HoopsHype Darrell Arthur rumors


January 29, 2013 Updates

If talks with the Raptors do progress, according to sources, it's possible that a trade with Memphis could expand to include other teams and players. NBA front-office sources have maintained for weeks that Calderon (who has an expiring contract), fellow Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry (only $1 million in guaranteed salary next season) and former No. 1 overall pick Andrea Bargnani all are available. ESPN.com

December 15, 2012 Updates
November 3, 2012 Updates

Grizzlies forward Darrell Arthur is on this road trip with the team, and one would think he's playing given his appearance before tipoffs. A sweat-drenched Arthur walked off the court Friday night about an hour before the Griz faced the Golden State Warriors. The 6-9 reserve isn't cleared to play or participate in contact practices. But Arthur works relentlessly on his conditioning and has targeted Dec. 1 for his return to action from the leg fracture he suffered in September. Memphis Commercial Appeal

September 26, 2012 Updates
July 13, 2012 Updates

The Memphis Grizzlies re-signed forwards Marreese Speights and Darrell Arthur to multi-year contracts, Grizzlies General Manger and Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Wallace announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed. NBA.com

July 11, 2012 Updates
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June 6, 2012 Updates

That plan would leave the Warriors trying to fill the backup big-man and backup point-guard slots with only the mid-level exception. Team sources said, given those circumstances, they probably would go into the season with Jenkins as the backup point guard and hope to land Memphis' Darrell Arthur, who is coming off a torn ACL; the Clippers' Reggie Evans or the Nets' Kris Humphries as their backup big man. They also could bring back Kwame Brown, because some in the Warriors' front office believe Bogut could log some minutes at power forward. San Francisco Chronicle

June 4, 2012 Updates
January 28, 2012 Updates

By declining the options this week on four lottery picks from the 2009 draft -- No. 2 Hasheem Thabeet, No. 6 Jonny Flynn, No. 8 Jordan Hill and No. 11 Terrence Williams -- Houston reduced its 2012-13 payroll by nearly $18 million: $17,577,291 to be exact. The Rockets drafted none of the four, who become unrestricted free agents in July, acquiring all of them in separate trades with Memphis (Thabeet), Minnesota (Flynn), New York (Hill) and New Jersey (Williams). ... The Grizzlies and Thunder on Friday were granted Disabled Player Exceptions to spend on replacements for players lost for the season to injury: Darrell Arthur and Eric Maynor. Both exceptions expire March 12; Arthur's is valued at $1,013,560 and Maynor's is $758,348. The exceptions can be used to sign one player or claim a player on waivers without exceeding the respective assignment amounts of $1,113,560 in Arthur's case and $858,340 in Maynor's. Disabled Player Exceptions cannot be applied to trades except when the player is in the final year of his contract. ESPN.com

December 23, 2011 Updates

Memphis Grizzlies forward Darrell Arthur underwent season-ending surgery to repair a torn right Achilles tendon, general manager Chris Wallace announced today. The surgery was performed Thursday by team physician Dr. Fred Azar and Dr. Drew Murphy at the Campbell Surgery Center. Arthur, a 6-9 power forward, suffered the injury Dec. 18 during practice. He will begin post-operative rehabilitation after what doctors deem an appropriate period of healing. Memphis Commercial Appeal

December 20, 2011 Updates
December 19, 2011 Updates

The Grizzlies' already undermanned frontcourt now must endure an unexpected and potentially devastating loss. Forward Darrell Arthur left practice Sunday morning with what was believed to be a torn right Achilles and the fear is that he might be lost for the entire 2011-12 season, according to sources with knowledge of situation. Memphis Commercial Appeal

December 18, 2011 Updates

Grizzlies forward Darrell Arthur left practice this morning with a serious Achilles injury and the fear is that he might be lost for the entire 2011-12 season, according to sources with knowledge of situation. An early diagnosis by the team's medical staff indicated that Arthur might have suffered a torn left Achilles. The 6-9 reserve had just returned to practice after missing time with a sore right Achilles. The Griz were already thin at the power forward and center positions. Memphis Commercial Appeal

May 5, 2011 Updates

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