@ 10.16NBA0 German NT coach Mutapcic: Pleiss' agent told us the player is close to sign in the NBA
Germany National Team head coach Emir Mutapcic hopes to have Tibor Pleiss available for Eurobasket QR. Mutapcic said that Pleiss’ agent told the Federation that the big man is close to signing in the NBA. “We hope to have him. His agent told us that Pleiss is close to signing in the NBA” said Mutapcic.
Bundestrainer Mutapcic über Tibor Pleiß: "Wir haben ihn nicht aufgegeben. Sein Agent sagt aber, dass er kurz vor einem NBA-Engagament steht"
— Dino Reisner (@DinoReisner) 27 Luglio 2014
@ 02.55NBA0 Boris Diaw signed his contract...on a sailboat
We can safely say, with no reservations, that this is the most Boris Diaw way to sign a contract ever. Just look at this guy. He's chilling on a boat in a picturesque location, soaking up some rays and inking his new deal with the Spurs. It's marvelous, but it also raises a few questions. Source: SB Nation
@ 19.45NBA0 Spurs-Cavs should be the opening game for 14-15 NBA season
Gary Washburn: Rumor has it that the NBA’s season-opening game on TNT will be San Antonio at Cleveland, the first home game for LeBron James in his return to Cleveland and the first game for the defending NBA champion Spurs. The NBA schedule is expected to be released next month Source: Gary Washburn
@ 19.26NBA0 Several teams eye free-agent Michael Beasley
Alex Kennedy: Several teams have expressed interest in free agent Michael Beasley. Teams like the efficiency and maturity he showed last season in Miami.
Michael Beasley is currently training in LA with Kevin Durant. Lakers could make sense for Beasley. He'd be a good fit to fill out roster. Source: Alex Kennedy
@ 14.14NBA0 Mirotic wants 'help the team win a lot of games with shooting' Nikola Mirotic speaks with slamonline.com:
Q: What’s the best part of your game? A: I tell you before that I like to create for the team. I like to put the ball on the floor. I like to run the court. I like to play pick and pop to the three-point line. This is the strongest thing in my game. Sure, I know that Chicago is a great defensive team so I need to help them in the defense. I need to improve so I think that I can help them a lot. Q: Are you prepared to come off the bench? A: I don’t know. It depends. It depends how coach wants to use me. I’m ready to accept my role on the team. In Madrid I’m always starter. For sure this is different. This is NBA. I don’t care if I start or don’t start. I have to do my job and I play, so that’s it. Q: What’s your goal for your rookie season? A: To be best player every day. To improve myself. To help the team win a lot of games with shooting—that’s it. I think that everybody needs to think how we can help the team to play better, so I’m just thinking this and I’m ready for this new challenge.According to shamsports Mirotic has signed a three-year contract with the Bulls for about 16.6 millions.
Last season in 31 Euroleague games he averaged 12.4 points (53% 2p, 46% 3p, 81% FT), 4.6 boards and 1,2 assists, playing just 24 minutes per game. Source: slamonline
@ 11.49NBA0 Lakers agreed to terms with Byron Scott for head-coaching job
As reported by Ramona Shelbourne Los Angeles Lakers have finalized four years $17 million deal with former Cleveland Cavaliers head-coach Byron Scott. The fourth year will be a team option.
Lakers have agreed to terms with Byron Scott to be their next head coach
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) 27 Luglio 2014
Lakers deal with Byron Scott will be for four years, according to sources
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) 27 Luglio 2014
Lakers deal with Byron Scott will be four years, $17 million
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) 27 Luglio 2014
The Lakers will hold a team option on the fourth-year of the deal with Byron Scott
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) 27 Luglio 2014
@ 00.33NBA0 Dwyane Wade has a new favorite player to play against: LeBron James
LeBron James left Miami to return to the Cavaliers. And now his former teammate Dwyane Wade can’t wait to play against James. Per Bleacher Report, Speaking to reporters at Chicago's Dwyane Wade and Brandon Marshall Sports Academy, per Brandon Di Perno and Surya Fernandez of SB Nation, via Stephen Ronkowski of Windy City Gridiron, Wade was asked who his favorite opponent is to play against: "Well, it used to be Kobe Bryant...the second best all time...now, I have a new favorite player to play against...my former teammate, LeBron James." Source: Bleacher Report
@ 23.04NBA0 Eric Bledsoe: 'Suns are using rules against me'
Jude LaCava: Eric Bledsoe made first public comment to Fox TV Birmingham-"Suns are using rules against me".
