From Chris Sheridan: The waiting and wondering is finally over for restricted free agent Ramon Sessions, who agreed Friday to sign a four-year, $16 million offer sheet with the Minnesota Timberwolves. A source told ESPN.com that the paperwork on the deal was being processed Friday morning. After Ses[...]
Gary Woelfel from The Journal Times in Wisconsin: From Woelfel: “My impeccable sources tell me the Bucks and the Los Angeles Clippers recently had some serious conversations about a sign-and-trade deal involving Bucks free-agent point guard Ramon Sessions. Of course, the Clippers and New York[...]
The release of Mark Madsen is just another move in what has been an unpredictably busy offseason for the Clippers. Madsen was scheduled to make 2.8 million dollars this year, but his release will save the Clippers an unspecified amount off that figure. This move was not made for monetary reasons how[...]
From Gary Woelfel at TheJournalTimes.com: The Los Angeles Clippers have intensified their interest in Sessions and appear on the brink of making a strong pitch for him. The scuttlebutt around the NBA is the Clippers and Bucks are discussing a sign-and-trade scenario with Sessions, a restricted free [...]
Your obligatory Ramon Sessions link for the day: I can’t tell you how many times I’ve frantically checked ESPN and twitter for Sessions updates. I’ve read every article, obsessed over every rumor, and worked out every scenario. Enough is enough Ramon: Just sign somewhere. Anywhere.[...]
Reports out of New York are indicating that the Knicks are slowly inching closer to finalizing a deal with Ramon Sessions. This thing has dragged on much longer than any of us could have expected, but if Sessions is truly close to becoming a Knick than it’s time to look elsewhere and see what&[...]
Is this the first domino? Warrick’s deal with the Bucks is reportedly a 1yr/3mil deal. This appears to signal that the Bucks are going in a different direction. Bruce Bowen’s contract becomes guaranteed for four million instead of two million tomorrow, so the Bucks probably aren’t[...]
I looked at Sessions for TrueHoop over the weekend. The post includes a short testimonial from Knicks assistant, Dan D’Antoni, who coached Sessions in AAU ball: The player movement procession has slowed, as teams wait to see where the big dominoes fall. Where Lamar Odom lands will probably hav[...]
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