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Another hopeful talent for Oldenburg. This will be Kenny Hasbrouck’s(1.91-PG/SG) second European contract after last season playing for Alicante. Oldenburg announced the deal with the player via the team’s official website and it will be for one season. Hasbrouck tried to get a contract in the NBA but although he got a contract with Miami he never saw any playing time.
Meridiano Alicante officially announced the arrival of Kenny Hasbrouck who joins Martin Rancik as new signings for the Spanish team. The American point guard was waived by Miami Heat before the NBA season started. Former Siena last year wore the jersey of Rio Grande Valley Vipers in NBDL averaging almost 17ppg.
Ira Winderman: Heat (2-time) training-camp prospect Kenny Hasbrouck confirms he will continue his career in Spain, after previous erroneous Greece report.
Former Siena star guard Kenny Hasbrouck is going to play professionally in Spain. “Well its finally official, Im goin to Alicante, Spain to play for da rest of da season!” Hasbrouck wrote on his Twitter account. “Can’t wait to get started n get back into game mode.”
Kenny Hasbrouck is on his way to Aris Thessaloniki. The player practiced with Miami Heat but was waived before the beginning of the season. Last year with the jersey of Rio Grande Valley Vipers he averaged 16.9ppg, 2.4rpg and 2.9apg in NBDL.
Hasbrouck still counts Wade and injured forward Udonis Haslem among his close friends. “I wouldn’t say they’re struggling yet,” Hasbrouck said. “I’m not surprised. Just the fact that they didn’t have a full preseason together. Some of the guys have little nick-nack injuries. I think it’ll take a little bit of time, around the 40th game, I think you’ll see your true colors.”
All to stay in shape as Hasbrouck, who’s fourth in school history with 1,917 points, awaits his next professional opportunity after being waived by the Miami Heat in the preseason. “I’ve got offers overseas,” Hasbrouck said. “We’re still waiting to see about NBA teams and see what’s going to happen with those first.” Hasbrouck made it clear he’d rather stay in the United States, but is likely to make a decision by Christmas break, at the latest. “I think usually, overseas it’s Christmas break,” he said. “I’m guessing after that you have no choice but to make a decision. But I want one before that. Shoot, I’ve got to get money in my pocket, anyway. Take the first job that’s the best for me.”
A bit more eye-opening were the $250,000 guarantees issued to Hasbrouck and Randolph. No team falls as in love with its summer-league players as much as the Heat. The Heat coaching staff went into training camp sold that Hasbrouck was an NBA talent, never quite as smitten with Beverley, a Riley favorite.
Ira Winderman: The parting gift for Randolph and Hasbrouck? Each had a $250,000 partial guarantee for this season, so they don’t leave empty handed.
Brandon Rush of the Indiana Pacers, Kenny Hasbrouck of the Miami Heat and Tyreke Evans of the Sacramento Kings have each been suspended for their actions in separate incidents, the NBA announced today. Rush has been suspended without pay for five games for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program. Hasbrouck has been suspended without pay for two games for pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated, in violation of the law of the State of New York.
Heat officially sign guard Kenny Hasbrouck to make-good contract. Hasbrouck led Heat summer league in scoring at 14ppg.
The Miami HEAT announced today that they have re-signed guard Kenny Hasbrouck. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Hasbrouck played in five games (five starts) for the HEAT’s 2010 summer league squad, averaging 13.6 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 28.6 minutes, while shooting 49.0 percent from the field and 45.0 percent from three-point range.
Guard Kenny Hasbrouck, the former Siena standout, was re-signed by the Miami Heat Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Hasbrouck is the third member of the team’s summer-league team to receive a camp invitation, joining Shavlik Randolph and second-round pick Dexter Pittman. Hasbrouck, who finished last season on the Heat’s inactive list, has yet to appear in a regular-season game. “I’m grateful for it to finally happen, to finally put my name on the paper where I know I’m going to be secure for at least a couple months. So, it’s good.” Hasbrouck told WXAA, the Albany, N.Y., Fox affiliate, during a visit to the Siena campus.
Also, guard Kenny Hasbrouck, the former Siena standout, apparently is poised to become the third member of the Heat’s summer-league team to receive a camp invitation. Hasbrouck, who finished last season on the Heat’s inactive list, yet to appear in a regular-season game, told WXAA, the Albany, N.Y., Fox affiliate, that he would sign Wednesday with the Heat.
The Heat is expected to add one more point guard, with NBA veterans Jason Williams and Earl Watson, and league neophytes Kenny Hasbrouck, Patrick Beverley and John Lucas III among the options. Teams are limited to 12-player active lists on game nights and 15-player rosters during the regular season. Teams may carry as many as 20 players during the offseason.
In order to maximize its free-agency flexibility, the Heat has bypassed its opportunity to extend a qualifying offer and retain the right to match outside offers for point guard Kenny Hasbrouck, who now becomes an unrestricted free agent. Hasbrouck continues to work with the Heat and is expected to be on the team’s summer-league roster.