With the Travis Outlaw / Bo Outlaw debacle behind them, the 76ers roster is now set for opening night. As we review this group of “developing assets”, cast offs and D-League level players as well as the Sixers coaching staff, we have discovered a glaring omission. Once again his roster and staff does not contain a veteran point guard or former NBA point guard turned coach...
Best day ever. The 76ers on their website right now have Bo Outlaw, not Travis Outlaw, on their roster. This is real: pic.twitter.com/MPEDonPR3T — Sam Vecenie (@Sam_Vecenie) October 27, 2014 Today, the Philadelphia 76ers traded for a second round pick from the New York Knicks in their eternal bid to monopolize every draft pick for Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
The New York Knicks will trade veteran forward Travis Outlaw to the Philadelphia 76ers to create the roster room needed to keep undrafted rookie forward Travis Wear, reports ESPN’s Marc Stein. The Knicks also sent a 2019 second-round pick to the Sixers and agreed to swap rights on another future second-rounder. Wear, undrafted out of UCLA, had a strong training...
The Philadelphia 76ers, in their quest to suck harder than any team has sucked before, just pulled their latest (and probably not last) tank move, acquiring Travis Outlaw from the Knicks, along with a future second round pick and the right to swap a future second round picks with the Knicks (note: by our count,
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I have no idea what the 76ers are doing, whatsoever. In the latest display of tanking at its worst, the New York Knick have agreed to trade Travis Outlaw to the 76ers.
ESPN sources say Knicks have agreed to terms to trade Travis Outlaw to Philly
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) October 27, 2014
Philadelphia will get a future second-rounder from the Knicks as well as rights to...
The New York Knicks have agreed to trade Travis Outlaw to the Philadelphia 76ers for Arnett Moultrie.
The 76ers will also acquire a future second rounder, as well as rights to swap another future second round pick.
Outlaw is likely to be released by the 76ers.
The Knicks have already waived Moultrie to make room for Travis Wear on their roster.
The New York Knicks are strongly considering parting ways with Travis Outlaw, according to sources.
Outlaw is owed $3 million this season. If the Knicks released him, they would still owe him his full salary.
Travis Wear could be kept if the Knicks part with Outlaw to create an open roster spot.
Wear, whom the Knicks signed to a non-guaranteed deal, impressed the team in training...
Cheers, Knicks fans! Travis is back with the New York Knicks.
However, Patrick Ewing was not part of this transaction and his full name is not Travis Knight, who was famously acquired by the Knicks in the deal that sent Patrick Ewing to the Seattle Supersonics in 2000. The player the Knicks did acquire on Wednesday is Travis Outlaw, who played last season with the Sacramento Kings...