Hilton Armstrong RumorsAll NBA Players
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:235 lbs. / 106.6 kg.
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:235 lbs. / 106.6 kg.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Golden State and Washington waived HIlton Armstrong and Melvin Ely, respectively, league source tells Yahoo.
Rusty Simmons: The Warriors have signed Hilton Armstrong for the remainder of the season. There’s no plan to recall Kuzmic/Nedovic at this time.
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent center Hilton Armstrong to a 10-day contract as a Call-Up from the Warriors’ NBA Development League affiliate in Santa Cruz, the team announced today. Armstrong, 29, has appeared in 32 games (23 starts) with the Santa Cruz Warriors this season, averaging 12.0 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.75 blocks (seventh-best in the D-League) in 28.2 minutes while hitting 55.9 percent from the field (ninth). The 6-11 center has played in eight games with Golden State over two separate stints (December 11–29/February 22-March 3) this season, averaging 2.3 rebounds in 4.4 minutes.
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent center Hilton Armstrong to a 10-day contract as a Call-Up from the Warriors’ NBA Development League affiliate in Santa Cruz, the team announced today. Armstrong, 29, has appeared in 23 games (all starts) with the Santa Cruz Warriors this season, averaging 12.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.83 blocks (seventh-best in the D-League) in 28.6 minutes while hitting 55.6 percent from the field (ninth). Earlier this season, the 6-11 center received a Call-Up to the Warriors and appeared in seven games between December 11 – December 29, averaging 0.9 points and 2.3 rebounds in 4.0 minutes per contest.
Jeff Zillgitt: Warriors waive C Hilton Armstrong, who had a non-guaranteed deal – that would have become guaranteed if not waived by Jan. 7.
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent center Hilton Armstrong as a Call-Up from the Warriors’ NBA Development League affiliate in Santa Cruz, the team announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
As the Golden State Warriors absorb injuries and shoddy defense on their frontline, they are signing forward Hilton Armstrong out of NBA D-League affiliate Santa Cruz, sources told Yahoo Sports. Armstrong, who will be in uniform against the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night, has averaged 15 points and seven rebounds for Santa Cruz.
The Indiana Pacers announced Saturday they have released forward/center Hilton Armstrong. The Pacers’ roster now stands at 14 players.
Scott Agness: Pacers have officially signed @Rasual Butler and Hilton Armstrong. They’ll have 17 in camp. Full roster: http://t.co/rQ3JzsZNms
Harrellson said his China experience restored his confidence. Those big numbers weren’t put up against the same level of competition he’ll face in the NBA, but they weren’t amassed against nobodies, either. “We played a lot of good teams,” he said. “There were good players. Every team I played against had a former NBA big man. Hassan Whiteside was on a team, Craig Smith, Hilton Armstrong. Every time I played against somebody who was good. I played well. That’s what I needed to do – go play, get my confidence back and show what I could do. China was a great experience because they let me play. It was great to get my confidence back.”
Teams have until April 17 to sign players who will be eligible for the first round of the postseason. Here are some of the top D-League players at each position, who could be called up at some point in the next month. GUARDS: Delonte West, Dominique Jones, Lester Hudson, Kris Joseph, Josh Selby, Courtney Fortson, Jerel McNeal, Andrew Goudelock, Christian Eyenga, Lazar Hayward, Justin Dentmon, Chris Roberts, Ben Uzoh, Sean Singletary, Ron Howard, Darington Hobson. FORWARDS: D.J. Kennedy, Samardo Samuels, Demetris Nichols, Willie Reed, Rick Jackson, Arinze Onuaku, Rasual Butler, Damion James, Luke Harangody, Micah Downs, JaMychal Green, James Mays. CENTERS: Jerome Jordan, Hassan Whiteside, Vernon Macklin, Hilton Armstrong, Keith Benson, Brian Butch, Mickell Gladness, Solomon Alabi, Jarrid Famous, Augustus Gilchrist.
According to Eurohoops.net sources, Armstrong will be paid 450.000 US dollars net and PAO, as it is customary in Europe, will take care of the taxes, meaning that the final cost of his contract will be almost the double. Players like Lou Amundson and Anthony Tolliver, who were also on the radar of the team, wanted an annual salary of one million dollars net.
Hilon Armstrong: Good Morning everyone. Just wanted to share some good news. I will be plays for Panathinaikos, a Great team in Greece!
Seeking to fill the lone remaining hole on their roster — a backup center behind Brook Lopez — the Nets could give Eddy Curry a second-chance in New York. Curry, along with Hilton Armstrong, worked out for the Nets Wednesday, according to Yahoo! Sports. Curry, the much maligned former Knick, spent last season with the Heat, playing 14 games and averaging 2.1 points while riding the coattails of LeBron James to his first NBA title.
Panathinaikos is on the market looking for a player. The last name circulated around the Greens is Hilton Armstrong. The American big man spent in 2011-12 his first season overseas with ASVEL averaging 10.2ppg and 5.5rpg in Eurocup and 11.1ppg and 7.2rpg in Pro A.
The Clippers reportedly had interest in free agent Darko Milicic and still could bring in veteran center Hilton Armstrong to training camp. Armstrong is currently playing for the Clippers’ summer league team.
In 2006, Hilton Armstrong was the 12th overall pick in the NBA Draft, selected by the Hornets out of UConn. The Sonics (Thunder) and Wizards were two other teams Armstrong knew were interested in him at the time. And there was another team, drafting far later, that had him on its radar: the Nets. “I didn’t know that,” the 6-foot-11 Armstrong said yesterday after the completion of the Nets’ three-day mini-camp for free agents. “I hope that’s a harbinger for some good things. It would be real nice to play here. I’d be real happy.”
Emiliano Carchia: Former NBA player now in ASVEL, Hilton Armstrong denied that he was back to the States having a workout with Los Angeles Clippers. ‘I was not in the States during my vacation time. Some friends came to Lyon and I have been here for Christmas’
The Clippers, in search of more depth for their front court, worked out several big men Monday at the team’s practice facility. They had in 7-footer D.J. Mbenga, 6-11 Hilton Armstrong, 6-10 Solomon Jones and 6-11 Dan Gadzuric.