Bledsoe is a restricted free-agent and asked for a max contract but the Suns' offer is way lower, 48 mln in 4 years. They're using their possibility to match any offer to limit Bledsoe's market. Source: Jude LaCava
@ 19.28NBA0 NBA to turn All-Star Break into All-Star Week next season
The NBA will turn the All-Star Break into an All-Star Week this coming season, according to Sun Sentinel. The move, which would give players seven days off between games in mid-February, would result in an increase of one or two back-to-back sets per team for the coming season, a party familiar with the process said. Teams currently are given a five-day layoff during the All-Star break, with one of those days a mandated return to practice. Still being finalized is when players would be required to report back to their teams during the break. The league in recent years has worked to reduce the number of games scheduled on consecutive nights, but a weeklong All-Star break would push the number of back-to-back sets closer to what they had been in previous years. Source: Sun Sentinel
@ 23.33NBA0 Magic sign Luke Ridnour
Hennigan and the Magic added yet another veteran piece to the puzzle on Friday when they finalized the signing of point guard Luke Ridnour. The 11-year NBA vet gives the Magic some valuable experience at the point guard position to mentor talented youngsters Victor Oladipo and rookie Elfrid Payton. Ridnour, 33, proved last season that he can still bring plenty to a team as a playmaker when he averaged 5 points, 2.9 assists and 1.6 rebounds while splitting time with Milwaukee and Charlotte. Last season, he scored double digits in 10 games, had at least four assists in 17 games and drilled multiple 3-pointers 10 times. "They have a lot of pieces here, a lot of exciting young talent," Ridnour said. "Whatever role they want for me, I am here to help." Source: Orlando Magic
@ 22.12NBA0 Hawks to sign Shelvin Mack to a three-year deal
Restricted free-agent guard Shelvin Mack has reached agreement on a three-year, $7.3 million deal to return to the Atlanta Hawks, a league source told Yahoo Sports. Mack is coming off his best season as a pro for the Hawks, starting 11 of 72 games and averaging a career-best 7.5 points and 3.7 assists per game. The deal includes a team option in the third year, a source said. Source: Adrian Wojnarowski
@ 21.45NBA0 Hornets officially sign rookie Noah Vonleh
The Hornets have signed Noah Vonleh, the No. 9 overall pick in last month’s draft, the team announced via press release. He’ll likely receive a salary of more than $2.5MM this year, as our table of salaries for 2014 first-round draft picks shows. Source: Hoopsrumors
@ 21.24NBA0 Hornets officially re-sign Jannero Pargo
Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has re-signed guard Jannero Pargo. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “We’re pleased that Jannero will be back with us again this season,” Cho said. “He is a great veteran presence in our locker room who is always ready when called upon.” Source: Charlotte Hornets
@ 20.44NBA0 Patrick Beilein to join Quin Snyder's coaching staff in Utah
Patrick Beilein is leaving West Virginia Wesleyan to take a job on coach Quin Snyder's staff with the Utah Jazz, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Beilein, the son of Michigan coach John Beilein, will work under Snyder in a player development and video coordinator role. Snyder plans to utilize Beilein's strengths as a shooting instructor with a young, developing roster. Source: Adrian Wojnarowski
@ 18.33NBA0 Raptors, Cavs eye Will Cherry
Marc J.Spears: After strong summer league, free agent Will Cherry, ex-D-League Canton guard, is getting serious interest from Cavs & Raptors, a source said. Source: Marc J.Spears
@ 15.55NBA0 Parsons replies to Harden on Twitter: Think before you speak
Chandler Parsons replied to James Harden on Twitter. "Dwight (Howard) and I are the cornerstones of the Rockets,” said Harden. “The rest of the guys are role players or pieces that complete our team. We’ve lost some pieces and added some pieces. I think we’ll be fine next season.” Parsons used Twitter to reply.
Think before you speak.
— Chandler Parsons (@ChandlerParsons) 24 Luglio 2014
@ 11.58NBA0 Francisco Garcia may return to the Rockets
According to Jonathan Feigen, Francisco Garcia is considering a return to the Houston Rockets. The player is also evaluating some other offers but he wants to play for a contender.
