HoopsHype Sergio Rodriguez rumors


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Ex Knicks guard Sergio Rodriguez was caught by surprise by the news of New York's interest in Argentinean playmaker Pablo Prigioni, his former teammate at Real Madrid. "Pablo is a great player and he can play anywhere," Rodriguez said. "I don't know what kind of expectations they have for him, but I'm sure he can play over there." Rodriguez added with a chuckle: "He's going to be an experienced rookie." Sulia

Sergio Rodriguez has no plans to give the NBA another try for now. "I finished the season strong and I'm happy," the Spaniard said. "I have some unfinished businesses (in Real Madrid). We're a young group and we're on the way up." Sulia

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Sergio Rodriguez played in 39 games for the Sacramento Kings, averaging 13.3 minutes and 6.0 points per game. Basketballvalue.com confirms that Tyreke Evans and Rodriguez were, at times, on the court together. As you see in the video below, apparently Rodriguez didn’t make much of an impression during his brief time on the court together with Tyreke. Or while he was in the game and Evans was on the bench. Or in practice. Or in the locker room. Or on the team plane. Seriously, how is this possible? Maybe Tyreke came up with a nickname for Sergio that was so good that he never really felt the need to learn his real name. NBCSports.com

July 6, 2010 Updates

After the arrival of Sergio Rodriguez, Real Madrid is close to making another impressive move for the next seasons. The Spanish powerhouse will be extending the contract of Sergio Llul until the end of the season 2013/14. Sportando

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But the international market was said to be enamored by the ebullient playmaker, and Sergio became one of the first big names to sign with a big European club today when Ettore Messina's Real Madrid announced it has locked up Rodriguez on a three-year deal. Madrid has more Euroleague titles than any other club, but hasn't won the big prize since 1995. The team was knocked out of the 2009-10 Euroleague quarterfinals by Ricky Rubio's Barcelona, and was knocked out of the semifinals of the ACB playoffs by eventual champ Baskonia. FanHouse.com

Sergio Rodriguez, the 6'3 Canarian point guard so bombastic he earned the Jason Williams-inspired nickname "Spanish Chocolate," just couldn't set his NBA career on the right path over the past four seasons. He struggled to find a consistent role under conservative coach Nate McMillan in Portland, was stuck behind rookie sensation Tyreke Evans in Sacramento and failed to stand out on a depleted Knicks squad. And despite a thin free agent crop of point guards, Rodriguez's stateside prospects were pretty glum now that his rookie contract has ended. FanHouse.com

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Not only the agent of Sergio Rodríguez denies any agreement with Real Madrid. The 23-year-old has also slammed the rumors about his signing for any team, and has declared that he still doesn't know where he will play next season. Rodríguez is at the end of his expiring contract with the New York Knicks, though the NBA team has an option to extend the player to another year. The Hoops Market

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