Kyle Korver Rumors

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Kyle Korver
Kyle Korver
Position: F
Born: 03/17/81
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Salary: $7,000,000
Joe Vardon: Much has been made about the ‘chaos’ surrounding the Cavs over the summer. Was there a point where you felt it, too? Koby Altman: I mean, there was certainly a shock when you come to the office and David Griffin’s not there. The leader of the franchise and an incredible mentor to me. But, we’ve dealt with an incredible scrutiny nationally, locally, the outside narrative of chaos. We don’t listen to that. We’ve gone through that. Actually our most controversial year was when we won the championship. We made a coaching change midseason. And so we deal with that stuff, we just put our head down and go. We sort of ignore the noise. And throughout the offseason we were making positive additions. Again, the outside narrative wasn’t that, but every addition we made: from Jose Calderon, re-signing Kyle Korver, bringing Jeff Green in, Derrick Rose. These are really positive incremental steps to getting better, and that’s, we thought the team we were going to bring back was championship level. We’re going to add to get incrementally better.
“He’s been a great teammate,” Kyle Korver said after the game when asked about Jefferson, who slipped out before media was allowed into the locker room. “He has the ability when he walks in the room to just lighten the mood. He can always, no matter what’s going on or how tense things might be, he can just lighten the mood in a really fun way. It’s just one of his gifts. … It’s something that we’re going to miss, for sure.”
5 days ago via ESPN
For the second time in three years, the Cavaliers came to training camp looking to wash from their bodies the bad tastes and memories from a lost Finals. Kyle Korver, for instance, returned to work Tuesday for the start of the 2017-18 season eager to escape from the wide-open 3-pointer he missed at the end of Game 3, which might’ve won that night for the Cavs and changed the series with the Warriors.
Last season, Crabbe was the second most accurate three-point shooter in the NBA … at 44.4% … out of the 450 best basketball players in the world. Who was the No. 1 downtown sniper on planet earth? Korver at 45.1 percent. He thinks he can surpass Korver, with the aid of the former Hawks’ coach. “I think (the style of play) is going to fit me well. I look at coach Atkinson when he was even in Atlanta and I saw how they used Kyle Korver. He was very successful in that scheme,” Crabbe pointed out. “I think it’s kind of similar in that aspect.”