Kim English RumorsAll NBA Players
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:200 lbs. / 91 kg.
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:200 lbs. / 91 kg.
The Chicago Bulls announced today the signing of free agents Kim English, Ben Hansbrough and Solomon Jones to round out their 2014-15 training camp roster. Per team policy, terms of the contracts were not disclosed.
The Brooklyn Nets will hold a free agent workout camp beginning Monday at their practice facility in East Rutherford N.J., and those scheduled to participate are ex-Pittsburgh forward Gilbert Brown, who was in camp with the Celtics two years ago, former Missouri standout and 2012 second-round pick Kim English, former Sacramento Kings first-round pick Donte Greene, who was briefly a Celtic last offseason, Rick Jackson (Syracuse), Malcolm Lee (UCLA, Timberwolves), DeAndre Liggins (Thunder/Heat), David Noel (North Carolina), DaJuan Summers (Pistons), Scott Machado (Iona), and Michael Snaer (Florida State) .
Kim English will continue his career in France with Chorale Roanne, a source told Sportando. The American player leaves Mens Sana Siena where he signed last summer. English was averaging 8.6ppg in Serie A and 7.5ppg in Euroleague.
Chorale Roanne made official the signing of Kim English. The American player penned a deal for the season with the French team.
Mens Sana Siena will play the game against Sutor Montegranaro without Kim English. The American player, who sat the entire game against Unicaja Malaga, is not warming up with Montepaschi. Kim English, the former Detroit Pistons, is on his way out from the Italian team he joined last summer.
Perennial Italian champion Montepaschi Siena announced the addition of signing of swingman Kim English for the next season. English (1.98 meters, 25 years old) arrives from Detroit of the NBA, where he averaged 2.9 points in 41 games last season.
Kim English on Twitter confirmed the deal with Montepaschi Siena. The former Pistons wrote CIAO on Twitter and then said thanks to the people who congratuled him for the deal.
Jorge Sierra: Kim English’s contract with Montepaschi Siena includes an NBA out till August 22, one of the sources told us. So there.
Free agent guard Kim English has signed a contract with Euroleague powerhouse Montepaschi Siena, two sources told HoopsHype.
Now English, an unrestricted free agent, hopes to latch on with another NBA team. Best-case scenario, he said, he gets a fully-guaranteed deal. But he could also end up with a partially-guaranteed deal or just a training-camp invite. “I don’t really want to name them because I don’t want to be premature, but it’s three or four teams that are showing interest,” English said. “But there’s still some really good free agents out there – Gerald Henderson, Brandon Jennings, Gary Neal – so I feel like once that crop of combo guards sign, then it will be my time.”
Kim English: Thanks Detroit.. Amazing fans, amazing town and an amazing learning experience in year one. Excited to see where my next stop will be.
Shortly after Thursday’s victory over the Heat in summer-league play, the Pistons released 24-year-old second-year guard Kim English. The second year of the two-year deal he signed after he was taken in the second round of the 2012 draft was not guaranteed and he now becomes an unrestricted free agent.
English remains confident that even if the Pistons decide to part ways, he will find a landing spot. “I’m just playing. I think I’ll be in this league a long time with my ability to shoot the ball and defend,” English said. “I’m just staying in the moment, and I’ll keep playing.” Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars said Wednesday that no decision has been made on English’s status.
Vincent Ellis: Roster update: 16 guys currently under Pistons control. Roster decision looms for English on Friday. No word yet there. #Pistons
“Whenever we’re in the facility, we’re to be wearing Detroit Pistons stuff,” English said. “There should be a sense of pride putting on those Detroit letters every time you take the court. That was the extent of (the conversation), every time you’re on the court, come to work and be in Detroit stuff.”
Detroit Pistons forward Jonas Jerebko was treating the summer like he usually does. Hanging out at the practice facility Thursday morning, he was shooting around with teammates Khris Middleton and Kim English, informally. Then he realized it was time to get formal when new coach Maurice Cheeks walked in. “I had a couple flip-flops on, messing around and he told us, ‘When you’re in there, you’ve got to put in work,’ ” Jerebko said Thursday at the Palace following Cheeks’ introductory news conference. “He told us on Day 1 what he wanted, so I definitely respect that. … I was encouraged. That’s what you want as a player, you want somebody to tell you what to do. I won’t be wearing my flip-flops out there no more.”
Kim English: So excited to work with Coach Mo Cheeks. Loved him as a player and as a coach in Philly. Headed back to Detroit Wednesday morning!
Kim English: Mucho Gracias para cena @josecalderon8 #GreatVet #GreatTeammate instagr.am/p/WBEKjzJSpA/