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Nov 24, 2014
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Andrei Kirilenko is likely to be traded, and a few teams have emerged with some interest.
Nov 22, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Basketball
Andrei Kirilenko is off to a very slow start and his production is so low that head coach Lionel Hollins decided not to play him for several games. Wh...
Nov 19, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Basketball
Andrei Kirilenko is off to a very slow start and his production is so low that head coach Lionel Hollins decided to place him on the inactive list for...
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Should the Spurs go after Andrei Kirilenko?

In this edition of In The Bonus, the PtR staff discusses Andrei Kirilenko's potential fit with the Spurs, Splitter's injury, the Thunder's chances of making the playoffs and our favorite off-season "what ifs?" 1 - Andrei Kirilenko is reportedly about to leave the Nets. Should the Spurs be interested? Michael Erler: At the veteran minimum? Maybe. But he'd be the fourth wing at best on a team that struggles to find enough minutes for everyone, and where does that leave Marco? I'd assume Kirilenko would leapfrog him in the rotation because of defense, but I think the guy is pretty much done...
NetsDaily Nov 24, 2014

League sources say "no contact" with Utah on Kirilenko

League sources tell NetsDaily that despite Mark Stein's tweeted report that the Nets have an "intriguing option" that would send Andrei Kirilenko to Utah, there has been "no contact" between the two teams regarding AK-47. The Nets "have had no contact with Utah regarding AK," one league source told NetsDaily. "Don't believe everything ESPN tweets," said a second source, echoing the first. Stein reported that the Nets "intriguing option" would have sent Kirilenko to the Jazz for the expiring contracts of Jeremy Evans and Toure' Murry.  The deal would have been ideal for Kirilenko who has...
SLC Dunk Nov 24, 2014

NBA Trade Rumor: Andrei Kirilenko to Utah Jazz for Jeremy Evans and Toure' Murry

ESPN's Marc Stein offers up alternative rumor to AK-47 to Cleveland Cavaliers Do you like trade rumors? You're going to get a lot this season for the Utah Jazz, I presume. ESPN's Marc Stein offers up an alternative to the obvious Andrei Kirilenko to Cleveland Cavaliers rumor -- the front running rumor if you ask me, like, what else should the Brooklyn Nets do? Well, Stein tweeted: And a rumble from the trade front: Word is Brooklyn's market for Andrei Kirilenko is expanding beyond merely dispatching AK-47 to Philly — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) November 24, 2014 One intriguing...

Andrei Kirilenko back to Jazz?

ESPN.com’s Marc Stein provided the latest on the Andrei Kirilenko trade talks Monday morning: And a rumble from the trade front: Word is Brooklyns market for Andrei Kirilenko is expanding beyond merely dispatching AK-47 to Philly— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) November 24, 2014 One intriguing option, if Nets wait til Dec. 15 when trade market expands, is said to be AK-47 back to Utah for Jeremy Evans/Toure Murry— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) November 24, 2014 The Nets have had preliminary talks with the Philadelphia 76ers about Kirilenko, who fell out of the rotation and is currently...
Rotoworld Nov 24, 2014

Andrei Kirilenko could be traded away by Nets - Andrei Kirilenko (F) Brooklyn Nets

Andrei Kirilenko is likely to be traded, and a few teams have emerged with some interest.

Could AK-47 return to Jazz?

Andrei Kirilenko has likely played his last game with the Brooklyn Nets and he will leave by a trade or waivers/buyout. Kirilenko has been linked to t...
NetsDaily Nov 24, 2014

Stein: Andrei Kirilenko could fetch Jeremey Evans, Toure Murry in trade with Utah Jazz

Marc Stein, confirming reports that the Nets market for Andrei Kirilenko is broader than a salary dump, tweets that the Nets have an "intriguing option" where small forward Jeremy Evans and point guard Toure Murry would be sent to Brooklyn for Kirilenko.  AK-47 of course played eight years in Utah, where he still maintains a home. And a rumble from the trade front: Word is Brooklyn's market for Andrei Kirilenko is expanding beyond merely dispatching AK-47 to Philly — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) November 24, 2014 One intriguing option, if Nets wait 'til Dec. 15 when trade market...

Andrei Kirilenko on the block?

Andrei Kirilenko is off to a very slow start and his production is so low that head coach Lionel Hollins decided not to play him for several games. Wh...
NetsDaily Nov 22, 2014

Andrei Kirilenko: Lionel Hollins told me "I do not see your role on the team."

In an interview with a Russian sports publication Tuesday, Andrei Kirilenko said "optimism is over" for him and that Lionel Hollins had told him after first few games of the season, "Andrei, I do not see your role on the team." Kirilenko says he was surprised and contends he can "probably help the team.". In previous interviews with Pavel Osipov of Sport-Express, Kirilenko had expressed optimism about his role in the team's plans and had praised Hollins, making favorable comparisons between him and Jason Kidd. Now that's changed. Here's what he told Osipov, according to a Google...
New York Daily News Nov 21, 2014
Andrei Kirilenko may have played final game with Nets

Andrei Kirilenko may have played final game with Nets

Andrei Kirilenko took a pay cut before joining the Nets in 2013, hoping to become a viable sixth man on a championship contender.

Kirilenko doesn't make two-game trip

Andrei Kirilenko did not accompany the Brooklyn Nets on their two-game roadtrip through Oklahoma City and San Antonio due to personal reasons, the team announced Friday. Kirilenko has been out of the rotation and was listed as inactive in the last two games. He has not played since getting four minutes in Golden State Nov. 13. Kirilenko had hoped to get a greater, more consistent role under new Nets coach Lionel Hollins, but he has averaged just 5.
SLC Dunk Nov 21, 2014

Andrei Kirilenko out of Brooklyn Nets rotation, could return to Utah Jazz be possible?

Lionel Hollins has no use for AK-47, and Andrei isn't even going on road trips with the team now Andrei Kirilenko was a draft and stash by the Utah Jazz back in 1999 (picked #24). When he finally came over to Salt Lake City he was a dynamic two way player who hustled all day, made crazy passes, and blocked 1380 shots in a Jazz uniform. Andrei was more than just a shot blocker, as he currently ranks #7 in most games, #5 in minutes, #6 in points, #7 in rebounds, #5 in assists, #4 in steals, and #2 in blocks in franchise history. He became increasingly unreliable as injuries crept up on his...
New York Post Nov 21, 2014
Nets likely to either trade or dump Andrei Kirilenko

Nets likely to either trade or dump Andrei Kirilenko

OKLAHOMA CITY — There is a chance Andrei Kirilenko has played his last game as a Net. Though league sources indicated Kirilenko’s absence for personal reasons both Friday against the...
NetsDaily Nov 21, 2014

Andrei Kirilenko not traveling with Nets on two-game road trip for personal reasons

Andrei Kirilenko will not be traveling with the Nets on their two-game road trip against the Thunder and Spurs this weekend for personal reason, the Nets PR Department announced Friday morning. Andrei Kirilenko will not be on the Nets trip this weekend due to "personal reasons," the team said. — Andrew Keh (@andrewkeh) November 21, 2014 Kirilenko has been struggling to stay on the floor this season, not because of health issues, but because of his poor play. The Russian forward who was a candidate to start for the team this season is averaging only five minutes per game in seven minutes...

Why no PT for AK-47?

Andrei Kirilenko is off to a very slow start and his production is so low that head coach Lionel Hollins decided to place him on the inactive list for...

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