HoopsHype Travis Outlaw rumors

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One possible obstacle to the trade of Denver Nuggets guard Andre Miller to the Kings that seemed somewhat likely a few days ago? Travis Outlaw. The Sacramento forward is owed $3 million this season and another $3 million next, and the Kings' insistence that he be included in a possible deal with the Nuggets is one of the many reasons it hasn't happened (and may not). USA Today Sports

November 24, 2013 Updates

Redick landed hard on the floor and his teammates rushed to confront Outlaw and the Kings stepped in to defend Outlaw. But after review, the officials ruled Outlaw’s foul was worthy of an ejection. “When I reached out I couldn’t stop him from falling,” Outlaw said. “I was trying to but he was too strong and he went on down. It happens I guess.” Outlaw, however, did not expect to be ejected. “I was surprised but he fell kind of hard,” Outlaw said. “Then the (Clippers) rushing over there. I think the situation made it more than what it was.” Sacramento Bee

There’s a rivalry brewing between the Los Angeles Clippers and Sacramento Kings. Just after DeMarcus Cousins missed a shot at the buzzer to lose a hard-fought game against the Clippers (which featured a flagrat-2 ejection for Travis Outlaw), Cousins pulled Isaiah Thomas away from Chris Paul as the two met for a post-game handshake. For The Win

August 22, 2013 Updates

The Starkville Parks Commission will dedicate one of the Sportsplex's main buildings after NBA forward and Starkville native Travis Outlaw on Friday. Parks Director Herman Peters tells The Commercial Dispatch (http://bit.ly/186kx6Y ) that the 5:30 p.m. event will serve as a kickoff for Saturday's annual Travis Outlaw Day at McKee Park. Seymour Tribune

December 24, 2012 Updates

Outlaw’s previous season-high was 11 points, which he had twice, including at the Rose Garden during the Kings’ 99-80 win. But he was scoreless in five games before Sunday, including two games when he did not play at all. “I want to do well every night,” Outlaw said. “I mean, it’s nice going against your former team and playing well. You just have to be thankful for every opportunity that you get to play and hope that it leads to more.” Oregonian

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The Sacramento Kings have been awarded former New Jersey Nets forward Travis Outlaw after placing the highest bid in the NBA’s amnesty waiver process, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. After Nets coach Avery Johnson pushed for his signing a year ago, Outlaw received a five-year, $35 million free-agent deal, but never delivered the type of production that warranted the contract. New Jersey used the amnesty clause to waive him. Yahoo! Sports

Outlaw signed a five-year contract worth $35 million with the New Jersey Nets last season. The Kings did not disclose how much they bid for Outlaw, though a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed reports the bid was $3 million a season. Outlaw had been rumored to be a possibility to be waived under the amnesty clause. The Nets did so Friday, the last day players could be waived under the clause. "It got a little nerve-racking," said Outlaw's agent, Bill Duffy. "But he's familiar with the West, having played for Portland." Sacramento Bee

December 17, 2011 Updates

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