HoopsHype Jeremy Pargo rumors


July 24, 2014 Updates

Turkish Airlines Euroleague champion Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv brought back one of the dominant pieces in its run to the 2011 Euroleague Championship Game by signing point guard Jeremy Pargo to a two-year deal. Pargo (1.88 meters, 28 years old) arrives from CSKA Moscow, with whom he reached the Final Four in Milan last season, but saw his team fall to Maccabi in the semifinals. He averaged 5 points and 1.4 assists over 27 Euroleague games for CSKA. Pargo enjoyed his best season with Maccabi in 2010-11. He averaged 13 points, 3.5 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 22 games, was the Euroleague MVP of the Month in March 2011 and named to the 2010-11 All-Euroleague Second Team. He helped Maccabi win the Israeli double - league and cup titles - in 2011. Euroleague.net

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CSKA Moscow agreed to terms with Jeremy Pargo, a source told Sportando. The American PG returns to Europe after his NBA experience. Sportando

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The Russian powerhouse is pursuing American PG Jeremy Pargo. The player spent the current season in the NBA with Cavaliers and Sixers averaging 6.8ppg and 2.4apg in 39 games. According to newspaper Israeli Hayom, Pargo is close to pen a two-year deal with CSKA Moscow, which is rumored to be, per Eurohoops, a 2 million dollars per season. Sportando

February 19, 2013 Updates

The Sixers signed Jeremy Pargo for the remainder of the season, cementing him as the backup for overtaxed All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday. "I'm excited for him," Holiday said. "I love playing with him. It does take some pressure off, where I don't have to handle the ball all the time." Philadelphia Inquirer

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired forward/center Marreese Speights, guard Wayne Ellington, guard Josh Selby and a future first round draft pick from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for forward Jon Leuer, Cavaliers General Manager Chris Grant announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. The Cavaliers also waived guard Jeremy Pargo. “Marreese will strengthen our front court, while Wayne and Josh will add depth to our back court. At the same time, we are adding a valuable asset with another future first round pick, while also maintaining our future flexibility,” said Cavaliers General Manager Chris Grant. “We wish Jon and Jeremy the best as they move on with their careers and thank them for their time with us here in Cleveland.” NBA.com

January 12, 2013 Updates

Cavs guard Jeremy Pargo has launched a Twitter campaign, #LetPargoDunk, to get into the Slam Dunk Contest during the All-Star Game in Houson. Using the Twitter handle @DontHa8Pargo, he has featured clips of himself dunking. To watch, go to youtube.com/watch?v=5q9633pc0hw. Of course, Cavs fans got to see the real thing when he dunked against Atlanta on Wednesday. Even though the league doesn't let fans vote for the dunk participants, Pargo thought the publicity campaign might catch on anyway. "I've seen guys over the years do it and it came out good for them," he said. "It's something we talked about as a team. Guys were willing to help. Hopefully it works. I don't know if it will work." Cleveland Plain Dealer

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