Bobby Brown RumorsAll NBA Players
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:175 lbs. / 79.4 kg.
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:175 lbs. / 79.4 kg.
Bobby Brown is unlikely to join Turkish team Besiktas, according to sources. The American guard spent the last two years in China and was now talking with the Turkish team to finish the season in TBL. Brown would have replaced Chris Lofton who is on his way to leave Besiktas after two seasons. Brown ended the season in China averaging 31.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 6.3 assists in 41 games.
Marc Stein: Free-scoring guard Bobby Brown is back from China and Wizards, I’m told, have Brown in sights for signing depending on their trade moves
Bobby Brown, whose contract with Dongguan Leopards includes an NBA out, could be available for NBA teams on February 1 since his club is no lock to make the postseason. Brown, who has experience in the NBA with Sacramento, Minnesota, New Orleans and LA Clippers, would be more than open to playing for the Cavaliers. “Right now, I’m focused on Dongguan and winning games with my teammates,” Brown told HoopsHype. “I will say this about Cleveland: How could anyone not want to play with LeBron? First off, he is the best player in the league and second, you have a chance to be a part of a championship team. Plus, playing in Europe, I was a big fan of (David) Blatt and always wanted to play for him. Also, I have known (David Griffin) since I was in the draft and have always been a huge believer in him.”
If they don’t trade for a point guard, keep an eye on Will Bynum and Bobby Brown. Both are playing in China and won’t be available until after the Chinese playoffs in March, but the Cavs are interested in both. Bynum would be a much cleaner add than Brown, who still has two years left on his deal with DongGuan, but they’ll have competition.
While Douglas and Brown have already signed contracts to play in China next season, they both still have the ability to sign with the Lakers. Yet Douglas’ agent, David Falk, told USA TODAY Sports that the 28-year-old point guard still intends on playing with the Jiangsu Dragons on his one-year deal.
After missing out on LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony in July, the Lakers held a free agent workout Tuesday in Los Angeles. The workout included forward Michael Beasley; big men Dexter Pittman, Greg Stiemsma, and Daniel Orton; and guards Bobby Brown, Toney Douglas, Ben Hansbrough and Malcolm Lee, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports.
The Warriors are holding a free agent mini-camp June 23-24 for 16 players, including seven with NBA experience. Here’s the list: Bobby Brown – Cal State Fullerton – Dongguan Century (China); Will Cherry – Montana – Canton Charge (D-League); Patrick Christopher – Cal – Iowa Energy (D-League); Ramon Galloway – La Salle – Fraport Skyliners (Germany); Tyler Honeycutt – UCLA – ASVEL Lyon Villeurbanne (France); Edwin Jackson – ASVEL Lyon Villeurbanne (France); Armon Johnson – Nevada – Blancos De Rueda (Spain); DeAndre Liggins – Kentucky – Sioux Falls Skyforce (D-League); Vernon Macklin – Florida – Liaoning Jiebao (China); Sean May – North Carolina – Paris-Levallois Basket (France); Mickey McConnell – Saint Mary’s – Texas Legends (D-League); James Nunnally – UC Santa Barbara – Cangrejeros De Santurce (Puerto Rico); John Shurna – Northwestern – FIATC Joventut Badalona (Spain); Jamie Skeen – VCU – Humacao (Puerto Rico); Christian Watford – Indiana – Hapoel Eilat (Israel); Michael Watt – Buffalo – Ironi Nes-Ziona (Israel).
After the new contract for Bobby Brown, the Dongguan Leopards are interested in completing the roster for next season. The team contected Shavlik Randolph for the second USA spot, Sohu reported, and there are many possibilities that agreement could be found in a short time, but there’s a problem to solve before.
Veteran point guards Jonathan Gibson, 26, and Bobby Brown, 29, will also be on the roster, CSNNW.com confirmed through their representation. Eurobasket.com reported the agreement last week. They both played in China last season and each averaged over 30 points a game.
As reported by Sohu.com point-guard Bobby Brown is very close to extend the contract with Dongguan Leopards for three more years. Brown arrived last season in China and averaged 30 points per game.
As reported by Sohu.com point-guard Bobby Brown is very close to extend the contract with Dongguan Leopards for three more years. Brown arrived last season in China and averaged 30 points per game. Brown expressed interest in coming back to Dongguan to try to win the title.
The 10th signing of a non Greek player this season in Olympiacos is going to be the biggest, if completed. The defending Euroleague champions have decided to boost their roster for the almost certain Greek league finals against Panathinaikos and the player they want to add is Bobby Brown. The 29years old American guard was Euroleague’s top scorer last season as a member of Siena – having almost 19 point per game – and he recently concluded his season in the Chinese CBA.
The Chinese Basketball Association season is currently in its playoff semifinals, meaning a slew of former NBA players could be available as free agents in the coming weeks. There has been interest in former Celtic Lester Hudson, who scored 40 points in Xinjiang’s victory over Dongguan. Former Sacramento King Bobby Brown tallied 45 points in that game. Other ex-NBAers in China are Shelden Williams, Delonte West, James Singleton, Donte Green, Yi Jianlian, Dominique Jones, and Hamed Haddadi.
Sam Amick: With Feb. free agency behind us, one name to remember: Bobby Brown,the dynamic PG whose Chinese team is on verge of falling out of playoffs. Bobby Brown can’t return to NBA until season ends – & he’s on Clippers radar- but he has been refining those skills –
Ramona Shelburne: While the the league waits for the buyout market to take shape, keep an eye on Bobby Brown, whose season in China ends in two weeks.
Timing is everything, as they say, and the timing is tough for Bobby Brown at the moment. Despite all the NBA opportunity that has arisen from the endless rash of point guard injuries, and despite the fact that the 29-year-old is on the short list of worthy talents to fill one of the many voids, he can’t get out of his contract with Dongguan in China until their season ends on Feb. 16. Brown hasn’t played in the NBA since 2010, but anyone who pays attention to the famed Drew League in Los Angeles during the summer months knows that he’s an NBA talent. In China, he’s nothing short of a star, as he’s averaging 31.9 points and 5.8 assists per game. The Clippers, who are likely without point guard Chris Paul until after the mid-February All-Star break because of a shoulder injury, are known to have interest in Brown.
How was that phone call when you were told Ukraine wanted you? PJ: My agent Andre Buck told me ‘Yo, this is getting serious, man’. I really thought about it and all my friends told me I should do it. You are going out there, you’re going to play basketball, even though you are away from home… Get that experience, playing for coach Fratello. Go for it. Everybody was pushing me to do it: Baron Davis, Bobby Brown, Brandon Heath, Trevor Ariza...
The American guard talked to Eurohoops about the new challenge he has in his career, his goal at the CBA and he admits he was on advanced discussion with Olympiacos –before Vasilis Spanoulis signed his new contract- and Barcelona. He also states that someday he will play at the NBA. “Yes I’m very happy with my decision to go to China, it will be and new challenge and experience for me and I’m ready for it. I expect to go there and try to win a championship, that’s my goal on any team I’m on. I expect to go there and be vocal and lead by example leader, It will be different as far as the culture of there but I’ m able to adjust to anything as long as I’m playing basketball”. Did he talk with anybody who knew about CBA, before he signed? “I spoke to one of my good friends Pooh Jeter who plays over there and he was telling me how the league. I know we have a great coach who knows his stuff about basketball. Also helps that he speaks English because he is from Australia (Brian Goorjian, the ex – head coach of the Boomers).