So, Jazz seem out of the run for the veteran. Source: Jonathan Feigen
@ 11.44NBA0 Chris Paul considering boycott next season, if Sterling stays
Chris Paul may boycott next season if Donald Sterling remains as owner of the Clippers. Per ESPN, Paul also said he has spoken to coach Doc Rivers about the possibility of sitting out if Sterling remains in control when the seasons starts in a little more than two months.
"That's something me and Doc are both talking about," Paul said Thursday after coaching his AAU program, CP3. "Something has to happen, and something needs to happen soon -- sooner rather than later."
Interim Clippers CEO Dick Parsons testified earlier in the week in state court that Rivers told him on multiple occasions that he doesn't think he wants to continue coaching the team if Sterling remains in control of the franchise. "We're all going to talk about it," Paul said. "We're all definitely going to talk about it. Doc, Blake [Griffin], DJ [DeAndre Jordan]. It's unacceptable." Source: Jeff Goodman
@ 01.50NBA0 Blake Griffin will not play for Team USA in FIBA World Cup
The Clippers announce that forward Blake Griffin will not participate on the USA Basketball Men’s National Team this summer.
Blake Griffin in a statement: "I want to focus and dedicate 100% of my energy on improving and preparing frmo the upcoming season w/the Clippers
@ 01.12NBA0 Sixers sign Pierre Jackson
The Sixers have signed Pierre Jackson to a one-year deal. The contract is mostly guaranteed. Jackson ruptured his Achilles during the Orlando Summer League.
Sixers acquired the rights to Pierre Jackson from the Pelicans in exchange of the rights to Russ Smith, selected with the 47th pick.
"Official. Lost for words! Can't even begin to describe the feeling I have right now just knowing that I'm actually wanted to be apart of something that can be so special in the near future!! Out of my many reasons to get back right and back to killing on the court this just added another HUGE reason! All I got are tears of joy smh! #THEYSLEEP! #sixers#TOGETHERWEBUILD#76ers#thankful#faith#theJACKmamba ".
Source: Mark Deeks
@ 01.09NBA0 Mavericks sign Jameer Nelson to a two-year deal
The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have signed free agent guard Jameer Nelson. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Nelson (6-0, 190) is a 10-year veteran and former NBA All-Star (2009) who has spent his entire career with the Orlando Magic. He has career averages of 12.6 points, 5.4 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 1.0 steal and 29.2 minutes in 651 games (556 starts) with the Magic. Nelson stands as the franchise’s all-time leader in assists with 3,501. He also ranks second in games played (651) and field goals attempted (7,033), third in minutes played (19,038), three-pointers made (874) and three-pointers attempted (2,335), fourth in scoring (8,184 points) and field goals made (3,109) and fifth in steals (619). A native of Chester, Pa., Nelson was originally the 20th overall selection in the 2004 NBA Draft by the Denver Nuggets. His draft rights were traded to the Magic where he spent his career until Orlando waived him on June 30, 2014. Last season, Nelson averaged 12.1 points, 7.0 assists, 3.4 rebounds and 32.0 minutes in 68 games (68 starts). Nelson was named to his first NBA All-Star Game in 2009 when he averaged 16.7 points, 5.4 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 31.2 minutes while shooting .503 from the field, .453 from three-point range and .887 from the foul line. The former St. Joseph’s standout enjoyed a decorated collegiate career. As a senior, Nelson earned Naismith College Player of the Year, Associated Press Player of the Year and the John Wooden Award while leading St. Joseph’s to an undefeated regular season (27-0) and the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Source: Dallas Mavericks Official Website
@ 19.54NBA0 Magic sign Devyn Marble to a three-year deal
The Orlando Magic have signed rookie guard Devyn Marble, General Manager Rob Hennigan announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal are not disclosed. The draft rights to Marble (56th overall pick), along with Evan Fournier, were acquired from Denver in exchange for Arron Afflalo on June 26. Source: Orlando Magic
@ 16.27NBA0 Harden: Dwight and I are cornerstones of the Rockets. Rest of the guys are role players
James Harden said that the Rockets will be fine next season even without Chandler Parsons. The forward moved to the Dallas Mavericks. Per the Philippine Star, Harden said he’s looking forward to playing for the US at the World Cup. Training camp begins Monday. As for the Rockets’ future, Harden said he’s not worried that Jeremy Lin has left for the Los Angeles Lakers and Chandler Parsons for the Dallas Mavericks. “Dwight (Howard) and I are the cornerstones of the Rockets,” said Harden. “The rest of the guys are role players or pieces that complete our team. We’ve lost some pieces and added some pieces. I think we’ll be fine next season.” Source: The Philippine Star
