HoopsHype Beno Udrih rumors

August 10, 2013 Updates
August 8, 2013 Updates

New York Knickerbockers Executive Vice President and General Manager Glen Grunwald announced today that the team has signed guard Beno Udrih. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. “Beno is a solid addition to our backcourt where he will give us more depth and flexibility,” Grunwald said. “He is a talented and experienced floor general who brings championship experience to our locker room.” Knicks Now

Marc Berman: Even though #Knicks haven't announced it yet, JR raved about Beno Udrih and his playmaking. Twitter @NYPost_Berman

Brian Windhorst: Knicks have agreed to terms with PG Beno Udrih for $1.27M, according to sources. Knicks payroll with luxury is now $119,800,137 Twitter @WindhorstESPN

The Knicks have emerged as the favorite to sign 31-year-old Slovenian point guard Beno Udrih to a $1.27 million minimum contract, according to two sources. An announcement could come as soon as Thursday. The Knicks will consider it a great value signing since Udrih made $7 million last season, leaving the Knicks long shots to land him. But the market apparently dried up for the left-handed veteran who has played on four teams, including Orlando and Milwaukee last season when he combined for 66 games. New York Post

August 7, 2013 Updates

Jared Zwerling: Source: Bobby Brown's workout went well. No offer at this point. #Knicks will continue to evaluate. Beno Udrih is still highly targeted. Twitter @JaredZwerling

New York's top free-agent priority remains Beno Udrih, according to sources familiar with the team's thinking. They will bring in guard Bobby Brown for a workout in New York on Wednesday, a league source said. The Knicks showed interest in Brown earlier in the summer, working out the former EuroLeague standout in Las Vegas. ESPN.com

August 6, 2013 Updates

Ian Begley: The #Knicks' top free agent priority remains veteran PG Beno Udrih. I don't think they will sign anyone else until they hear from Beno. Twitter @IanBegley

August 4, 2013 Updates

Marc Stein: Knicks still chasing Beno Udrih, too, but lefty PG still clearly holding out hope he can get an offer somewhere above veteran minimum Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

August 2, 2013 Updates

Marc Cornstein, the agent for free-agent point guard Beno Udrih, told The Post five teams are still in the mix for his client’s services. The Knicks appear long shots because they only have the $1.4 millon veteran’s minimum to offer. “If he signs with the Knicks the reasons will not be because of the money,’’ Cornstein said. “It would be a disservice to say they’re long shots or favorites. He’s examining the situations.’’ New York Post

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