HoopsHype Alonzo Gee rumors

January 12, 2012 Updates

Gee, 24, had 10 points, five rebounds and two steals in 22 minutes in the Cavs' 113-105 loss at Utah on Tuesday. He plays with confidence and uses his athleticism to his advantage. "I feel like I belong," he said. "I continue to keep working and keep getting better and keep improving." Scott loves the improvement he sees in Gee. "The biggest leap with 'Zo is he has some confidence," he said. News-Herald

November 30, 2011 Updates
November 8, 2011 Updates

Emiliano Carchia: Interesting move by Alonzo Gee who simply left Asseco Prokom Gdynia without a single word. Just an sms to the coach writing he is leaving. Alonzo Gee wrote in the sms to Asseco Prokom that he is leaving for personal reasons and won't play anymore for the Polish team Twitter

June 12, 2011 Updates
December 28, 2010 Updates

The Cleveland Cavaliers held a tryout featuring six available small forwards late Monday to replace Jawad Williams, and after a brief deliberation, the team announced Tuesday the decision to sign Alonzo Gee. FanHouse.com

December 27, 2010 Updates
December 20, 2010 Updates

Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld announced Monday that the team has signed point guard Lester Hudson. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not announced. Hudson appeared in six games earlier this season for Washington, before being waived on November 22nd to make room for Alonzo Gee. RealGM

November 23, 2010 Updates

He realized that his time with the Wizards was about to come to an abrupt end when he got a phone call on Monday morning asking him to come in and meet with Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld and vice president of basketball administration Tommy Sheppard. So when he sat down and they told him that he was getting waived, Hudson wasn't shocked. "I knew it was going to be something," Hudson said before leaving the arena for the last time. "The last couple of days, I had a feeling about something. I don't know if it was a good thing or a bad thing. And it was this." Washington Post

Grunfeld and Sheppard gave Hudson some words of encouragement, telling him that he belongs in the NBA and should find his way back in due time. Placed in this position last season, Hudson had to earn his keep in the NBA Developmental League, but Hudson said he hadn't considered that option just yet. "I don't know about the D-League. I don't think it's on my mind right now. Might be D-League, but it depends," Hudson said. Washington Post

November 22, 2010 Updates

The Wizards have completed a somewhat startling reunion, as the team has brought back swingman Alonzo Gee, according to multiple league sources. In order to make the move possible, the Wizards waived reserve point guard Lester Hudson. Washington Post

Gee received a non-guaranteed deal with the Wizards, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The team would have until early January to determine whether or not to keep him for the rest of the season. The source added that Gee's signing is not related to the health of Josh Howard, who has yet to play this season while recovering from left knee surgery. Howard is still on schedule to come back some time in December. Washington Post

November 16, 2010 Updates

The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have waived guard Alonzo Gee. Gee appeared in five games this season, totaling 2 points, 3 rebounds and 2 blocks in 17 minutes. NBA.com

October 26, 2010 Updates

The moving part is Alonzo Gee, a second-year wing man who appears to be the Spurs' unlucky 14th. As our friends at 48 Minutes of Hell mentioned today,, Gee has a funky contract that becomes guaranteed in increments. Whether they waive him today or next month, Gee has already been bought and paid for through Nov. 25. After that, the Spurs must guarantee an additional $100,000 to keep him. His full $762,195 contract becomes guaranteed on Jan. 10. The Spurs can keep Gee around without spending any more money until late November. It gives them more time to make a decision on him -- or try to get something for him from someone in a trade. Until he becomes too cost-ineffective to keep on the roster, Gee can stick around San Antonio, and possibly head to the Development League in Austin. With the Spurs still eyeing a 13-man roster, however, he shouldn't get too comfortable. San Antonio Express-News

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