HoopsHype E'Twaun Moore rumors

September 18, 2014 Updates

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has signed guard E’Twaun Moore (EE-twan). In accordance with team policy, terms of the contract were not announced. NBA.com

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Former Orlando Magic guard E’Twaun Moore will sign with the Chicago Bulls in the next few days, according to sources. Several reports indicated the young guard was joining the Cleveland Cavaliers but those rumors are false. Moore spent the last two seasons in Orlando as a back up to Jameer Nelson and Arron Afflalo. The 25-year-old shooting guard out of Purdue was selected 55 overall in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics. The Magic signed Moore through free agency on Sept. 6, 2012. Sports Talk Florida

August 14, 2014 Updates

Former Orlando Magic guard E’Twaun Moore will sign with the Chicago Bulls in the next few days, according to sources. Several reports indicated the young guard was joining the Cleveland Cavaliers but those rumors are false. Sports Talk Florida

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E'Twaun Moore is signing with Olimpia Milano a one-year deal, according to sources. The American guard spent his entire career in the NBA but a short stint with Treviso in Italy during the lockout. Moore is free agent after his contract with Orlando expired in June. Sportando

July 31, 2014 Updates

After the signing of Shawn James Olimpia Milano's frontcourt is complete. The team has now to dedicate his attentions to the shooting-guard, who will replace Daniel Hackett. The team has one favourite name: former Orlando Magic E'Twaun Moore. The player is without contract in NBA and is still searching for a new one in USA, but there are reasons to belive he can consider the possibility to come back to Europe if a top team like Milan will to make him an important offer, according to sources. Sportando

June 29, 2014 Updates

Marc Stein: Add Orlando's E'twan Moore to your list of unrestricted free agents. Orlando, I'm told, has agreed to pull back qualifying offer to Moore. Once they acquired Elfrid Payton on draft night, Magic pulled back tender that would have made E'Twaun Moore restricted free agent. UFA now Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

April 11, 2014 Updates

Moore, 25, can become a free agent at the end of the season. He is effectively auditioning for another NBA contract. But he prefers to stay with the Magic. "Most definitely," Moore said. "Orlando has been good to me. It's great here. We got a lot of young guys and I feel like we've grown up together." Orlando Sentinel

November 8, 2012 Updates

The Magic signed Moore as a free agent in September and the Purdue University alum got to work in the city where he had made a mark earlier in the in the year. In his first three games of the season, including two starts, he is averaging 15.0 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 3.7 assists in 32.0 minutes. Moore is also shooting 55.9 percent from the field and a team-high 70.0 percent from three-point range. “[I’ve seen] a maturation already just within the month of seeing his decision-making, his confidence, his ability to make shots for us,” Magic head coach Jacque Vaughn said, according to the Orlando Sentinel. CSNNE.com

October 22, 2012 Updates

Moore has faced a recurrent criticism since his college career at Purdue drew to a close. At 6 feet 4, he was labeled a "tweener," too short to be an effective everyday NBA shooting guard. At the same time, many analysts thought he was too intent on finding his own shot to be an NBA point guard. The Magic hope he can develop into a steady backup to Nelson. “He’s a scorer, and in this offense, he’s going to have opportunities,” Nelson said. “He stays on the attack and he’s making plays. It’s one thing to set up the team, but you still have to be aggressive.” Asked if Moore was a true point guard, Nelson said, "Are there true point guards in our league anymore? Just about all of them can score." Orlando Sentinel

September 6, 2012 Updates

The Magic today announced they have signed 6-foot-4 combo guard E’Twaun Moore to a free-agent deal. The team and Moore agreed to the broad outlines of the deal over a week ago, and it took a little while longer to finalize some details. Moore’s contract is for two seasons and is believed to be partially guaranteed for each of those seasons. Orlando Sentinel

September 4, 2012 Updates

Lockers had barely been cleaned out and team uniforms packed away when the former Purdue star and East Chicago native was traded to Houston, then immediately waived. "In the back of my mind, I was hurt a little bit because I didn't get to play, but I stayed positive," Moore said. The 6-foot-3 guard never lost hope and recently agreed to a two-year deal with the rebuilding Orlando Magic. "I'm definitely excited. You hardly play (in Boston) and then you get a chance on a new team," Moore said. "I might even get to know Mickey (Mouse) a little bit." nwi.com

August 28, 2012 Updates

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