Zach Randolph Rumors

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Zach Randolph
Zach Randolph
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Born: 07/16/81
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight:270 lbs. / 122.5 kg.
Salary: $11,692,308

Two more years for Z-Bo?

Seeing him Friday, though, was a reminder of how rare it is that an NBA career ends on a player’s terms. Because Randolph isn’t ready to call it quits. He’s still working out here in Memphis, where he lives with his family during the offseason, hopeful another team will give him a chance. “I want to be a Hall of Famer. Just go down as one of the best to ever do it,” Randolph said. “I want to play a couple more years.”
Randolph was in South Memphis Friday afternoon to announce a $10,000 scholarship donation to Shelby County Alternative Schools on behalf of his Memphis-based music label, N-Less Entertainment. You read that right: Randolph owns a record label along with business partner Marcus Howell these days, and their biggest act is a rising local star on the Memphis rap scene. In fact, Z-Bo will be at Beale Street Music Festival Sunday when Moneybagg Yo performs a set. Randolph still isn’t done with basketball and he still hasn’t closed the door on playing for the Grizzlies again. More on that later.
The Kings acquired the 26-year-old small forward on the eve of the trade deadline in a deal that sent Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph to Dallas. In his first 20 games with the Kings, Barnes averaged 15.1 points, shot 40 percent from 3-point range, played lock-down defense on some of the game’s most prodigious scorers and provided intangible benefits with his leadership, experience, poise and versatility. “He’s a guy who can go in the post and score (or) isolate on the perimeter, especially at the elbows,” Kings coach Dave Joerger said. “I like having him being able to see where everybody is, make an open 3 and defend some of the bigger (small forwards) in our league. And, obviously, he’s a very professional guy, a high-character guy and a terrific guy, and a fun guy to coach every day.”