HoopsHype Kris Joseph rumors

January 13, 2013 Updates

Free agent forward Kris Joseph, recently waived by the Boston Celtics, is looking at options from several overseas teams right now, agent Chris Grier-Luchey told HoopsHype. Grier-Luchey said Joseph has offers from Italy, France and China, but may also consider playing in the D-League and wait for a 10-day contract. HoopsHype

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First-round picks Jared Sullinger and Fab Melo and second-round choice Kris Joseph all signed contracts yesterday morning, meaning all three will play their first games as Celtics this weekend in the Orlando summer league. The Celtics also added some familiar names to what now is an 11-man lineup, including Craig Brackins, a 6-foot-10 forward and 2010 first-round pick (by Oklahoma Ciy) who played for Philadelphia last season and spent a lot of time with the Celtics’ Development League affiliate, the Maine Red Claws. Boston Herald

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The Monday workout will also feature guard Cameron Tatum (Tennessee) and forwards Kevin Jones (West Virginia), Kris Joseph (Syracuse) and Andrew Nicholson (St. Bonaventure). Memphis Commercial Appeal

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The Bucks opened a series of draft workouts Sunday at the Cousins Center, a session heavy on guard talent and featuring Marquette's Darius Johnson-Odom and Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor. Also competing in the six-player workout were 6-7 senior guard Kris Joseph of Syracuse, 6-6 senior guard Chris Johnson of Dayton, 6-5 freshman guard Tony Wroten of Washington and 6-4 junior guard Jared Cunningham of Oregon Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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The Nets again are holding a mass pre-draft workout this weekend with 44 NBA hopefuls scheduled to attend. The Nets, who are holding the workout in conjunction with the Rockets, staged a similar combine last year. All 30 NBA teams are expected to have representatives on hand to watch skill tests and 5-on-5 competition for the mostly second rounders. Nope, no one from Kentucky. There will be a lot of local talent including Big East Player of the Year Jae Crowder of Marquette, a 6-6 235-pound forward. Other familiar faces are 6 -7 Syracuse forward Kris Joseph, 6-1 Iona guard Scott Machado and 6-0 Xavier guard by way of Long Island Tu Holloway. New York Post

March 22, 2011 Updates

When asked about his plans for next year, junior forward Kris Joseph said he will "work hard, be a senior leader and lead these guys like Rick did. Without him, no telling how far we would have went." Joseph added he was "looking forward to next year's season already." There had been speculation that Joseph might enter the NBA Draft. At times during the 2010-2011 season www.nbadraft.net predicted that Joseph could be a mid-first round pick. CNYCentral.com

March 21, 2011 Updates

The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team may be losing one of its star players, but another says he will be back next year for another run at an NCAA championship. Small forward Kris Joseph, a starter on this year’s squad and a third team all-Big East selection, tells CNY Central’s Alex Dunbar and John Evenson that he will return for his senior year. He told CNY Central that he plans to come back for one more shot at a title, and be the leader of the team in 2011-12. Joseph has been mentioned as a possible candidate to leave school early and test the waters of the NBA Draft, but this announcement could put those rumors to rest. CNYCentral.com

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