HoopsHype Brandon Rush rumors

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So far, Rush says the knee hasn’t given him any problems: “It’s feeling pretty good, no swelling, no soreness. Everything feels pretty good.” This is a good sign for Rush and the Warriors. Rush has proven to be an effective perimeter defender and they need him to be an all-around player in their second unit this season. Rush has been through the rigors of battling back from an ACL injury before and was even more prepared for the rehab process this time around: “I knew it was going to take a while to try to get my timing back and try to get some kind of rhythm going, but it’s coming along well.” WarriorsWorld.net

July 22, 2014 Updates

The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent guard/forward Brandon Rush to a contract, the team announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. NBA.com

July 16, 2014 Updates

Rush will hold the option on the 2015-16 season, a source said. Rush, 29, returns to the Warriors, who had traded him as part of a salary dump to Utah a year ago. Golden State had been impressed with Rush's production in his full seasons there in 2011-12, before a knee injury cost him several months of rehabilitation. Yahoo! Sports

July 14, 2014 Updates

The Warriors are among the teams scheduled to attend a workout for free agent guard Brandon Rush, who tore an ACL while with the team in 2012 before playing in 38 games for Utah last season. The Warriors at this time can afford minimum contracts due to salary cap constraints, but could look to bring Rush back to the team after he averaged 9.7 points and 3.8 rebounds in 67 games with Golden State before getting injured. Contra Costa Times

“Rush was great. Everybody that’s been a fan saw how good he was for us, so if he’s healthy, and he can play, which we hear he can — we’ll go watch him and see — it’s a good addition if we could get him. You don’t know what the price would be, but we like Brandon,” Warriors general manager Bob Myers told KNBR on Monday. Contra Costa Times

After a disappointing and frustrating season in Utah, Brandon Rush knew he'd have to prove himself again. He'll get a chance to do that Tuesday, when he free agent guard will work out for multiple teams on Tuesday in Las Vegas, his agent says. Salt Lake Tribune

July 10, 2014 Updates

Mark Deeks: Jazz renounced Richard Jefferson and Brandon Rush. Hornets renounced Pargo, Tolliver, White, Ridnour, McRoberts and Douglas-Roberts. Twitter @MarkDeeksNBA

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