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December 20, 2011 Updates

Scott Howard-Cooper: Clippers looking at Alexis Ajinca at backup center. Possibility of signing today. Gadzuric, Diogu also on the radar. Twitter

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Some news from organizers of the upcoming interesting Holland-based EuroJam 2011 tournament, which pits NCAA men’s and women’s sides against European national teams. Confirmed for the tournament are NBA Dutchmen Francisco Elson of the Utah Jazz and Dan Gadzuric of the New Jersey Nets – BallinEurope can’t help but speculate as to whether the latter will be using his off-time during the tournament to field offers from European clubs, what with the mass exodus of Nets to the Continent. Ball In Europe

March 5, 2011 Updates

Dutch center Dan Gadzuric insists that his future lies with the Nets, for the time being at least. Gadzuric arrived in Jersey last month from the Golden State Warriors but has seen limited minutes and was reportedly in discussion over a buyout. “I don’t think that’s going to be happening right now,” said Gadzuric. “I’m with the Nets, that’s who I’m planning being with and I’m happy about that.” ESPN.com

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The basketball operations staff is keeping a close eye on the waiver wire and seeing which players are bought out by March 1 (the deadline for players to be free from their old clubs so they can be eligible for the playoffs with a new team). According to sources, the Celtics are hoping the talk of Troy Murphy being available comes true. They are said to have interest also in Dan Gadzuric, Sasha Pavlovic and Jason Kapono. Boston Herald

February 24, 2011 Updates

The Golden State Warriors have acquired forward Troy Murphy from the New Jersey Nets, along with the Nets’ 2012 second round draft pick, in exchange for forward Brandan Wright and center Dan Gadzuric, the team announced today. Murphy, 30, has appeared in 18 games this season for the Nets, averaging 3.6 points and 4.2 rebounds in 16.0 minutes per contest. Originally drafted by Golden State with the 14th selection in the 2001 NBA Draft, Murphy has appeared in 639 regular-season games over 10 seasons with Golden State, Indiana and New Jersey, averaging 11.8 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 29.0 minutes per contest. NBA.com

February 23, 2011 Updates

Alex Kennedy: The New Jersey Nets will likely buyout Dan Gadzuric, source tells HOOPSWORLD. He's another cheap option for teams that need frontcourt help. Twitter

In a swift and astonishing comeback from their failed pursuit of Carmelo Anthony, New Jersey also will get Dan Gadzuric and Brandan Wright from Golden State, which will buy out Murphy, sources said. Murphy is considering signing with Boston, Miami or Orlando once his buyout is complete. CBSSports.com

After nearly two months of trying to find a trade for him, the New Jersey Nets are near an agreement to send Troy Murphy to the Golden State Warriors for Brandan Wright and Dan Gadzuric, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. The trade is expected to be completed on Wednesday, but could still become larger with the inclusion of Nets point guard Devin Harris into a three-team package – most likely with Portland or Dallas, sources said. Yahoo! Sports

The Warriors, who would also receive a 2012 second-round pick from the Nets, will buy out the remainder of the $12 million owed Murphy in the final year of his contract and allow him to become a free agent. Yahoo! Sports

February 22, 2011 Updates

Troy Murphy could go to Golden State for two nondescript big men: Brandan Wright and Dan Gadzuric. There’s also a Portland deal that has Murphy and Harris (with nearly $21 million in salary) going to the Blazers for Miller and Joel Przybilla (carrying under $15 million in salary). Either a third team or another player would be needed to make that trade work. “I’ve heard Portland and I’ve heard Golden State but I really don’t know,” Murphy said Tuesday. “But at least it will be resolved within 48 hours.” New York Post

November 26, 2010 Updates

Suspect as a rebounder because of his build and still trying to develop more variety offensively to complement his undeniable shot-blocking ability, Wright will be a restricted free agent at season's end if he’s not moved by the Warriors first. There aren't any strong signals that anything’s imminent, but this much we know: The 23-year-old belongs with Dan Gadzuric and Vladimir Radmanovic on list of Golden State "gettables." ESPN.com

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