiring. The Thunder need to get down to the 15-player maximum roster size. Oklahoma City will instead keep Ish Smith.
Sebastian Telfair is hopeful that his time playing in China will rejuvenate his career now that he's back in the NBA with the Oklahoma City Thunder. “I’m definitely unsatisfied,” Telfair said of his career. “I’m a hooper, I’m a player, I like to play a lot. I just didn’t get as many opportunities as I would have liked.” Telfair turned down a two-year, $7 million deal...
Before finalizing his contract to return to the NBA, Sebastian Telfair rejected one of the most lucrative proposals in professional basketball overseas – a two-year, $7 million deal from a team in the Chinese Basketball Association, his agent Joel Bell told RealGM. Telfair starred in the Chinese league a season ago, averaging 26 points and six assists, and a club came to him with...
Sebastian Telfair has agreed to a minimum deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to Chris Haynes of CSN Northwest. Telfair has played for seven different teams thus far. He has averaged 7.4 points and 3.5 assists per game throughout his career. Many fans expected Telfair to be a much... The post Thunder Sign Sebastian Telfair appeared first on Hoops-Nation.
Brace yourselves, as free agent rumors have begun to come in the opening hour of free agency. According to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports, Miami Heat forward Rashard Lewis is expecting a call from the San Antonio Spurs and a few other playoff teams. Alex Kennedy of BasketballInsiders.com is reporting the Spurs are interested in Sebastian Telfair, […]
It’s been 10 years since Sebastian Telfair was the Portland Trail Blazers’ first-round pick in the 2004 NBA Draft. Ten years! Telfair entered…
Back in June 2006, the Celtics traded their lottery pick for Sebastian Telfair and traded a future first for another point guard named Rajon Rondo. I was very high on Rondo at the time and thought trading a lottery pick for Telfair was a waste. The Portland Trailblazers bought a first round pick for cash only and drafted Sergio Rodríguez, the player dubbed "Spanish Chocolate." Rondo...
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