HoopsHype Carl Landry rumors

July 15, 2013 Updates

The Sacramento Kings today signed free agent forward Carl Landry to a multi-year contract, according to Kings General Manager Pete D'Alessandro. Per team policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. "Adding Carl provides depth and veteran leadership in our frontcourt," said D'Alessandro. "His professionalism and workmanlike approach to the game will also serve as a great example to our younger players. We're excited to have him join the team." NBA.com

July 8, 2013 Updates

The Warriors will sign-and-trade for Iguodala. This prevents renouncing Jack and Landry and their exceptions. The Nuggets will also get Foye from Utah in a sign-and-trade (for three years, $9 million, per the Deseret News). The Warriors will send another second-round pick (2018) to Utah. Contra Costa Times

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Dan Woike: #Clippers meeting with Carl Landry. He would play big role as a scorer with @Jamal Crawford off the bench. Twitter @DanWoikeSports

Adrian Wojnarowski: Carl Landry meets w/ Doc Rivers and Clippers tonight, sources tell Y! Free agent forward was a favorite of Chris Paul's w/ New Orleans. Twitter @WojYahooNBA

“I don’t know if that matters that much to me, but as far as my grandmother and my mom, for them to stay up and watch games on TV that start at 9 p.m. — or later — Central time, that’s a little tough for them,” Landry said Monday. “Sometimes those West Coast games don’t finish until midnight or 1 a.m. (in the Midwest), especially if it’s an overtime game. That part of it is tough on my family. But my dream always was to play in the NBA, so it really doesn’t matter if it’s the East Coast or the West Coast. I love the game, so I will play in any time zone.” Journal and Courier

While it’s only speculation, Landry would enjoy being an Indiana Pacer. “The Pacers have had interest in me over the last two years,” Landry said. “Could I play there? Yes. Obviously, they are a playoff team and one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference. They showed that this year. And for me, Indiana is where it all started. Having a chance to come back and play in Indiana would definitely be something I would think about if they are interested in me. The Pacers are a good team, and if given an opportunity to play for them, I would give it all I have.” Journal and Courier

July 1, 2013 Updates

The Warriors took care of some expected housekeeping to start free agency, contacting free agent point guard Jarrett Jack about his possible return as well as forward Carl Landry. Jack appears to have been pegged as the bigger priority of the two for the Warriors, who are nearing the expected luxury tax threshold of $72 million and thus will be severely limited in their ability to sign both players to market-value deals. USA Today Sports

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