Ramon Sessions RumorsAll NBA Players
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:190 lbs. / 86.2 kg.
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:190 lbs. / 86.2 kg.
The Sacramento Kings today acquired guard Andre Miller from the Washington Wizards in exchange for guard Ramon Sessions, according to Kings General Manager Pete D’Alessandro. “Adding Andre bolsters our backcourt with one of the most prolific ball distributors in the game,” said D’Alessandro. “He’ll also provide veteran leadership to the lockeroom and a wealth of experience at the point guard position. We’re excited to have him join the team. We also want to thank Ramon and wish him the best moving forward.”
Marcin Gortat: It was truly an honor to play with Andre Miller !! Such a great person and bball player! Great roll model !! #trade #dcrising
Jason Jones: Can confirm Kings have traded Ramon Sessions to Washington for Andre Miller as reported by @Adrian Wojnarowski
Adrian Wojnarowski: Kings trading Ramon Sessions to Washington for Andre Miller, source tells Yahoo.
Among cheap point guard options, Sacramento’s Ramon Sessions has been mentioned in trade talks, according to one of the GMs. But he’s shooting just 34 percent this season and is a career 31 percent shooter from three-point range.
David Aldridge: Hearing Wizards have turned their attention from Jameer Nelson to trying to pry Ramon Sessions from Kings. Nothing imminent.
Sessions has been the subject of trade talk after starting the season slowly and then missing time because of a back injury. The speculation doesn’t bother Sessions, who signed a two-year contract before the season. The trade deadline is Feb. 19. “For me, it seems I’m always brought up around the deadline,” Sessions said. “I just look at it as one of those things where another team wants me. I’ve been around a little bit. It’s a business and you can’t control what happens around the trade deadline if something is going to happen or not. I just take it day by day.”
Adrian Wojnarowski: Yahoo Sources: Charlotte’s pursuing trade avenues to replace Kemba Walker, with Sacramento’s Ramon Sessions and Heat’s Norris Cole on radar.
Under this much pressure, pipes and ventilation ducts are prone to burst. But Ramon Sessions can’t think about the expectations he’s yet to reach, or else it might do him more harm than good. “I’ve been doing this for eight years,” Sessions told Cowbell Kingdom last week. “I’m going to continue to do what I do. And the rest of it, it is what it is.”
James Ham: Carl Landry is out for tomorrow’s Kings/Blazers game. DeMarcus Cousins, Rudy Gay and Ramon Sessions are all questionable.
While nothing the magnitude of last season’s trade for Rudy Gay is imminent, the Kings are exploring trades, with backup point guard Ramon Sessions the most likely candidate to be dealt. According to a league source, the Kings discussed a deal that would have sent Sessions to the Los Angeles Clippers for guard Jordan Farmar. Sessions has missed the last 10 games because of a low back strain.
Sean Cunningham: Omri Casspi and Ramon Sessions did not practice today. Both remain hobbled with same injuries. #NBAKings
Jason Jones: Sacramento King’s guard Ramon Sessions out of action with back pain sacbee.com/sports/nba/sac…
Sean Cunningham: Kings PG Ramon Sessions will miss another game tonight with the lower back strain #NBAKings
Gasol has stuck in his craw a failed 2009 trade — driven by former Griz coach Marc Iavaroni — that would have sent Conley to Milwaukee for Ramon Sessions and Joe Alexander. Conley hasn’t dwelled on it. He’s instead allowed his play to speak loudly as one of the main voices among the Grizzlies’ cry for relevancy as a Western Conference contender. Conley is coming off a season in which he averaged a career-best 17.2 points by attacking the rim at a rate that ranked 15th in the league. Conley’s 8.6 turnovers per 100 possessions ranked third among point guards behind Chris Paul and Jose Calderon. “Man,” forward Zach Randolph said, “I don’t know where we would be without Mike.”
Mark Medina: Kings guard Ramon Sessions strongly disputes he opted out with Lakers because of Kobe. Said he wanted long term security with the Lakers
Sessions has been somewhat evasive as to why, but he has been quoted as saying it was “definitely different” playing with Bryant. Internally, the Lakers were rattled by his departure and came to believe that Kobe was the key. It meant little as a transaction but everything as a sign of how players with options view this team. “Peek behind the banners,” says one longtime NBA agent, “and it’s rotten.” “Kobe is like the big rock in their front yard,” says an agent who has had a Lakers client in recent years. “You can’t mow over it, so you just have to mow around it.”