HoopsHype Jerome Jordan rumors
The Knicks do have 7-footer Jerome Jordan playing overseas, but the team isn't confident that a reasonable buyout can be arranged to get him free so he can join the Knicks in-season. It would be a lot to ask of a rookie big man, who is still a bit of a project, to jump into a playoff race and play important minutes. Newsday
D'Antoni, speaking of the loss of the Russian rookie, cited their 2010 second-round pick, 7-footer Jerome Jordan, who is playing in Turkey and will be in training camp next October. "We developed Mozgov," D'Antoni said. "Now we have to develop another one." New York Post
Jerome Jordan, a seven-foot center from Jamaica whom the Knicks acquired in a trade with the Milwaukee Bucks last summer, is currently playing with a team in Serbia, but sat next to Walsh during practice Saturday in street clothes. Walsh said there are no plans for Jordan to return to the Knicks New York Daily News
Young center Jerome Jordan, who was acquired from Milwaukee and is currently playing in Europe, visited the Knicks yesterday. His club is on holiday break. Walsh is excited about Jordan's progress and said he can only hope Jordan emulates what one of his former Pacers -- Antonio Davis -- did by going to Europe. "He's getting a lot of coaching," Walsh said. "He's maturing. They just let the other center go. Jerome got 23 points in his last game." New York Post
Jerome Jordan hasn't received an offer from the New York Knicks, the NBA franchise that selected him in the last draft, and will finally start his professional career in Serbia. Hemofarm will be the next team for the 23-year-old Jamaican center, who averaged 15.4 points and 9.1 rebounds per game during his senior year with the University of Tulsa. The Hoops Market
Jerome Jordan, which NBA rights are held by the New York Knicks, could also play in Europe next season. The 23-year-old Jamaican center is on the radar of Hemofarm, and could land in the Serbian team if the Knicks finally doesn't sign him. Jordan has played during the last four seasons for the University of Tulsa, averaging 15.4 points and 9.1 rebounds per game. The Hoops Market
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