@ 15.40NBA0 Isaiah Thomas says he felt very disrespected by Kings
Isaiah Thomas left the Kings this summer and signed with the Phoenix Suns. The point guard said he felt very disrespected by the Kings. Per AZ Central, Yet, the Kings seemed to look for someone to replace Thomas at every opportunity. "They were," he said matter-of-factly. "I felt very disrespected. Every year it was somebody new. I felt I did a good enough job to show them I was a starting point guard or a guy who could play a big role with their team. But they thought differently. "They're going to go forward without me, and I'm going to go forward with the Phoenix Suns, and I know something special is coming here." Source: AZ Central
@ 15.19NBA0 Rip Hamilton says he wants to play another year In an interview with Hoopshype, Rip Hamilton said he wants to play one more year. The guard missed the entire season 2013-2014 after leaving the Bulls. Per Hoopshype, You didn't play last season. Why? Richard Hamilton: Actually, It was the first time in my career I was a free agent... So it was good because it was my decision. It was an opportunity for me to be with my kids. You know, be around my family, let my body heal from playing basketball for the first time since I was 7!
Did you consider retirement? RH: I did, I did, I did. At this stage of my life it's just like, 'Hey, I've done everything, I won a NBA championship, I won in college, I've been in the All-Star Game and I did everything'. So this is like an opportunity for me to say, 'You know what? Let me put my other priorities in perspective – like my family, be around them – and after a year I'll take a look at and see if I still want to play.'
What do you miss about basketball? RH: Oh, man... The playoffs! I miss the playoffs, I miss my teammates, I miss being in a locker room with a great group of guys.
What are your future plans? Do you see yourself playing again in the NBA? RH: Yeah, yeah. I think for me, personally, I have to see how my body responds after the summer. I want to play another year and hopefully get an opportunity to play on a team with a chance to win a title. Source: Hoopshype
@ 11.48NBA0 Ray Allen close to join Cleveland Cavs
Former Celtic and Heat standout Ray Allen is leaning towards returning for a 19th NBA season and joining former teammate LeBron James with the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to a league source. Allen, who turned 39 Sunday, has been pondering retirement since the Heat lost in the NBA Finals to the San Antonio Spurs last month. Source: Boston Globe
@ 09.19NBA0 Carmelo Anthony shows off his football skills at Real Madrid's training session in LA
NBA star Carmelo Anthony visited Real Madrid's training session in Los Angeles on Wednesday with his friend Dontaye Draper, who played for Real's basketball team for two years. Anthony said that he is a Madridista and his favorite player is "of course" Cristiano Ronaldo. He then demonstrated his juggling skills, penalty taking, and heading ability that rivals Peter Crouch.
Source: Yahoo Sports
@ 01.31NBA0 Nuggets to sign Erick Green
Erick Green, guard who played with Montepaschi Siena in Italy last season, will sign a multi-year contract with Denver Nuggets in a few days. Green averaged 11 points per game in italian league last season.
Terms of the deal are unknown. Story was first reported by Eurohoops. Source: SB Nation
@ 23.47NBA0 Kings to make a waiver claim for Omri Casspi
Marc Stein: Omri Casspi has already publicly expressed interest in returning to Kings and word is Sacramento is planning to put in a waiver claim on him.
Claiming Casspi off waivers would enable Kings to secure his rights without messing with free agency ... IF they are only team to claim him Source: Marc Stein
@ 23.16NBA0 Pelicans waive Omri Casspi
Marc Stein: New Orleans, as expected, has released newly acquired forward Omri Casspi, who will find new team in free agency if he clears waivers. Source: Marc Stein
@ 21.22NBA0 Washington Wizards unveil new alternate uniform for next season
The Washington Wizards announced today that the team will add an alternate uniform to their collection for wear during the 2014-15 season. The new jersey will be primarily navy blue with red color-blocking at the top and “Washington” listed on the front while the navy shorts will feature the secondary "Monument" logo. Fans will have a chance to purchase the alternate jersey on Oct. 1. Retail information as well as when the alternate uniform will be showcased during the 2014-15 season will be released at a later date.
