HoopsHype Anthony Randolph rumors

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Brett Pollakoff: Anthony Randolph was called "Rudolph" by the PA announcer. He came over during the timeout with a smile to correct him. Twitter @BrettEP

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The Denver Nuggets have signed free-agent F Anthony Randolph to a multiyear contract, Nuggets Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Masai Ujiri announced today. NBA.com

The Denver Nuggets have signed free-agent F Anthony Randolph to a multiyear contract, Nuggets Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Masai Ujiri announced today. Sulia

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According to league sources, free agent Anthony Randolph would like returning to Warriors. The only question is would GSW want him. They'd have to miss out on Carl Landry to consider Randolph. For his career, Randolph averages as many rebounds (5.1) as Landry in 7 fewer mins. Randolph is also a better shotblocker. And Mark Jackson is supposed to be someone who can deal with Randolph's temperament. Sulia

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Seeking out young, athletic talent, the Dallas Mavericks are showing interest in local product Anthony Randolph, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed. Randolph, who turns 23 on July 15, did not receive a qualifying offer from the Minnesota Timberwolves, making him an unrestricted free agent. The former Woodrow Wilson High School standout in Dallas played sporadically for Minnesota last season after averaging 11.7 points and 5.2 rebounds in 34 games after coming over in a trade from the New York Knicks the previous season. ESPN.com

Though the Wolves can re-sign Beasley and Randolph at lower salaries, a league source said Beasley's exit is permanent. The source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the club will consider re-signing Randolph, who appeared in just 34 of the Wolves' 66 games last season. Beasley's production also was minimal last season. He missed 19 games because of foot, toe and hand injuries and averaged a career-low 11.5 points. St. Paul Pioneer Press

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Kahn declined to discuss the futures of such players as Darko Milicic, Michael Beasley, Anthony Randolph and Martell Webster. Beasley and Randolph will become unrestricted free agents if the team doesn't pick up rich qualifying offers for each of them. Webster's $5.7 million option for next season can be spent more wisely, and Milicic almost certainly has played his last game for Adelman. Minneapolis Star-Tribune

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