Jameer Nelson Rumors

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Jameer Nelson
Jameer Nelson
Position: -
Born: 02/09/82
Height: 6-0 / 1.83
Weight:190 lbs. / 86.2 kg.
Earnings: $72,802,422 ($82,875,659*)
The rules were simple and were part of the reason that he chose Wade: Morey could only select inactive players through the 2K draft, unless they currently play for the Rockets. So James Harden, shockingly rated at 79 overall, was certainly an option for Morey. And that’s exactly who he took to complement Wade in the backcourt. The Rockets are known for their distinctive small-ball style of play, and Morey took that same approach to the game, though the league had not yet reached that type of modernity yet. Shane Battier (former Rocket) was next, followed by the likes of Nikola Mirotic, Jameer Nelson and Marcus Camby.
Most influential NBA players on Frank Jackson growing up: “I loved watching Allen Iverson when I was younger and Rajon Rondo, when he was with the Celtics. And I think being in the league, the last three years, I think being around Jrue (Holiday) has been just so awesome, tremendously helped me. Same with Rondo. I wish I could have played with him (longer). Jameer Nelson was huge when he was with us. Honestly, I’ve been really fortunate. (Anthony Davis) was great with me. To be surrounded by such awesome guys, but obviously me and Jrue have been buddies since I got here and that’s my dog. He always looks out for me.”
Former teammate Jameer Nelson is one of many people who have witnessed West’s post-career distress and offered help. The National Basketball Players Association has maintained close contact with West and made itself available as a resource. His college coach at Saint Joseph, Phil Martelli, and West’s former player agent, Noah Croom, have been in communication with each other — and West — about providing him support. The same can be said for the Celtics and Mavericks. Both Boston GM Danny Ainge and Dallas owner Mark Cuban have been in direct contact at various points, according to those close to West.
Kyle Lowry continues to have those moments when he defies what’s expected of him, when he stuns those who underestimate his will, craftiness and get-it-done mentality. In his 14th season, Lowry is a leader of a Toronto Raptors squad experiencing the most unique title defense from an already unlikely champion. His longevity is a credit to his stubbornness and talent, but he also looks back to two summers spent with former NBA star Jameer Nelson that forever changed how he would approach his career. “Nobody knows this, but to this day, I thank Jameer for helping me get to where I am,” Lowry said in an interview with The Athletic. “Whenever he text me, I text him, I tell him, ‘You’re the reason I even understand how to work.’ ”