Summer League MVP Glen Rice Jr in our new 2014-15 alternate unis available for purchase 10/1! http://t.co/sn7eVlUcLrpic.twitter.com/2zNHrZjJ1R
— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) 22 Luglio 2014Source: Washington Wizards Official Website
@ 20.45NBA0 Mavericks close to sign Jameer Nelson
Marc Stein: ESPN sources say Mavs on track to complete the signing of Jameer Nelson when the veteran PG makes his scheduled visit to Dallas on Thursday.
Barring an unforseen snag, Mavs on course to land Jameer Nelson to fortify their backcourt on a deal via Dallas' $2.7 million room exception. Source: Marc Stein
@ 20.38NBA0 Sixers not so high on Dion Waiters
Sixers are not so interested in Dion Waiters, sources told to Sportando. His attitude is a concern and Sixers are trying to build a positive culture in their locker room.
By the way, Philly is still interested in becoming a partner in Kevin Love's deal between Cavs and Timberwolves but they're not going to absorb any bad conctracts without receiving future assets. Source: Sportando
@ 15.38NBA0 LeBron James apologizes to neighbors with cupcakes
LeBron James may be in China, but he and his family are still thinking of his hometown. Employees from Baker Blvd. Decadent Desserts in Fairlawn dropped off cupcakes Tuesday night to James’ Bath Township neighbors. Included with the dozen cupcakes was an apology note from James for the “chaos” that surrounded his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. When James announced his decision to return to the Cavs earlier this month, fans and the media crowded his Idlebrook Drive home. “We know things have been hectic in the neighborhood these past few weeks and we are sorry for the chaos,” the note reads. “We are so thankful to live in this wonderful community and we are so blessed to have understanding neighbors like you. “As a gesture of our gratitude and appreciation, our family wants to give you something that is meaningful to us, our foundation’s cupcakes. We hope you enjoy the treat!” The note was addressed from James, his wife and two children. James’ neighbors received six “Just a Kid from Akron Cherry Cola” cupcakes and six “Homecourt Chocolate Chunk” cupcakes. Both cupcakes were designed for James.
@KingJames Showing love for the neighborhood!!! Thanks for the cupcakes!! pic.twitter.com/1hjkNoUf6X
— David Galehouse (@DavidG_House) 22 Luglio 2014Source: Akron Beacon-Journal
@ 15.11NBA0 Sixers interested in Dion Waiters?
On top of all that, there are league-wide whispers of a third team perhaps getting involved in a potential Cavs-Wolves deal, whispers of the 76ers possessing a strong interest in Cavs guard Dion Waiters, whispers of another major transaction on the way. Yeah. Unreal. Source: Sam Amico
@ 15.04NBA0 Rockets to sign Nick Johnson?
From Shams Carania on twitter:
Houston Rockets' Nick Johnson -- 42nd overall pick -- will sign a fully guaranteed, three-year rookie contract, league source tells RealGM.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) 23 Luglio 2014
The former Arizona guard was selected with the 42nd overall pick in last month’s draft.
@ 12.41NBA0 Mavericks to void Rashard Lewis' deal
Eric Pincus: It looks like Rashard Lewis didn't pass his physical (knee) with the Mavs and will be a free agent again. Still waiting to find out exactly what's what with Rashard Lewis and the Mavs - but that's my understanding - contract is nulled out. Source: Eric Pincus
@ 12.29NBA0 Cavs acquire John Lucas, Malcolm Thomas and Erik Murphy from Jazz
The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired guard John Lucas III and forwards Malcolm Thomas and Erik Murphy from the Utah Jazz in exchange for guard Carrick Felix, a 2015 second round draft pick and cash considerations, General Manager David Griffin announced tonight from Cleveland Clinic Courts. Lucas appeared in 42 games (six starts) for the Jazz in 2013-14 with averages of 3.8 points and 1.0 assist in 14.1 minutes per game. Over his six-year NBA career, the 5-11 guard out of Oklahoma State has played in 216 games (eight starts) with Houston, Chicago, Toronto and Utah, averaging 4.8 points and 1.4 assists in 12.2 minutes per game. Thomas, a 6-9 forward from San Diego State, played in eight contests for Utah and San Antonio last season and averaged 1.9 points and 2.6 rebounds in 7.9 minutes per game, while Murphy, a 6-10 forward out of Florida, appeared in 24 games for Chicago in 2013-14. Source: Cleveland Cavs
@ 11.03NBA0 Clippers CEO: Rivers will leave if Sterling stays as owner
The interim CEO of the Los Angeles Clippers testified in state court Tuesday afternoon that coach and team president Doc Rivers has told him on multiple occasions that he doesn't think he wants to continue as coach if Donald Sterling remains owner of the team. Dick Parsons said he has talked to Rivers, several players and key sponsors who are troubled by Sterling's continued ownership of the franchise, which is being adjudicated in a California probate court.
