Former NBA player Perry Jones III committed to a second season with Frutti Extra Bursaspor, the Turkish outlet announced on Sunday.
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Jones lives in Los Angeles and he lights up when he talks about getting to be with his teammates every day. He wants to get back into an NBA camp or try to go overseas. Jones would welcome a return to Oklahoma City, where his uncle still lives. Jones is having fun again playing basketball, with the BIG3 providing the platform. “It’s been a tough road for sure, but things are definitely looking better,” Jones said. “I’m healthy again and it’s kinda cool to be able to play the game I love regardless of the number of people on the court.
Chris Reichert: The Iowa Wolves have acquired Perry Jones III as a returning player. They also waived Tony Parker #GLeague
Scott Kushner: Source: The #Pelicans have waived Perry Jones and Cliff Alexander.
Chris Reichert: Perry Jones III has signed with the NBA D-League and will rejoin the Iowa Energy, league source tells @The_Step_Back #NBADL
Chris Reichert: Russian club BC Khimki announces they have parted ways with Perry Jones III. He’s now a FA again. The Iowa Energy hold his NBADL rights
BC Khimki added American power forward Perry James Jones III to the roster. The contract has been agreed for one season. The 25 years old player arrives from the NBA D-League, where he played for Iowa Energy and Oklahoma City Blue. Before that, he played for the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA for 3 years, after joining from Baylor Bears of the NCAA.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Former OKC Thunder draftee Perry Jones III agreed to audition for Russian power-club Khimki Moscow, via source.
Gary Washburn: Perry Jones has cleared waivers and is now pondering his future, according to an NBA source. #Celtics
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According to a league source, projections indicate that a $171 million salary cap is possible, assuming no cap smoothing, by 2025. Should the NBPA instead agree to cap smoothing, it’s likely the league will still see annual increases to the extent of $15 million, according to source.
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Brother Pau Gasol recently spoke with Spanish newspaper Marca, and the topic of Marc’s future came up. “Marc has earned the freedom and flexibility to make his own decision and he will do so when he decides. I know he has a lot of enthusiasm for Basquet Girona, a club in which I am also involved as vice president. He is in a different situation, because he is five years younger than me. We will see what he decides to do this season and later, I am also waiting.“
Throughout his stellar NBA career, Bryant made a name for himself through his countless ways of scoring the basketball. For Grant, barring injuries, Hardaway would’ve also become as dominant as Bryant as he also had that in him during his playing years. “Without a doubt,” the four-time NBA champ said when asked if Hardaway could’ve also enjoyed his career like Bryant did. “I’m talking about 6’7”, 6’8” can see the floor, three-pointers, drive to the basket, assists, you name it. All-around game.”
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