HoopsHype Ramon Sessions rumors

October 13, 2012 Updates

Worried that he could be traded, Sessions opted out of the final year of his contract. Even if he hadn't, Sessions believed the Lakers could have dealt him to get a marquee point guard in free agency like Steve Nash or Deron Williams in a sign-and-trade deal. "It was one of those situations I looked at like, 'If I do come back what if they trade me?' " Sessions said. "There were talks about getting Deron. They always wanted the bigger-named guy. What if I get traded to a team and it's my contract year? It was one of those things that I can't say if I opted in, [Nash] wouldn't have come. They still might have tried to get him. You just never know." Yahoo! Sports

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The Charlotte Bobcats have agreed to a two-year contract with former Los Angeles Lakers point guard Ramon Sessions. Sessions' agent, Jared Karnes, confirmed to ESPNLosAngeles.com that Sessions and the Bobcats agreed to a two-year guaranteed contract on Thursday. ESPN.com

D.J Augustin is gone at point guard, free agent Ramon Sessions will replace him, and power forward Kris Humphries and center Brendan Haywood could end up Charlotte Bobcats, too. The Bobcats came to terms with Sessions Thursday, then rescinded a $4 million-plus qualifying offer to four-year Bobcat Augustin. That made Augustin an unrestricted free agent, and immediately Augustin signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Indiana Pacers. Charlotte Observer

Marc J. Spears: Point guard Ramon Sessions landing a two-year deal with Bobcats, source tells Yahoo! Sports. Twitter

The Charlotte Bobcats have an agreement in principle to sign veteran point guard Ramon Sessions, an informed source told the Observer Thursday. A contract signing is expected soon, as Sessions was traveling Thursday and unavailable to finish paperwork. Charlotte Observer

Sessions, an unrestricted free agent who finished last season with the Los Angeles Lakers, has drawn interest from the Bobcats, an informed source said. Haywood, a center who grew up in Greensboro and played for North Carolina, will reportedly be waived by the Dallas Mavericks under the NBA’s amnesty clause. Charlotte Observer

July 11, 2012 Updates
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The Dallas Mavericks did not advance discussions with free agent point guard Ramon Sessions over the weekend, however those talks are likely to resume Monday, according to a source close to the situation. The Mavs and Houston Rockets appear to be at the top of Sessions' list because of the possibility of assuming a starting role for either club. ESPN.com

Sessions would have made $4.55 million next season with the Los Angeles Lakers had he not opted out of the final year of his deal. The source said Sessions is seeking to begin negotiations north of that salary, however the 26-year-old, initially looking for the security of a long-term deal, is said to be willing to consider flexibility depending on the situation and details of an offer. ESPN.com

July 6, 2012 Updates

The Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets, Southwest Division rivals in need of a starting point guard, are both in discussions with Ramon Sessions. A source said the Mavs had a second round of talks with Session's agent and that the Rockets are now in play for the 6-foot-3 guard seeking a starting job and the security of a multiyear deal. ESPN.com

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