HoopsHype Josh Childress rumors

October 24, 2014 Updates

Well, Childress is now playing in Australia's NBL and he still has the afro. The mild-mannered part is a different story. In a game with his Sydney Kings, an angered Childress charged toward an opponent and leveled him with a vicious elbow. Sporting News

August 12, 2014 Updates

In what ranks as one of the biggest signings in the history of the National Basketball League, the MightyMite Sydney Kings are proud to announce that former NBA star Josh Childress will play for the team in the 2014/2015 NBL season. Sydney Kings

August 11, 2014 Updates

Childress has a contract offer by the Sidney Kings of Australian NBL and he is currently considering this option. After being cut last December by New Orleans, Childress’ career has been in a limbo, however money is not an issue for him. He was amnestied by Phoenix back in 2012 and he will be paid for the upcoming season a total of 7.3 m. US dollars by the Suns. Meanwhile, he got his sociology degree from Stanford and he was always a person open to new experiences and foreign cultures. EuroHoops.net

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Williams correctly points out the club could not anticipate second-year power forward Darius Miller suffering a stress fracture in his left foot that required corrective surgery in September, sidelining him indefinitely, nor the toe chip fracture sustained by forward Ryan Anderson that still keeps him off the floor and could for several more weeks. Tuesday moves, he said, have been pondered for the last few weeks. "I don't make rash decisions," Williams said. "It's like everybody always thinks the worst all the time. It's seven games. There's no need for all that. We're going to try to tweak our roster as best we can to try to get better. That's the bottom line." New Orleans Times-Picayune

October 25, 2013 Updates
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Childress, the sixth overall pick of the 2004 NBA draft, received almost four times more minutes than Silas and Mensah-Bonsu with Martell Webster sidelined because of a sprained left ankle. He scored five points, grabbed four rebounds and added a steal but was appreciative of the opportunity that he got to revitalize his career in Washington. “I’ve been around the league for a minute and I know that, you’re not always going to get playing time, you’re not always going to get a ton of touches,” he said. “You have to try and work through that and bring a bunch of other things to the table. I’m glad I came and we’ll see what happens in the future. I don’t have any expectations. Just kind of wait and continue to keep working and keep pushing.” Washington Post

After the Wizards’ regulars turned what was about to be a blowout loss into a lopsided victory, Wittman gave the tenuous trio one last opportunity to play as a way of recognizing the contributions that they had made since training camp. “You always like to play guys like that more than you’re able to,” Wittman said. “That’s the tough part about, having a bunch of those guys in the preseason, especially with us. We needed to get guys on the floor playing together. But they were great. Practiced hard, played like they did. X has a lot of confidence. Josh knows how to play. He’s been around the block. Pop. It was good to get them in.” Washington Post

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Former Atlanta forward Josh Childress will be among 40 or more free agents who will work out here as the Cavaliers continue to do their due diligence in the month leading up to the start of training camp, according to an NBA source. Childress' agent, Chris Emens, told HoopsHype.com his client would work out in Cleveland and San Antonio. Given the Cavs' current roster and salary situation, all the players face long odds of making the team, but some could earn invitations to training camp. Cleveland Plain Dealer

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