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July 11, 2014 Updates

Charlotte Hornets rookie P.J. Hairston said he was blindsided Friday morning by a Sporting News report that the agent he chose isn’t certified by the National Basketball Players Association. Hairston said he’s still gathering information regarding Juan Morrow, the agent he hired before being chosen 26th overall last month. “I didn’t know anything about this until this morning when I saw my Twitter account blowing up,” Hairston told the Observer following Hornets shootaround. “I’m going to talk to my family and figure some stuff out.” Charlotte Observer

The Utah Jazz are officially on the clock when it comes to Gordon Hayward. The restricted free agent signed an offer sheet for a four-year, $63 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday. Utah will have until Sunday at 9:59:59 p.m. to declare its intentions of matching. Sources again confirmed that the Jazz will match and keep the 6-foot-8 guard/forward in the organization. Deseret News

July 10, 2014 Updates

Azzurro Napoli Basket, team of the italian league two, have reached an agreement with the power forward De'Mon Brooks, as reported to Sportando. Brooks, 22 year-old rookie, 2.01, was a four-year starter for Davidson Wildcats, averaged 19.0 points last season, shot 58.6 percent from the field, hit 14 of 31 3-pointers and averaged 7.1 rebounds. He was named the Southern Conference Player of the Year. From tomorrow Brooks will play the Las Vegas Summer League with the Charlotte Hornets. Sportando

It’s official. Gordon Hayward signed his offer sheet with the Charlotte Hornets, the team announced early Thursday morning, just hours after the NBA’s moratorium had lifted. The Utah Jazz will now have three days (until 9:59 p.m. MT on Sunday) to match the four-year, $63 million offer for the restricted free agent. Salt Lake Tribune

The Cavaliers and Hornets were among those stops, and Bartelstein said Hayward came away especially impressed by Charlotte’s pitch — a playoff team last year in the East, trying to take the next step — and, of course, by its cash. "They really rolled out the red carpet and let him know how bad they wanted him, and they obviously put together a terrific offer," Bartelstein said. Salt Lake Tribune

The Hornets have announced they've named Chad Buchanan as their assistant general manager. Buchanan spent the last 10 years with the Portland Trail Blazers, the last seven working as the director of college scouting. Buchanan also served as Portland's acting general manager from 2011-12 and was responsible for all player transactions, including the 2011 NBA Draft and free agency. Denver Post

July 9, 2014 Updates

Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has added Pat Delany as an assistant coach on the staff of Head Coach Steve Clifford. Delany joins the Hornets after spending last season as head coach of the Sioux Falls Skyforce, the NBA D-League affiliate of the Miami Heat. NBA.com

 

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