Jamario Moon RumorsAll NBA Players
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
It’s called “The Basketball Tournament,” and the simplicity is the winner-take-all $1 million format. Basically, as long as you’re not involved with the NBA at the time, you’re good to go, with the 97-team event opening July 10, the latter stages to be televised by ESPN. From a Heat perspective, among those to surface for the event include 2006 championship point guard Jason Williams, former Heat bit players Jamario Moon and Mike James, and, yes, even Smush Parker. Williams heads a Gators alumni team that also is scheduled to feature Erik Murphy, Matt Walsh, Alex Tyus and Lee Humphrey. Former Heat guard Mike Bibby has also been added to that mostly Gators squad.
Guaros de Lara waived Jamario Moon. The former NBA ended his experience in Venezuela and now the team is on the market looking for a new player.
Eric Pincus: The D-Fenders have waived NBA vet Jamario Moon – added instead Aflred Aboya – formerly of UCLA
Alex Kennedy: I’ve heard a rumor that Jamario Moon may play summer league as he attempts to make an NBA comeback. Not sure which team. He’s 34 years old.
01 Feb 14
The NBA announced Thursday that rookie forward Terrence Ross (@T_DotFlight31) has been selected to participate in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest on All-Star Saturday Night presented by State Farm. Ross is the fifth Raptor invited to participate in the event, joining Vince Carter (2000), Tracy McGrady (2000), Jamario Moon (2008) and DeMar DeRozan (2010 and 2011). This year’s contest will take place Saturday, February 16 at the Toyota Center in Houston and will be broadcasted on TSN2 and TNT beginning at 8:30 p.m. (ET).
He remains optimistic and views Leandro Barbosa‘s late signing with the Boston Celtics and Eddy Curry signing with Dallas just days before the start of the season as hope that he’ll, too, soon find a new home. “Ultimately, I have to stay ready, which I am, as far as in the gym, and stay positive,” Howard said. “I don’t think my career’s over.” Other notable players still looking for a team: Guards: Derek Fisher, Gilbert Arenas (in talks with Chinese team), Baron Davis, Earl Boykins, Mickael Pietrus, Michael Redd, Maurice Evans, Jason Kapono. Forwards/Centers: Kenyon Martin, Shawne Williams, Quentin Richardson, Bobby Simmons, Bill Walker, Jamario Moon, Renaldo Balkman, Ryan Gomes, Troy Murphy, Josh Powell, Derrick Caracter, Ben Wallace, Greg Oden, Sean Williams, Tony Battie, Mehmet Okur.
Moon has career averages of 6.3 points and 4.3 rebounds on 46 percent shooting in 286 games over five seasons. In 157 career starts, Moon has averaged 7.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game. The veteran forward has been working out in Atlanta during the offseason and says he’s ready to get back on the court and is in great shape. “All they have to do is give me a call,” Moon said. “I’m ready to work and do whatever the coaching staff asks of me.”
Free agent forward Jamario Moon believes he’s the logical choice to help fill the small forward void and clearly makes it known the Hawks are an organization he’d like to play for in 2012-13. “Atlanta makes sense to me,” Moon told HOOPSWORLD on where he would fit best. “Danny was the general manager when I was playing for Cleveland and [Hawks assistant general manager] Wes Wilcox was there too. They already know me and what I bring. It just makes sense.”
Lang Greene: Just spoke with free agent forward Jamario Moon. He has a team in mind. Good stuff. Story coming Sunday.
BJ Evans: The @bobcats have waived small forward Jamario Moon. He signed as a FA on April 15 and appeared in eight (8) games.
26 May 12
Sources claim that Olshey had sculpted at least one trade for Davis during the previous offseason, but the deal was scuttled by owner Donald T. Sterling. At the trade deadline in February 2011, Olshey finally pushed a deal through, sending Davis (and his hefty contract) and an unprotected 2011 draft pick to Cleveland in exchange for Mo Williams (shorter contract) and Jamario Moon.
The Charlotte Bobcats are signing small forward Jamario Moon for the rest of the season, filling the roster spot vacated when Boris Diaw was bought out of his contract last month. Moon, a 6-8 small forward, played four NBA seasons for Toronto, Miami, Cleveland and the Los Angeles Clippers. He spent this season in the Development League, averaging 17.7 points for the Los Angeles D-Fenders.
Sam Amick: Source says Jamario Moon is being called up to Charlotte from the LA D-Fenders, who are in the playoffs. It’s the 8th call-up for LA.
NBA (and D-League/CBA/Mexico/CBA/USBL/ABA/Globetrotters/everywhere) veteran Jamario Moon signed a D-League contract on Tuesday, allowing him to join a team once he clears the D-League waiver system on Thursday. A fellow NBA vet is expected to join him soon, too, as sources indicate Dan Gadzuric is also planning to sign with the D-League in the coming days.
The Charlotte Bobcats plan to audition Bostjan Nachbar and Jamario Moon today, looking for another small forward to fill out the roster. The Bobcats chose not to match a Memphis Grizzlies offer sheet on restricted free-agent forward Dante Cunningham. Doing so would have obligated the Bobcats to about $4 million in total guarantees this season and next. With long-range shooter Reggie Williams recovering from surgery to repair knee cartilage, player-personnel chief Rod Higgins would like another scoring option.
One of two NBA veteran small forwards — Bostjan Nachbar or Jamario Moon — could fill out the Charlotte Bobcats’ regular-season roster. Bobcats player-personnel chief Rod Higgins plans to bring in Nachbar and Moon for workouts Saturday.