HoopsHype Ramon Sessions rumors

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Free-agent guard Ramon Sessions has reached agreement on a two-year, $4.2 million deal with the Sacramento Kings, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Sessions, one of the best available players left on the market, will join free agent Darren Collison and rookie Nik Stauskas as fresh faces in the Kings' backcourt rotation. The Kings are using the bi-annual exception provision to sign Sessions. Yahoo! Sports

Adrian Wojnarowski: Sessions will sign a two-year deal for $4.2m, using the bi-annual exception, sources tell Yahoo. Twitter @WojYahooNBA

Shams Charania: Ramon Sessions' two-year free agent deal with the Sacramento Kings is fully guaranteed -- no options -- source tells RealGM. Twitter @ShamsCharania

Sam Amick: Kings have big plans for Ramon Sessions, who (as Yahoo reported) has agreed to 2-year, $4.2 mil deal (bi-annual). See him as combo guard. Twitter @sam_amick

September 11, 2014 Updates

A couple of teams have been trying to secure Sessions before camp and word is he may be closing in on a deal. The Houston Rockets had expressed a lot of interest in Sessions, but couldn’t get a deal done through Milwaukee. They ultimately agreed to a trade for Jason Terry instead. Basketball Insiders

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Jonathan Feigen: Limited interest. Chance of anything "unlikely." RT @javyeffbaby: @Jonathan Feigen anymore news on Rockets trying to acquire Ramon Session? Twitter @Jonathan_Feigen

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For Sessions, who had a prominent role in Bobcats’ nightly rotation, news of the deal completely blindsided the veteran who fully believed he was safe in Charlotte. “To be honest the trade was kind of last minute,” Sessions told Basketball Insiders on being dealt to Milwaukee. “I didn’t really hear too much coming up to the trade deadline but as we got closer I started getting calls from my agent and hearing certain things were happening behind the scenes. But it’s one of those things in the league that when it happens, you got to pack up and be ready to move on to another team.” Basketball Insiders

March 14, 2014 Updates

One of the last deals to be announced, at the deadline, was the Charlotte Bobcats’ decision to send guard Ramon Sessions and forward Jeff Adrien to the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for guards Gary Neal and Luke Ridnour. For Sessions, who had a prominent role in Bobcats’ nightly rotation, news of the deal completely blindsided the veteran who fully believed he was safe in Charlotte. “To be honest the trade was kind of last minute,” Sessions told Basketball Insiders on being dealt to Milwaukee. “I didn’t really hear too much coming up to the trade deadline but as we got closer I started getting calls from my agent and hearing certain things were happening behind the scenes. But it’s one of those things in the league that when it happens, you got to pack up and be ready to move on to another team.” Basketball Insiders

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