HoopsHype Justin Holiday rumors


September 17, 2013 Updates

Miami has recently expressed interest in a number of free agents including Von Wafer, Julyan Stone, Vander Blue, Yakhouba Diawara, Larry Drew II, Je’Kel Foster and Justin Holiday among others, according to sources close to the situation. All of these players recently worked out for the HEAT. Miami may bring in several other free agents for additional workouts in the coming days. HoopsWorld

September 16, 2013 Updates

Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia is still on the market looking for the last addition to finalize the roster for the coming season. Lazar Hayward and Justin Holiday are the two main targets of the team with Cory Higgins being the third choice. Hayward spent last season in D-League with D-Fenders averaging 15.9ppg and 8.1rpg. Sportando

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Reggio Emilia is looking for the last addition to close the roster for the coming season. The main target is DJ Kennedy, as confirmed by the sports director of the Italian Team. Justin Holiday is the first alternative and Aaron Harper the last name pursued. "He is not 100% ready to move overseas. He is not fully convinced to leave America for Europe and he wants to think deeply before making the final decision. We spoke with him on the phone but we really want to try to convince him to join us. We are ready to make him a proposal already discussed with his agent" said Frosini. Sportando

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The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that they have signed guard Justin Holiday. Per team policy, terms of the contract are not disclosed. Holiday is the 31st GATORADE Call-Up of the 2012-13 NBA Development League season. He will wear #14. In order to make room on the roster for Holiday, the Sixers waived guard Jeremy Pargo. Holiday (6-6, 180) appeared in 47 games with 42 starts for the Idaho Stampede in the D-League this season, averaging 17.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2.43 steals and 1.17 blocks in 34.7 minutes per game while shooting 42.1% from the floor, 41.2% from 3-point range and 81.6% from the line. NBA.com

Justin Holiday, Jrue's older brother, has signed a contract with the 76ers for the remainder of the season and will be at the team's practice Monday at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. In 47 games with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League, the 6-foot-6 guard averaged 17.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 2.4 steals. The Sixers had the maximum of 15 players on the roster. They were likely to waive a player - Jeremy Pargo or Charles Jenkins - to make room for the 23-year-old Holiday. Philadelphia Inquirer

The Sixers aren't bringing Holiday back simply because of his brother, 22, a first-time all star this season. The plan most likely calls for the elder Holiday to rejoin the Sixers in the summer league so they can get another look at his growth as a player. "Personally, I think I have done everything I possibly can to show that I should be there," Holiday told the University of Washington Insider. "It's just up to GMs and what they want." Philadelphia Inquirer

March 31, 2013 Updates

Marc J. Spears: Sixers to call up guard Justin Holiday, brother of Sixers guard Jrue Holiday, from the NBDL Idaho Stampede, source tells Y! Sports. Twitter @SpearsNBAYahoo

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The Trail Blazers took the first step Friday toward finalizing their final roster for Wednesday's season opener when they informed Coby Karl, Adam Morrison and Justin Holiday that they will be waived Saturday. The cuts will bring the Blazers’ roster to 15, the league maximum. Portland will send in waiver paperwork to the league Saturday, but team officials informed the players after Friday’s practice, and they will not take part in the Blazers practice Saturday. Oregonian

October 24, 2012 Updates

After Thursday’s game, the Blazers have a practice Friday before they make their final roster cuts to get down to the league maximum of 15 players. The Blazers already have 15 players under contract for the season, meaning Karl, Morrison and Justin Holiday will likely be cut Saturday. Teams have to turn in their final rosters Monday, but most will trim their rosters by Saturday to give players a chance to clear waivers by Monday. Oregonian

October 13, 2012 Updates

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