HoopsHype CJ Watson rumors

October 21, 2014 Updates

Scott Agness: C.J. Watson (sore right foot) will be held out tonight at MIN. "He could play if it was the regular season,” Vogel said. (via @Kyle_Ratke) Twitter @ScottAgness

October 7, 2014 Updates
June 18, 2014 Updates

CJ Watson: Bulls RT @nickrochette: @CJ Watson be honest what was your favorite team you played on? Twitter @Quietstorm_32

CJ Watson: Thibs RT @31NBA: @CJ Watson whos ur favorite coach ever? Twitter @Quietstorm_32

CJ Watson: Rumors smh RT @picsixprick: @CJ Watson did pj really bang Hibberts girl #AskCJ Twitter @Quietstorm_32

April 23, 2014 Updates
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March 11, 2014 Updates

C.J. Watson continues to be bothered by his right elbow and will miss his fourth straight game Tuesday night when the Boston Celtics are in town. The seventh-year pro had an MRI on Monday, an off day for the team, but he didn’t say what was concluded. He’s been dealing with mostly pain for over a week now, since he injured it in the Pacers’ 94-91 home win over the Utah Jazz — a game he started for George Hill, who was sidelined with a bruised left shoulder. Pacers.com

March 10, 2014 Updates
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January 15, 2014 Updates

FIBA: The team has recruited some veterans including Luis Scola and CJ Watson and there is also the return of Danny Granger after a long injury. Can you talk about this roster. Paul George: Our group of players is amazingly competitive and talented. Everybody knows about the talent of Luis Scola. He has a huge basketball IQ, he knows the game very well and he is a superb teammate. CJ Watson brings his experience as a back-up point guard. Last but not least, Danny Granger's comeback is a great thing for us. He was injured for a while and is feeling better game after game. Our roster is very solid and our second unit is very productive. FIBA.com

January 13, 2014 Updates
November 22, 2013 Updates

Bird spent no time settling in. He signed three free agents — three-point shooter Chris Copeland, and backup and No. 3 point-guards, C.J. Watson and Donald Sloan. Bird re-signed West and traded spare parts Miles Plumlee and Gerald Green along with the Pacers' lottery-protected 2014 first-round draft pick to Phoenix for power forward Luis Scola. "Once I took the job and got back, the first guy I wanted was C.J. Watson, but Scola's the guy," Bird said. "I wanted him for a couple years. I was very reluctant to trade a first-round pick but if we've got the team I think we have, that one extra guy can make a major difference." USA Today Sports

November 18, 2013 Updates
November 5, 2013 Updates

Candace Buckner: #Pacers PG George Hill (sore hip) is OUT tonight. Backup CJ Watson will get his second consecutive start. Twitter

August 11, 2013 Updates
July 13, 2013 Updates

Chris Sheridan: “I watched C.J. Watson play a lot for Brooklyn as well, and he ain’t all that good, okay? I’ll just put it that way. He’s a mediocre NBA point guard. He can give you maybe 12 good minutes a night but he’s not as fast as D.J. Augustin is. He’s maybe a little bit better of a shooter, but he’s not what you call a very good shooter. He’s a plug-in guy and he’s expendable. If the Indiana Pacers want to become a super-elite team, and like I said, they’re close – they’re top two in the East right now – then the point guard position is the one place where they need the biggest upgrade.” When you’re analyzing a situation, being blunt and objective is a necessity, and that’s what Sheridan did in explaining why he thinks the Pacers need to improve at the point guard position to truly be one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference. What he probably didn’t expect was that Watson would actually hear every word of it and have a response to what was said about him. Well, that’s what happened, as you can see below: CJ Watson: Not very good, expendable and streaky huh. I'm a make u eat ur words!!!! SheridanHoops

July 10, 2013 Updates
July 2, 2013 Updates

Point guard C.J. Watson agreed to a two-year contract with the Indiana Pacers, sources confirmed to ESPN The Magazine's Chris Broussard. Watson's agreement was earlier reported by HoopsWorld. Watson tweeted "keep up with the pace" on Monday, in an apparent nod to his choice of teams. ESPN.com

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