HoopsHype Ramon Sessions + Trade rumors

October 28, 2014 Updates

Gasol has stuck in his craw a failed 2009 trade — driven by former Griz coach Marc Iavaroni — that would have sent Conley to Milwaukee for Ramon Sessions and Joe Alexander. Conley hasn’t dwelled on it. He’s instead allowed his play to speak loudly as one of the main voices among the Grizzlies’ cry for relevancy as a Western Conference contender. Conley is coming off a season in which he averaged a career-best 17.2 points by attacking the rim at a rate that ranked 15th in the league. Conley’s 8.6 turnovers per 100 possessions ranked third among point guards behind Chris Paul and Jose Calderon. “Man,” forward Zach Randolph said, “I don’t know where we would be without Mike.” Memphis Commercial Appeal

August 28, 2014 Updates

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

August 25, 2014 Updates
March 15, 2014 Updates

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

February 20, 2014 Updates

Marc Stein: Hearing Bobcats continue to press for Bucks G Gary Neal and trying before deadline in 7+ hours to sell MILW on Ramon Sessions-for-Neal deal Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

July 12, 2012 Updates
June 20, 2012 Updates

"We will try to sign Sessions when the rules allow beginning in July," he says. "And improve the bench." No major free-agent signings, no blockbuster trades? "No," he says. Los Angeles Times

May 24, 2012 Updates
March 24, 2012 Updates
March 17, 2012 Updates

The Cavaliers knew that Ramon Sessions was going to opt-out after the season so they wanted to get something in return for him. Sessions wanted to be a starter and we all know that wasn’t going to happen in Cleveland. The Cavaliers are trying to stockpile first-round picks and, honestly, it’s not a bad strategy given this draft class. Cleveland will be able to draft several quality prospects to put around Kyrie Irvin or they’ll be able to package their picks together to move up or make a big trade on draft night. They know that his draft is loaded with talent, which is why they were willing to take back Luke Walton’s contract for another pick. HoopsWorld

March 15, 2012 Updates

Adrian Wojnarowski: As part of the Ramon Sessions package, the Lakers sent Jason Kapono to Cleveland, league source tells Y! Sports. Twitter

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