HoopsHype Kyle Weaver rumors


March 30, 2011 Updates

The Jazz plan to sign guard Kyle Weaver to a 10-day contract, calling the 6-foot-6, 200-pound player up from the NBA Development League's Austin Toros. Utah general manager Kevin O'Connor announced the move Wednesday while the Jazz were practicing at the team workout facility. "We like his experience," O'Connor said. "We like the fact that he can play a couple different positions." Salt Lake Tribune

December 28, 2010 Updates
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December 20, 2010 Updates

Some options include bringing back Hudson, signing free agent Jannero Pargo or Patrick Beverley, or plucking from the NBA Developmental League Mustafa Shakur or Kyle Weaver. But Wall is anxious to get back on the floor and assume his undisputed position within the team. "I've got to be the leader," Wall said. "I've got to get here early, I got to be the last one to leave. I've got to speak up, talk in huddles. They are gong to hold me accountable for more things. I'm going to accept the challenge." Washington Post

December 6, 2010 Updates

“Coming here from the league (Oklahoma City the last two seasons), I wanted to be a leader and win,” Weaver said by phone from Des Moines just before Iowa beat the Dakota Wizards. “I wanted to make a statement to myself and the other guys that I came from the league, but I’m here to play and win and help guys, be a leader, watch tape, work with the coaches, be a complete player.” NBA.com

“I figured coming here would be the best option for keeping my name out there,” said Weaver. “But knowing I’d get a chance to play was the biggest thing. It was a weird feeling (with the Bulls). All the coaches kept telling me I was doing great. There was so much positive feedback and I felt like I got better the longer I was there, so it stung a little bit. But at the end of the day it’s a business. NBA.com

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August 4, 2010 Updates

Despite the previous agreement between both parts, Kyle Weaver won't play next season for Maccabi Tel Aviv. The 24-year-old American guard wants to try to earn a spot in an NBA team in a training camp, and the Israeli team has decided not to wait for him. Maccabi will focus now on landing a big man. To reach to a definitive agreement with Sofoklis Schortsanitis is right now the main target for Maccabi. The Hoops Market

August 3, 2010 Updates

Kyle Weaver, according to a source close to the situation, is not so close to Maccabi Tel Aviv, as reported in the morning by Krem.com. "If anything he is much closer to signing with the Knicks or someone like that than Maccabi" wrote the source. Former Thunder player is furious because he has not agreed with any team yet. The rumors could hurt Maccabi's chances at signing him. Sportando

Kyle Weaver will continue his career in Israel. The 24-year-old American guard, recently waived by the Oklahoma City Thunder has accepted the offer from Maccabi Tel Aviv. Weaver, who could be officially soon by Maccabi, leaves the NBA after playing during his first two years as a professional for the Thunder. The Hoops Market

July 30, 2010 Updates
July 27, 2010 Updates

OKC to waive G-F Kyle Weaver before Aug. 1 to keep from guaranteeing contract for next season, source tells Y! Maccabi already offered deal. Twitter

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