HoopsHype Aaron Brooks rumors

March 4, 2013 Updates
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Adrian Wojnarowski: After a buyout with the Sacramento Kings, guard Aaron Brooks and the Houston Rockets are discussing a deal, league sources tell Y! Sports. Twitter @WojYahooNBA

February 21, 2013 Updates
November 27, 2012 Updates

Kings guard Aaron Brooks was fined $25,000 by the NBA for throwing his mouthpiece into the stands after the Kings lost at Utah on Friday. The fine was announced Monday after the Kings' media availability, so Brooks was not available for comment. Brooks was frustrated after the Kings blew a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter and fell 104-102. He thought he was fouled by Jamaal Tinsley on a drive with 14.9 seconds to play, but there was no call, and Tinsley was credited with a steal. Sacramento Bee

November 14, 2012 Updates
August 1, 2012 Updates

Sounds as if Keith Smart's hope his team would bond in the offseason is happening. Ten of the players on the roster are in Sacramento working out and playing 5-on-5. The only players that could not be in town are John Salmons, James Johnson, Chuck Hayes and Francisco Garcia. It's important that young nucleus that the franchise is depending on (DeMarcus Cousins, Tyreke Evans and Marcus Thornton) is in town. Also have to like that new PG Aaron Brooks is getting to know his new teammates. Definitely a step in the right direction and something that's needed to build team chemistry. Sulia

July 23, 2012 Updates

Here are your new jersey numbers for the newest #nbakings: Thomas Robinson: 0, Aaron Brooks: 3, James Johnson: 52, Tyler Honeycutt is changing his jersey number to 9. Sulia

July 20, 2012 Updates
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Bill Ingram: Source close to the situation says Aaron Brooks left money on the table in Houston to take less in Sac.... feels Kings are closer to playoffs Twitter

July 17, 2012 Updates

Fredette insisted that he didn't play with any added motivation because of the team's decision to add another point guard to the mix, even if it does put him behind Brooks and Isaiah Thomas entering next season and qualify as the latest setback to an already frustrating start to his career. The obvious impact of the move could be spotted in the stands Monday during the Kings game, where Fredette's agent, Jeff Austin, was seen discussing the unexpected situation with Geoff Petrie, Sacramento's president of basketball operations, for nearly a half hour. SI.com

They had been in talks with free agent small forward Terrence Williams, but a source with knowledge of the team's plans said he is no longer part of the Kings' future. The addition of Brooks came just hours after the team announced the addition of small forward James Johnson, who was acquired from Toronto for a second-round pick. SI.com

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