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Tyson Chandler
Tyson Chandler
Position: C
Born: 10/02/82
Height: 7-0 / 2.13
Weight:235 lbs. / 106.6 kg.
Salary: $2,564,753
That’s a byproduct of a super long stay in the league that spanned four different decades and him changing teams way more often than your typical big-name player. The All-Star swingman shared the floor with 261 different teammates through 21 seasons, which puts him way ahead of Juwan Howard and, for now, also Tyson Chandler and Trevor Ariza.
As the seconds whittled down in the fourth quarter, Tyson Chandler and Russell Westbrook were already on their feet, jumping up and down by the Rockets bench, waving their arms around and cheering their teammate. James Harden burst out of the locker room with a smile as wide as I-10, unable to contain his excitement any longer. “Yeah, buddy!” Harden yelled from under the bleachers. “50-burger! Yeah, buddy!!” “Gordon had 50 on these m————!”
“My daughter is 13 going on 14, going to high school next summer, which is the reason why I’m evaluating where things are. She has to be OK with me continuing to go. It’s an important time in our lives. So, I want to make sure I make the right decision and I’m there. I’ve been blessed and fortunate to make a lot of money throughout my career. If it’s time to move on and do something else, it’s time to move on and do something else.
Storyline: Tyson Chandler Retirement?
Tyson Chandler: “My circumstances were tough. When I was sophomore and a junior, my family was homeless. I was staying from couch to couch. All of the cats there and even my little homies, everybody protected me. They were like, ‘You got a shot to make it out of here. We don’t. We can’t. We’re going to be here. So, you go ahead and you stay focused on what you focused on. We will make sure you don’t have no problems around here.’ “People get it twisted. People don’t want to be in them circumstances. It’s just the way this country was set up. We’ve evolved a lot, but in a lot of ways we haven’t evolved. And I think the country knows that. I was a product of that.
Tyson Chandler: “I remember when I got my first NBA check, I said, ‘I’m buying my mama a house.’ I put the down payment down on mom’s house and then started making payments on it. It was in Riverside. My uncle at the time was out in that area. So, I bought the house and then started making payments on it. I told myself, ‘Listen, if I f— everything off, at least I could go back to my mama’s house.’ I got to make sure I pay this thing off. That, initially, is the reason that I did it.

Rockets, Clippers targeting Andre Iguodala

Alas, Westbrook gets his new start with the team that sources say was his No. 1 option and the Rockets are now poised to make the sort of run that had begun to look so unlikely – especially if they can keep adding to the roster from here. Priority No. 1? Secure a deal for former Warriors sixth man Andre Iguodala, who was traded by the Warriors to Memphis on June 30 to make room for D’Angelo Russell in the Kevin Durant sign-and-trade with Brooklyn. The Rockets have continued their push to land the 35-year-old via trade, with the Clippers also known to be among the most serious suitors. They are also hoping to add veteran big man Tyson Chandler.
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Rockets interested in Tyson Chandler?

Tim MacMahon: Source: Tyson Chandler is likely target for Rockets in their search for backup big. Chandler, who turns 37 in October, was effective defender and rebounder as reserve for Lakers last year. He has a rep as a great locker room guy and strong relationship with CP3 from N.O. days.
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