Looks like Shannon Brown’s Miami Heat tenure didn’t last too long. Less than three months after being signed by the Heat, Brown was waived to make room for center Hassan Whiteside. The 6’4″ shooting guard appeared in five games for the Heat this season, and averaged four points in 17.8 minutes per action. He had started the Heat’s previous game versus the Charlotte Hornets...
Shannon Brown was released by the New York Knicks on Wednesday. Brown signed with the Knicks late last season and played with the team in Summer League.
Shannon Brown has signed with the New York Knicks for the remainder of the season. Brown has averaged 1.8 points in nine games with the Knicks. The Knicks also decided not to sign Earl Clark after the expiration of his second 10-day contract.
According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, the Knicks will be signing guard Shannon Brown to a 10-day contract. The San Antonio Spurs signed Brown to a 10-day contract but with Brown signing with the Knicks, could this be a sign the team will be adding another player? Currently, the Spurs are in the hunt for former Pacer Danny Granger. Granger is free to sign with another team...
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports is reporting the San Antonio Spurs are going to wait and explore the growing free agent pool of buy-out players before deciding to sign Shannon Brown to a full season contract. Spurs monitoring buyout market before choice on re-signing Shannon Brown, sources tell Y! Brown wants to stay but interest exists elsewhere. — Adrian Wojnarowski...
Looking at the San Antonio Spurs bench, one thing becomes clear; the Spurs have placed a high value on having players that shoot from the perimeter over players who rely strictly on their athletic ability. During the past couple of playoffs, this lack of athleticism has came back to haunt them. The Oklahoma City Thunder's athletic ability proved to be too much for the Spurs to...
Shannon Brown continues to discuss a deal with NBA teams, but has become increasingly engaged with offers from China. Brown was traded to the Washington Wizards in October by the Phoenix Suns and subsequently waived. Brown was starting the second season of a two-year, $7 million deal.
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