HoopsHype Andres Nocioni rumors

November 28, 2011 Updates

You look very moved, very happy about this success [winning the Super 8 tournament in Argentina]. Andres Nocioni: It's just that one must not forget what the essence of this sport is. As much as I play in another world, I like this. I'm very much a small-town man. I'm happy in this atmosphere, with people shouting and supporting us, with the respect showed by my teammates, playing with friends like Leo Gutiérrez and Sergio Hernández. I enjoyed this much more than I would winning an NBA title. I'm happy like this, here I play because I like it and I can feel it, there in the United States I play because it's my job. La Nacion

November 17, 2011 Updates

The unbelievable thing is that Andres Nocioni accepted to play without an insurance because, as he explained, "it was something complicated and very expensive for the club and at the end it didn't cover it all. Also, it would take more days for me to start playing, it could even prevent me from playing the Super 8 tournament. I took that decision because I love basketball, I need to play." Cancha Llena

Though Ginobili, the All-Star guard, has said he would not consider playing overseas unless, and until, the entire NBA season is canceled, he has gotten offers from European teams on a daily basis, according to his agent. “Nothing is imminent,” Herb Rudoy, Ginobili’s Chicago-based agent reported, via text message, “although we field inquiries from European teams every day.” Giniobili offered Splitter congratulations for his signing in Valencia via a Twitter posting. San Antonio Express-News

November 16, 2011 Updates

Andres Nocioni could be another option. Caja Laboral has priority to sign him if he returns to Europe. El Correo

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Most insiders surveyed believe that Nocioni, due to earn $6.7 million in 2011-12, will be the Sixer to go. But Philly could try to buy Nocioni out instead, since the Argentine has expressed interest in finishing his career back home or in Europe. ESPN.com

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Today, Andres Nocioni started to practice with Peñarol de Mar del Plata from Argentina, although he won't play the Liga Nacional. He's only practicing to "stay fit" while waiting for the lockout to end. Terra

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