Tyler Hansbrough has reached an agreement with Chinese team Zhejiang Golden Bulls, a source told Sportando. The former NBA forward spent last season in China with Guangzhou averaging 20.8 points and 9.9 rebounds.
Former Indiana Pacers Tyler Hansbrough is expected to sign a deal in the Chinese League, a source told Sportando. It's still unclear at this point for which team Hansbrough will play. The big man finished last season in D-League with Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
Chris Reichert: Tyler Hansbrough has signed a contract with the NBA D-League, per a league source #NBADL
Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has signed free agent forward Tyler Hansbrough. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “Tyler Hansbrough is a solid NBA player who can contribute to our team,” Cho said. “He brings energy and physicality every time he steps on the floor. We are glad to have him.”
November 27, 2021 | 3:43 am EST Update
There is also rising buzz in coaching circles about the pressure mounting on Frank Vogel given the Lakers’ worrisome 10-10 start … given L.A.’s lack of flexibility to make roster changes.
Iman Shumpert might’ve been focusing on mirror balls more than basketballs recently, but the NBA champ says he’s NOT done hooping … telling TMZ Sports he’s got a lot left in his tank. We caught up with the 31-year-old fresh off winning the 30th season of “Dancing With the Stars” this week … and we asked with all the moves he displayed on the dancefloor, is he going to take his talents back to the basketball court?? “Tryna see what we can get done,” Shumpert said, “I love basketball. I never stopped playing.”
Haralabos Voulgaris: I tried to get (Alex Caruso) the year he was a free agent three years ago. Could not convince people that he was even an NBA basketball player and one of our guys in our front office is like, ‘I think if he didn’t look like the like Jim Carrey from the Cable Guy when when he plays a pickup basketball game, I think he would be taken a lot more seriously.’
Harrison Faigen: LeBron, on if the team is really patient, or if they’re just putting on a brave face when they preach patience: “We’re all disgusted at our losses. But at the same time, you’ve got to stay even-keeled throughout the process… I feel like I played a horrible game individually.”
Harrison Faigen: LeBron James says he saw Isaiah Stewart’s comments today saying he doesn’t think LeBron hit him on accident. LeBron maintains that the hit to his face was accidental, he was just trying to push Stewart off of him.