HoopsHype Cole Aldrich rumors

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The Knicks announced Tuesday they have added another big man to the training-camp roster in 6-foot-11 center Cole Aldrich, the former Kansas star drafted 11th in 2010. He’s been signed to a non-guaranteed contract. Aldrich, considered a draft bust, has played 89 games in three seasons with Oklahoma City, Houston and Sacramento. Last season, he averaged 2.2 points and 2.7 rebounds in 8.6 minutes over 45 games, split between the Rockets and Kings. New York Post

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Jon Santiago: Free agent center Cole Aldrich worked out for the #SacKings yesterday source confirms to CK. Brief story coming up here in a few. Twitter @itsjonsantiago

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In two seasons in Oklahoma City, Aldrich played in just 44 games behind Kendrick Perkins and Serge Ibaka patrolling the paint. In Houston, he played 30 games behind center Omer Asik, who was signed by the Rockets before the season. "My first two years, I really haven't played too much in the league," Aldrich said. "I've just been working hard - that's the biggest thing. And now I've gotten some minutes, and it's showing. The hard work that I've put in is starting to pay off." Sacramento Bee

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The surprise trade sent Patterson, along with Cole Aldrich and Toney Douglas were shipped to Sacramento in exchange for Thomas Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt on Wednesday. "For me it was a big surprise, I had no idea or any clue that I was going to get traded," the 23-year-old Patterson told News10 from Houston on Thursday afternoon. "I had a belief that I was still going to be wearing a Houston Rockets uniform, but obviously it didn't work out that way. "I was definitely surprised, shocked and caught off guard," he said. news10.net

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