HoopsHype Pete Mickeal rumors

May 6, 2014 Updates

Cangrejeros de Santurce announced the signing of James Nunnally who will replace Pete Mickeal out indefinitely. The forward has played in D-League this season with Texas Legends and Bakersfield Jam. Nunnally has also played in the NBA with Hawks (4 games at 4.5 points per game) and 76ers (9 games at 2.6 points per game). Sportando

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Marc Mundet: Pete Mickeal's agent on RAC1: "Pete Mickeal already knows Barça's opinion. He respects them and he is free to sign with whom he considers. He'll continue playing. He gave priority 2 Barça, but now, he's same possibilities with Madrid, than NBA or EL team". Twitter @MarcMundet78

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June 20, 2011 Updates

Now it is official, Pete Mickeal extended his contract with Regal Barcelona for the next two years. The player, one of the best in Europe in his role, had a unlucky season. He injured his knee and then had a pulmonary embolism which sidelined him for the whole season. Sportando

October 10, 2010 Updates
October 9, 2010 Updates

Pete Mickeal: Hey, Ricky Rubio, now I’m the rock star! Just joking, but it’s been a crazy day for me after playing a good game and beating the Lakers last night. Lots of phone calls answered and autographs signed. You know, the funny thing is, my friends in the States and my family got to watch the game on ESPN2 and now everybody is calling. I’ve been getting calls from Korea, from the Philippines, Greece, the States… Everywhere. They are all congratulating me about the game. Everybody watched the game live, which is great. Having my people watching me play live was the best feeling. HoopsHype

PM: Phil Jackson said we wouldn’t have a chance in a 82-game NBA regular season. Well, look at what Kobe said after this comment. Kobe, who is a basketball player, not a coach, disagreed. It’s different being a coach and actually being a player. Kobe, obviously, has respect for FC Barcelona because he competed against us for 25 minutes. He didn’t played team basketball, or passing the ball, he was playing too much one-on-one. Here it’s kind of a different game. The NBA is a great, great League. But here in Europe there is good basketball too. We had a little conversation on the court that went like this… Kobe said to me “Hey, this game might get you in the NBA,” trying to be a smartass. “If you think that, then put your money where your mouth is,” I replied. “I put your $10 million against your $100 million.” HoopsHype

PM: One hour before the game I was told Ron Artest said “Pete who?” when they asked him if he knew who he was going to guard. Anyway, it really doesn’t matter what he said. It had no factor the way I play. He doesn’t even have to know me at all. I could care less what any guy says, good or bad. I’m a team basketball player. He started off physical, tried to show his physical strenght, and I didn’t back down at all. This is our gym, our home, they came to Barcelona to play us. I don’t really want to get into what happened with Artest on the court. I don’t know him at all, just saw him on TV and I had never played him. HoopsHype

PM: I got the chance to speak with legend James Worthy during the game. When I was shooting a free throw, he told me “Hey, I read your HoopsHype blog, and I like it” and I said “cool.” It’s great to have a Hall Of Famer who reads my blog and have a conversation with him during the game! Things like that, having legends like him to come to Barcelona and respect the way you play and you say is big. HoopsHype

October 1, 2010 Updates

Do you still consider the NBA as an option for the future? Pete Mickeal: Yes, it's an option. New York and other teams were interested in me last season and even called my agent to ask if I could leave the team to play there. Every season is the same and at the end of this one I'll be a free agent, so it's an option. At the end of this season, the NBA will be my first option. SPORT.es

July 26, 2010 Updates

Regal Barcelona announced that Pete Mickeal will stay with the team another season. Mickeal was one of the most dominant players in Euroleague last year averaging 12ppg. Sportando

July 10, 2010 Updates

Pete Mickeal is in talks with Regal Barcelona to improve his salary status, but other teams are reported to have shown interest for the 32-year-old American forward, who averaged 12.1 points and 5.2 rebounds per game in the last Euroleague. The last one could be Khimki, which would have to make a €3 million per year offer to try to land Mickael. The former player of Caja Laboral could be also considering to listen to offers from the NBA. The Hoops Market

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