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December 19, 2014 Updates

The Mavs, who can only offer the minimum, have a homecourt advantage of sorts with O’Neal. He lives in the Dallas suburb of Southlake with his wife and two children. ESPN.com

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Six-time NBA All-Star Jermaine O'Neal says he intends to make a definitive declaration about his playing future early in 2015‎. In a conversation Friday with ESPN.com, O'Neal acknowledged that he knows various teams have expressed interest in signing him in recent months and said he has not ruled out coming back for what would be his 19th NBA season. ESPN.com

Woven Digital, a publisher of fast-growing pop culture news and entertainment sites which include UPROXX and BroBible, today announced that it has raised $18 million in Series A financing led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP). Also participating are Advancit Capital, The San Francisco 49ers, United Talent Agency, senior partners from leading entertainment law firm Ziffren Brittenhanm LLP, MySpace and SGN co-founder Chris DeWolfe, Buddy Media co-founder Mike Lazerow, and former NBA players Baron Davis and Jermaine O'Neal. IVP Principal Somesh Dash will join Woven's board of directors. PR Newswire

October 31, 2014 Updates
October 30, 2014 Updates

Jermaine O'Neal: My biggest issue now is I'm not sure what team to cheer for as a new fan? Or is it ok to have multiple teams? What do yall think? A lot of memories in some many great cities this is going to be a tuff decision. But I can say If I don't do well with this "being a fan" thing then I will think about playing again this year! To be continued on this! But as of right now I'm enjoying working out, being a business man, watching my daughter volleyball games, and training my son! Perfect. Twitter @jermaineoneal

September 28, 2014 Updates
September 25, 2014 Updates

The Warriors won’t look to re-sign center Jermaine O’Neal to fill their open roster spot, according to general manager Bob Myers, who two days earlier had left the door open to such a move. “He’s not going to come to (training) camp,” Myers, who is O’Neal’s former agent, said Thursday. “We’re going to go with our guys, our three centers we have — (Andrew) Bogut, (Festus) Ezeli, (Ognjen) Kuzmic. I think he’s still processing what he wants to do, still in the process of figuring it out. But for our purposes, he’s not going to be with us…He probably won’t be with us next year. The reason is nothing detrimental in regards to him, but we just have three guys that we have at the position, so he’d (have been) the fourth center, so that’s more why. Nothing negative. He was fantastic for us last year.” Contra Costa Times

September 24, 2014 Updates

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