HoopsHype Lorenzo Brown rumors

January 27, 2014 Updates

The Philadelphia 76ers today announced that they have assigned guard Lorenzo Brown to the Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League. This marks Brown’s fourth assignment to the Sevens this season. He has appeared in seven D-League games, averaging 19 points, seven assists and five rebounds. He has appeared in 18 games for the Sixers. NBA.com

January 15, 2014 Updates

The 76ers have recalled reserve Lorenzo Brown from the Delaware 87ers, their NBA Development League team on Wednesday. The rookie point guard went down to the 87ers on Tuesday just to play in the 123-114 setback to the Iowa Energy at Bob Carpenter Center. Brown had 22 points, 8 assists, 7 rebounds and 7 steals in the game. That was the third time he was sent down to the Sevens this season. Brown has averaged 19 points, and 7 assists in seven D-League games. In 15 appearances with the Sixers, Brown averaged 3.2 points and 1.9 assists and 11.3 minutes of action. Philadelphia Inquirer

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The Philadelphia 76ers today announced that they have recalled guards Lorenzo Brown and Elliot Williams from the Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League. Brown (6-5, 186) was assigned to the Sevens on December 26, 2013 and appeared in five games, averaging 18 points, eight assists and five rebounds. Williams (6-5, 180) was assigned to the Sevens on January 5, 2014 and had 19 points, five rebounds and five assists in his only game played. NBA.com

December 26, 2013 Updates

The Philadelphia 76ers today announced that they have assigned guard Lorenzo Brown to the Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League. Brown was a member of the Springfield Armor before signing as a free agent with the Sixers on Nov. 20. He was the third GATORADE Call-Up of the NBADL season. Brown has appeared in 13 games with the Sixers. NBA.com

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Timberwolves brass has two choices when the final roster spots are filled before opening night, decisions that, barring a trade or free-agent signing, will force Flip Saunders and Rick Adelman to decide between veteran savvy and rookie potential. If it is life experiences they want, fifth-year guard A.J. Price has them and maybe then some. Price was invited to training camp partly because of his connection with new Wolves General Manager Milt Newton from the season they spent together in Washington a year ago, partly because of three seasons with the Pacers and one with the Wizards. And partly because of two transformational years in college when he went two seasons without basketball because of complicated brain surgery and his own decisions. At age 27, he is trying to stay in the NBA with an opportunity he admits was the only real one that didn’t involve playing overseas. He is competing with fellow veteran Othyus Jeffers and rookies Lorenzo Brown and Robbie Hummel for the team’s final two jobs because of what Adelman calls his professionalism and Price himself attributes to life’s lessons learned. Minneapolis Star-Tribune

September 26, 2013 Updates
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Chase Budinger, Dante Cunningham, Ronny Turiaf, Shabazz Muhammad, Gorgui Dieng, Lorenzo Brown and Robbie Hummel were all on hand Friday and participating in a 5-on-5 scrimmage. The chance to come in early allows rookies like Muhammad, Dieng and Brown to get familiar with the facilities and some of the training regimens prior to Training Camp. For guys like Budinger and Cunningham, it’s a way to get re-acquainted with the day-to-day grind. NBA.com

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