HoopsHype Eddie House rumors

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Ethan J. Skolnick: Eddie House is doing pregame and postgame TV work for Suns. Famous for his "middle fingers to the haters" line in 2010. Twitter @EthanJSkolnick

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A source told ESPNLosAngeles.com that the Lakers' options at this point are somewhat limited, but they'll likely consider free agents such as Delonte West, who was cut by the Dallas Mavericks in October, and Eddie House, as well as a trade. ESPN.com

December 8, 2012 Updates

How frightening can retirement be? This frightening: Tuesday, former Miami Heat guard Eddie House found himself trying to stand as a voice reason amid a televised debate with Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. Perhaps that's why, even 34 and one year removed from the NBA, House doesn't consider himself truly retired. "I'm still working out. I'm waiting to get a call," he said this past week by phone after leaving ESPN's studio. "If I get one, I get one. I'll be ready. But if I don't, just trying to open up other doors. Hopefully something good happens." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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December 24, 2011 Updates

In a surprising move, the Miami Heat kept two free-agent rookies on their final, 15-player roster, instead opting to waive veteran guard Eddie House. Mickell Gladness, a shot-blocking center out of Alabama A&M who spent time with the Heat in the team's 2010 summer league, and Terrel Harris, a former Oklahoma State standout who went undrafted in 2009 and had played in recent years in France, Germany and the NBA Development League, both made Erik Spoelstra's cut. South Florida Sun-Sentinel

December 10, 2011 Updates

Eddie House chose to opt in for the final year of his contract, because he felt he had “unfinished business” and didn’t want to “venture into the unknown” of the lockout. Now he’s facing the unknown of his recovery from minor knee surgery. House had his left knee scoped on Nov. 1st, to clear up issues that appeared on an MRI. He said that it could be “2, 3, 4 weeks,” and will be careful not to return too soon, because a setback could mean missing even more games than usual, due to the condensed schedule. Palm Beach Post

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Miami Heat guard Eddie House said Wednesday he was not proud about being fined $25,000 by the NBA for what the league deemed an "obscene" gesture, but also was not embarrassed by the episode. House was sanctioned Monday by the NBA for the crotch-related gesture in celebration of his go-ahead 3-pointer late in Sunday's nationally televised road victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. "I was very surprised, the first time being fined," House said after Wednesday's practice at AmericanAirlines Arena, his first expansive comments on the fine. "I've always followed the rules and stuff like that. It was just the emotion of the game." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

January 31, 2011 Updates

House was hit with a $25,000 fine for "making an obscene gesture," the NBA said. If you missed it, House pulled out Sam Cassel's famous "big balls" move. CBSSports.com

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