"If Doc were to leave, that would be a disaster," Parsons said. "Doc is the father figure of the team. Chris [Paul] is the on-court captain of the team. But Doc is really the guy who leads the effort. He's the coach, the grown-up, he's a man of character and ability -- not just in a basketball sense, but in the ability to connect with people and gain their trust. The team believes in him and admires and loves him. If he were to bail, with all the other circumstances, it would accelerate the death spiral."
Donald Sterling's lawyers objected to Parsons' testimony on Rivers, arguing that only Rivers should be allowed to speak on his state of mind in this matter, and if that were the case, Rivers should be called as a witness. While Judge Michael Levanas agreed with the notion, he allowed Parsons to express his opinion on the matter and noted he would not consider it as fact.
"I don't understand why they didn't call Doc Rivers and the players they want to call to give that testimony," Sterling's lawyer Bobby Samini said. "I understand Mr. Parsons had an opinion about what might happen, but they could've easily brought those individuals in to give that testimony themselves." Source: ESPN
@ 10.17NBA0 Mavericks to meet Jameer Nelson tomorrow
Marc Stein: ESPN sources say Mavs will be hosting free-agent point guard Jameer Nelson in Dallas for a face-to-face visit Thursday. Mavs still have their $2.7 million room exception to offer Jameer Nelson and are hopeful of completing a deal with the veteran point. Source: Marc Stein
@ 10.02NBA0 NBA offered a job to Isaiah Austin
NBA offered a job to Isaiah Austin.
Former Baylor big man had to quit basketball after being diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome. But when the seven footer earns his college degree in two years, he will have a job waiting for him at the NBA. From TMZ.com.
@ 01.54NBA0 Cavs sign Joe Harris
Shams Charania: Cavs signed 2nd rounder Joe Harris of Virginia to 3-year rookie deal, league source tells RealGM. Two guaranteed years; team option on 3rd. Source: Shams Charania
@ 00.39NBA0 Nets sign Cory Jefferson
Earlier today, Cory Jefferson released a photo on his Instagram account showing him signing what looked to be a contract, with the caption "It's official, Thank God." That's all the information we had. Source: Nets Daily
@ 23.52NBA0 Joel Embiid wants to date Rihanna
Sixers rookie Joel Embiid is already a Twitter star. He tried to flirt with Kim Kardashian a few days ago. But the famous TV star did not reply to him. So, tonight he decided to move to Rihanna.
Ok so @kimkardashian hasn’t DM’d yet...... Should she be blocked too? I’m ready to block her though
— Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) 22 Luglio 2014
BREAKING NEWS: Moving on from kk to Rihanna
— Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) 22 Luglio 2014
Hey baby holla at me!! Dinner at giorgios at 930pm @rihanna????
— Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) 22 Luglio 2014
SOURCES: Rihanna is considering JOEL EMBIID’s offer
— Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) 22 Luglio 2014Source: Joel Embiid
@ 23.08NBA0 Mirotic will pass Bargnani to become the best paid European rookie in NBA history
Nikola Mirotic will earn $5.305.000 next season and become the best paid European rookie in the history of the NBA, according to Hoopshype. Mirotic will pass Andrea Bargnani who got $4.501.200 in 2006-2007. Enes Kanter is in third position with $4.133.280. Nikola Pekovic is in fourth position with $4.000.000. Sarunas Jasikevicius fifth with $4.000.000. Jorge Garbajosa sixth with $3.750.000. Jonas Valanciunas seventh with $3.627.720. Darko Milicic eight with $3.950.800. Timofey Mozgov is ninth with $3.567.96. Zeljko Rebraca is tenth with $3.500.00 in 2001-2002. Source: Hoopshype