HoopsHype Aaron Gray rumors

December 8, 2013 Updates

The Raptors and Gay had become increasingly unhappy with each other, league sources said, and Gay's contract was an obstacle to the franchise's desire to begin the rebuilding process. Gay is making $17.8 million this year, and holds a player option for $19.3 million for the 2014-15 season. The forward will almost assuredly exercise the option and take that salary next season. Yahoo! Sports

December 6, 2013 Updates
December 3, 2013 Updates

Aaron Gray, a reserve center for the Toronto Raptors, recalled a recent game when the team was clanking shots and looking sluggish. "And somebody from the other team said, 'Aw, you guys were probably out with the mayor last night,'' Gray said. San Jose Mercury-News

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July 27, 2012 Updates

The Toronto Raptors announced Friday they have re-signed centre Aaron Gray. Per team policy, financial details were not disclosed. Gray averaged 3.9 points, with career bests of 5.7 rebounds (third on team) and 16.6 minutes in 49 games with the Raptors last season. He started 40 contests, averaging 4.4 points, 6.0 rebounds and 17.4 minutes. Gray finished the season second on the club in field goal percentage at .516 (83-161). He paced the team in rebounding 11 times, with six 10-plus rebound efforts, and recorded two double-doubles. He posted season highs with 12 points and 12 rebounds February 22 versus Detroit. NBA.com

July 7, 2012 Updates
January 10, 2012 Updates

The Toronto Raptors announced Monday centre Aaron Gray underwent an ablation procedure today to correct his reoccurring episodes of a rapid heart rate. The procedure was performed at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital by Dr. Jaspal Singh and Dr. Eugene Crystal. It is anticipated Gray will be able to return to the court within two weeks. Gray, a four-year NBA veteran, was signed December 11 as a free-agent. He appeared in two preseason games, totaling nine rebounds in 32 minutes. NBA.com

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December 6, 2011 Updates

The New Orleans Hornets are a player in the recruitment of free-agent shooting guard Jamal Crawford, and have expressed a keen desire to re-sign 7-foot center Aaron Gray, the players' agent said Tuesday morning. Andy Miller, who represents both, said he has been in contact with Hornets general manager Dell Demps but was said said Demps had not yet spoken yet with Crawford. New Orleans Times-Picayune

Miller said Gray, who opted out of the final year of his contract with New Orleans last summer, was contacted by members of the Hornets coaching staff on Monday, the first day teams were allowed to speak with players since the lockout commenced on July 1. "Aaron has been very excited about the feedback and interest level in him," Miller said. "For him, it has been an eye-opening kind of experience. (The Hornets) have shown an extraordinary amount of interest in getting him back. I think they value him. He knows that. I think that the coaching staff has been very adament about getting him back and has expressed that to Aaron directly." New Orleans Times-Picayune

December 5, 2011 Updates

The Knicks also like center Aaron Gray but feel he’ll likely accept a multi-year offer. The club is concerned Kurt Thomas prefers Chicago because the Bulls are perceived to be closer to winning a championship. New York Post

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