HoopsHype Chris Smith rumors

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With the Showcase currently underway, RidiculousUpside.com has learned through multiple sources that Smith is likely to sign with the Los Angeles D-Fenders. One source added that the team has a decent spot on the league's waiver wire order, which may have aided them in such an acquisition. Ridiculous Upside

January 4, 2014 Updates

After being waived by the New York Knicks recently to make room for Jeremy Tyler, Chris Smith (J.R. Smith’s brother) has signed into the NBA D-League according to a team source. Smith played with New York’s NBADL affiliate (Erie BayHawks) earlier this season, and averaged 11.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 2.6 assists in 24.6 minutes. D-League Digest

January 2, 2014 Updates

J.R. Smith broke his silence on his brother Chris Smith getting cut Tuesday, saying he’s “over it.” Smith revealed he was called into a meeting the day before the official waiver where president Steve Mills broke the news to the two of them. The Knicks cut Smith to open a roster spot for big man Jeremy Tyler. “I wasn’t happy, but I couldn’t do nothing about it,” J.R. Smith said Thursday. New York Post

“I’m not worried about Instagram,” J.R. said before the game Thursday vs. the Spurs. “I got to play the Spurs tonight and that’s my main focus. I’m not worried about it now,” J.R. added. “It’s my brother’s problem now. I’m over it. I’m fine with everybody. I have no problems with nobody.” New York Post

December 31, 2013 Updates

The New York Knicks have decided to waive Chris Smith. The Knicks finalized the move Tuesday to create a roster spot for big man Jeremy Tyler, who has been playing for the Erie BayHawks, the Knicks' D-League affiliate, since going to training camp with New York. ESPN.com

December 30, 2013 Updates

The Knicks have made the decision to waive controversial point guard Chris Smith to make room for big man Jeremy Tyler on the team's 15-man roster, according to a source close to the situation. J.R. Smith, Chris's older brother, didn't seem too pleased by the move. On Monday afternoon, he posted a picture on his Instagram account of Robert DeNiro staring disconcertingly at Sharon Stone in a scene from the film, "Casino" with the caption: "You know the sad thing about betrayal? It never comes from an enemy." New York Daily News

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