Trevor Ariza Rumors

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Trevor Ariza
Trevor Ariza
Position: F-G
Born: 06/30/85
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:194 lbs. / 88 kg.
Salary: $7,400,000
Specifically, Haynes mentioned how the signing of Omri Casspi didn’t help them enough in the wing shooting department, and that Ariza could help remedy that. Via the TK Show: “I’m going to throw one name out there. He’d have to take a tremendous pay cut, but I think at the end of the day he wants to win. … If you’re trying to bring in somebody, a wing player, who’s durable … a proven vet … Trevor Ariza. I think would fit tremendously. I’m not sure he’s going to sign back in Houston.
The Rockets have built Harden’s supporting cast mainly through trades (Chris Paul, Trevor Ariza) and free agency (P.J. Tucker, Luc Mbah a Moute), but they hit big in the Draft in 2014 with Clint Capela, taken late in the first round. “Once they landed two stars, they have done an excellent job of surrounding them with enough shooting and toughness,” the West executive said, “along with the continued emergence of Capela who has become a top 7-8 center in the league.”
Curry ended up running 1.44 miles on defense, a result of the Warriors continuing to switch on almost every pick-and-roll defensively, and the Rockets running through pick-and-rolls until they could get MVP front-runner James Harden matched onto Curry. According to Second Spectrum, that’s a quarter mile more than any other Warriors defender and the most he has run in any game all season. “You can get tired a little bit here and there during the game, but there’s no excuse for not appreciating the moment,” Curry said. “I looked over at [Rockets forward] Trevor Ariza in the middle of the fourth quarter and we just both said to each other, ‘This is fun; this is what you love about NBA basketball.’ If you can’t push through for 48 minutes in this type of environment, you don’t love the game.”
4 weeks ago via ESPN
He always has — especially in Washington, amid a sometimes factional locker-room with a clear age division. During a preseason practice in Brazil in 2013, Nene, a strong and persnickety sort, deviated from Washington’s pick-and-roll defense. Someone called him out. Nene objected. It was one of those moments, Wittman and other Washington sources recall, that could wobble a team’s culture. “Why do I need to do it this way?” Nene asked, according to Wittman. Ariza had had enough. “Just f—— do it,” Ariza barked, getting almost nose-to-nose with Nene, Wittman recalls. (Ariza and Nene, together again in Houston, both demurred when ESPN asked them about the incident this week. That’s not surprising; Ariza still hasn’t acknowledged a pivotal players-only meeting he reportedly called early in the 2013-14 season.)
1 month ago via ESPN