HoopsHype Larry Sanders rumors

November 25, 2014 Updates

A couple of years ago you were doing a lot of interviews, for good reason. What's it like to be that guy, and then go through what you did last year and face the opposite side of it? Larry Sanders: It's definitely two extremes. But I'm thankful for it. I got to see two ends of the stick. A really extreme positive, where everyone wants your attention and everyone wants to interview you, and then the really extreme negative, where you're outcasted or you're seen as a troublemaker. But it was really good to see because neither one of them -- whether people thought I was a saint or a devil, they both were wrong. They both were wrong assumptions about who I am. Regardless, unless you know me, you don't know me. So, just not attaching myself to other people's thoughts about me. Sometimes, I'm going to make my mistakes. Perfection is not even attainable. But, you can always be better. You can get better and learn as long as you're alive. That's the main lesson in life, at least for me. Just to try to get better every day. CBSSports.com

What'd you do with your downtime when you couldn't play? Larry Sanders: I did a lot of art stuff. Music. A lot of painting, a lot of writing, a lot of reading. And that takes up a lot of my day. I do a lot of those things. You were working on a novel. Larry Sanders: I still am. It's still in the works. Just developing the idea a lot more. The concept is developing more and more. I'm thinking, maybe another couple of years. CBSSports.com

November 20, 2014 Updates

Not often does one player leaving one agency for another result in a lawsuit but that's what happened after Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders left agent Andy Miller and ASM Sports for agent Dan Fegan and Relativity Sports in the summer of 2013 during the height of free agency. Last month, a New York judge dismissed that lawsuit, which accused Relativity of client stealing and sought financial compensation, and ruled the "Defendants' motion to dismiss Plaintiff's complaint is granted for failure to state a cause of action." The ruling is vindication for Fegan, president of Relativity Sports' basketball division, and Happy Walters, the CEO of Relativity Sports, who was also a defendant in the complaint filed nearly a year ago. USA Today Sports

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Charles F. Gardner: Sanders is expected to be back in time for the regular-season opener Oct. 29 in Charlotte. He has played well in preseason. Sanders is averaging 10.7 points and 10 rebounds for three preseason games and grabbed 15 rebounds vs. Memphis on Oct. 8. Twitter @cf_gardner

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What have your conversations with Larry Sanders been like this summer? Jason Kidd: We've been great. He came out to summer league for a couple days to work out. We've talked all summer. I'm very excited. He has said on multiple occasions he's excited to play basketball. We understand how important he is to this team, and so, again, what he brings to the table on the defensive and offensive end, we're very excited to have. He's said he wants to have a bounceback season. How's he looking, what are your expectations for him? Jason Kidd: He looks great. He looks great. He's running. He's blocking shots, rebounding, he's talking, he's helping his teammates out on both ends. He's in shape. He looks great. Everybody that we've seen, the 15 guys that have been here most of September look great. CBSSports.com

September 22, 2014 Updates

Last February the Bucks’ Larry Sanders took an inadvertent James Harden elbow to the face and was out for the season. (Well, until he got a five-game suspension for testing positive for marijuana use, then suddenly he was well enough to play the last five games of the season so he could work off the suspension.) After that, Sanders is coming back this season wearing goggles, he tweeted out. NBCSports.com

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Is Larry Sanders in the team's future plans? David Morway: Absolutely. Yeah, yeah. Larry is in our future plans. We are hopeful that this year Larry gets back to being the basketball player that he was two years ago. He is a defensive presence and a game changer on the court. So when you have his length along with Giannis, Jabari Parker, John Henson and then Zaza Pachulia, Damien Inglis, who is very long, and if you play Khris Middleton at the two... We are a fairly long team. We've got good experience with OJ Mayo, Jerryd Bayless... And we like Kendall Marshall. So we are excited for next year. HoopsHype

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