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Jerry Zgoda: Expect an Aaron Brooks’ signing by (Timberwolves’) camp opening, it likely will be only one they’ll make for now
Darren Wolfson: As stated on @1500ESPN today and on recent podcasts for weeks, free agent Aaron Brooks is worth watching to fill the #Twolves guard want. This still holds true from last night. Look for it to happen and for him to be on the court w/ the #Twolves Saturday.
Darren Wolfson: As stated on @1500ESPN today and on recent podcasts for weeks, free agent Aaron Brooks is worth watching to fill the #Twolves guard want.
Shams Charania: Free agent guard Aaron Brooks has agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with Indiana, signing this week, league sources tell The Vertical.
Scott Agness: Pacers get the veteran backup PG they needed — and now have 16 players on their roster. (Will have to waive one.) – RT: Shams Charania: Free agent guard Aaron Brooks has agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with Indiana, signing this week, league sources tell The Vertical.
Free-agent guard Aaron Brooks is in advanced discussions on a one-year deal with the Indiana Pacers, league sources told The Vertical. Brook and the Pacers are progressing in negotiations, and a formal agreement is likely to come Monday, sources said.
Shams Charania: Free agent guard Aaron Brooks is in advanced discussions on a one-year deal with the Indiana Pacers, league sources tell The Vertical.
Point guard depth remains a need. Brooks is a free agent whom the Bulls aren’t interested in re-signing.
Marc Stein: ESPN sources say Aaron Brooks has struck a one-year deal to return to the Chicago Bulls
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June 17, 2018 | 10:15 pm EDT Update
If that “somewhere else” was OKC, how would the fanbase react considering they are still applying aloe vera to soothe the burns of two summers ago? Newly elected Oklahoma City mayor David Holt is a lifelong Oklahoman. He served as chief of staff under the previous mayor, Mick Cornett. The two played significant roles in bringing professional basketball to The Big Friendly. “I am fully aware how Thunder fans have felt since July 4, 2016, because I feel it, too,” Holt said. “And I think we’ll feel that way forever if the status quo is maintained. Yet all KD would have to say is ‘I choose you,’ and virtually all fans would forgive him.”
Gabe Ikard was an All-American lineman for the Oklahoma Sooners. Now retired from football, the longtime Thunder fan co-hosts Franchise Players for 107.7 The Franchise in Oklahoma City. Those dual titles grant him solid insight on the psyche of the fanbase. “Durant’s departure to the Golden State Warriors resulted in the biggest backlash to a player’s free-agency decision in the history of sports,” Ikard said. “I’m not quite sure he expected that extreme of a reaction. I’m not sure Oklahomans thought that they would react so severely to his decision either. “But,” he added, “no one thought it would be Golden State. I find it hard to believe people that say they would not welcome him back,” Ikard said. “It’s easy to call him a snake and cupcake now. But if he was dropping 40-plus in Thunder blue again, a lot of fans would find forgiveness quickly.”