NBA Commissioner David Stern got his wish as the Maloof family agreed to sell the Sacramento Kings for a franchise valuation of $535 million, which will be a league record, to a local group led by software magnate Vivek Ranadive.
Needless to say, legends aren’t made in 10-point Thunder victories over the Kings. Travis Outlaw two-handed facials on the league’s tallest player are, though!
As I mentioned in the title of this morning’s Assorted Observations post, Friday night in the NBA featured 10 games decided by an average of 14.4 points. Surely, this left many a basketball fan feeling more than...
Making his Kings debut Tuesday night against the Warriors, forward Travis Outlaw checked in with just over four minutes left in the first quarter and promptly blocked a short jump shot by Warriors guard Ish Smith.
December 21, 2011
Former Nets forward Travis Outlaw was amnestied a few days ago, but he didn’t go unclaimed for long, as Yahoo!‘s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Outlaw has been scooped up by Sacramento: “The Sacramento Kings have been awarded former New Jersey Nets forward Travis Outlaw after placing the highest bid in the NBA’s amnesty waiver process, league sources told Yahoo! Sports...
The Sacramento Kings have claimed forward Travis Outlaw off waivers under the NBA's new amnesty provision, filling out the frontcourt with another veteran.
The Kings announced the move Saturday night before opening the preseason at the Golden State Warriors.
The 6-foot-9, 207-pound forward was waived by New Jersey on Wednesday. Outlaw averaged 9.2 points and four rebounds in...
Via AP on Fox
December 17, 2011
The Sacramento Kings claimed forward Travis Outlaw with an amnesty bid.
Outlaw was waived Thursday by the New Jersey Nets, who used their one-time amnesty provision to rid themselves of the remaining four years and $28 million of his contract.
The 27-year-old Outlaw averaged 9.2 points and four rebounds while playing all 82 games in his lone season with New Jersey.
He has averaged...
In an attempt to beef up a thin bench, the Knicks will pursue ex-Nets forward Travis Outlaw if he clears the amnesty waiver process and becomes a free agent tonight at 8, The Post has learned.An Outlaw signing would make up for the loss of forward Shawne Williams to...
Is it me or does it seem like everyday there are reports of the New York Knicks being interested in a new player? Guess that’s what happens when they have so many needs. Well today, the New York Post reports that they have interest in forward Travis Outlaw, formerly of the New Jersey Nets.
The Knicks, who are now pursuing a forward to play off the bench, have expressed interest...
The New Jersey Nets have parted ways with Travis Outlaw, using their amnesty provision to rid themselves of the veteran forward.The Nets will be on the hook for the remaining four years and $28 million on Outlaw's contract, but it won't count against the salary cap. A team under the cap can claim Outlaw; if no team does so, he'll become an unrestricted free agent.Outlaw...
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Training camp hasn't even started and the New Jersey Nets have an injury.
Nets general manager Billy King disclosed late Monday that forward Travis Outlaw has a broken right hand. King released no other information about the injury, adding he would have more to say after the player was examined by team doctors.
Outlaw signed a five-year, $35 million contract with the Nets in...
Via AP on Fox
December 05, 2011