Morrow not on way to Raptors:
Anthony Morrow has agreed to join the Thunder, giving Oklahoma City a 3-point shooter and depth on the wing. Story coming soon.— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) July 12, 2014
Yeah, James held up NBA business for 11 days while he decided his future. Teams were angry. Some had assets that evaporated during the wait, including the Warriors, who considered Brandon Bass and other names in exchange for a trade exception that expired yesterday at midnight. But everyone takes time to mull hard professional decisions. Those are times to be careful, to bounce ideas off of everyone in your inner circle. LeBron inconvenienced the league, but it was just that — an inconvenience — and smart teams did whatever business they could in the interim. Not everything has to be a referendum on LeBron James’s personality.
Told ya so - Johnny Fish Strikes again!
When Tom Chambers dunks an NBA player gets their hops...
MU loves him some summer league stars
This is Draft Net's Summary of him, (Draft Express doesn't have one):
Strengths: Tough player who prides himself on his defense ... Good on-ball defender ... Great in the passing lanes, one of the premier theft artists in the NCAA during his time at Montana ... Very good nose for the ball, contributed on the glass well for a PG ... Played big minutes through most of his career while mostly guarding the other teams best player ... Has some penetrating ability offensively ... Got to the line quite a bit, aggressive ... Cut down fouls by a nice margin as a senior ... Showed improvement as a passer, gets his teammates involved ... Showed leadership qualities, led the Griz to two straight NCAA Tournament berths out of the Big Sky ... Solid quickness with and without the ball ... Wiry strong, not afraid of contact, competitor
Weaknesses: After seemingly improving as an outside shooter as a junior, struggled greatly as a senior, particularly from 3 point range ... Turned the ball over at a very high rate ... Despite the recent success of Damian Lillard, the Big Sky does still tend to bring up question marks surrounding ones level of competition faced ... Sat out teams first 7 games with a broken foot, than missed some more time when he reinjured the foot in early March ... Relatively small and can have trouble with size, particularly on the offensive end ... Has struggled when facing NBA level PG opponents during his time at Montana
Notes: Finished his career averaging 2.3 spg ... Was arrested near the end of April, which is something that could deter teams from drafting him ... A viable choice as a back-up PG down the line, a competitor that should at the very least get a shot to be on a Summer League roster ...
Played in D-League last year, is a 6-1 PG, about 180 lbs.
Got arrested and was injured in 2013
(His senior year) which didn't get him drafted
Let's see what happens
Casey cameStrengths: Tough player who prides himself on his defense ... Good on-ball defender ... Great in the passing lanes, one of the premier theft artists in the NCAA during his time at Montana
I was wondering since billups is insisting he is healthy as he has been in 2-3 yrs, should we pick him up as a 3rd PG, to mentor some of the other guys and play when needed?
If Andre Miller is still playing and Fisher just retired , Billups probably has one year left.
Some article from Basketball Insiders on Cherry
Myself (March 2014):
The raptors are a tremendous young team and will win a championship in the following five years.
"@SpearsNBAYahoo: Former D-League Canton guard Will Cherry has agreed in principle to sign a two-year minimum deal with the Raptors, a source told Yahoo."
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