HoopsHype Johan Petro rumors


April 14, 2015 Updates

Mets de Guaynabo cut Johan Petro to make room for Mickael Pietrus. Petro averaged 7.7 points and 9.4 rebounds per game in BSN with Mets de Guaynabo. Sportando

March 10, 2015 Updates
February 10, 2014 Updates

Johan Petro is officially a new player of Limoges. The French big man returns to his home country after his NBA experience. Petro has played 473 games in NBA averaging 4.7ppg and 3.9rpg. Sportando

February 9, 2014 Updates

Johan Petro is set to return to France. The French big man will likely pen the deal with Limoges early next week. Petro has a long NBA experience and started the season in China leaving the team a few weeks ago. Petro won Eurobasket 2013 with French National Team. Sportando

January 17, 2014 Updates

Johan Petro announced on Twitter that he has left Chinese team Guangsha Lions. The big man was inactive for six weeks. Petro averaged 14.2ppg and 9.9rpg in 7 games in CBA. The big man may continue his career in Europe or NBA. Sportando

December 13, 2013 Updates

Johan Petro: I have opportunities, well, actually I had opportunities (from other teams). But the Chinese club doesn't want to let me go. They want to keep me just in case. It's not that bad, it gives me time to heal some minor injuries but I keep on practicing to stay in shape. Sport Mag

November 23, 2013 Updates
August 23, 2013 Updates

Jorge Sierra: Free agent center Johan Petro has agreed to a deal with Zhejiang Guangsa Lions of China, agent Giovanni Funicello told HoopsHype. Twitter

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October 22, 2012 Updates

I caught up with center Johan Petro who expressed some frustration about finding his role with the Hawks. The veteran, who has played with the Sonics, Nuggets and Nets, has seen limited action during the preseason. He has appeared in only three of the six exhibition games and logged a total of 35 minutes. “I don’t know,” Petro said when I asked how training camp was going so far. “To be honest with you I don’t know. I’m still trying to figure out what my place is with this team. I’m still trying to figure out my role. I’m still trying to figure out a lot of stuff. “Not difficult, but more frustrating more than anything else. It’s part of the business I understand. I’m new coming in to the team. Personally, I just have to stick to what I know how to do, stick to my principles and try to give to the team as much as possible. You have to adjust. I really trying to work on the differences that this team has compared to where I was before.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution

July 11, 2012 Updates

The Nets have announced they have acquired six-time all-star shooting guard Joe Johnson from the Atlanta Hawks, in exchange for Jordan Farmar, Anthony Morrow, Johan Petro and Jordan Williams. Farmar is expected to be bought out by the Hawks and is expected to sign a three-year contract with a team in Turkey. “We are very pleased to add a perennial All-Star caliber player like Joe Johnson to our roster,” said King. “Joe is considered one of the premier guards in the NBA, and his skill and talent level will have a very positive impact on our team.” Newark Star-Ledger

July 2, 2012 Updates

The Brooklyn Nets are “very close” to acquiring six-time All-Star guard Joe Johnson from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for guards Jordan Farmar, Anthony Morrow and DeShawn Stevenson and centers Jordan Williams and Johan Petro, as well as a protected first-round pick that came from Houston, according to a league source. The deal, the source said, would be completed whether or not Brooklyn is able to convince free agent guard Deron Williams to re-sign with the team. Williams is entertaining an offer from the Dallas Mavericks as well. NBA.com

The Brooklyn Nets are finalizing a trade to acquire Atlanta Hawks guard Joe Johnson, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. The trade will send guards Anthony Morrow, Jordan Farmar and DeShawn Stevenson and forwards Jordan Williams and Johan Petro to the Hawks, along with a 2013 first-round pick the Nets acquired from the Houston Rockets. Stevenson is a free agent, so he will go to the Hawks in a sign-and-trade deal. Johnson, 31, has four years and nearly $90 million dollars left on his contract. Shedding his contract would give Atlanta immense cap relief and flexibility moving forward. Yahoo! Sports

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