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James Jones Rumors & News
- Height: 6' 8"
- Weight: 218
- Age 35
- Seasons: 12
- Salary: 947,276
- Birthplace: Miami, Florida
- College: Miami (FL)
Fear The Sword Aug 5, 2016
James Jones can’t play night in and night out, but he’s still irreplaceable. When the Cavaliers officially announced that they had re-signed James Jones on Wednesday, it didn’t come as a surprise. Jones is a favorite teammate of LeBron James, a leader in the locker room and he plays a valuable, stabilizing role on a Cavs team that has publicly labeled itself as dramatic. Better yet, Jones literally has won an award for being a good teammate as voted on by his teammates. There is no bigger co-sign than your teammates giving you an award for being someone they like having around. But...
Fear The Sword Aug 4, 2016
‘Champ’ gets some recognition from his teammates. James Jones is perhaps known as a best teammate. And today, he was recognized as the best teammate on the Cleveland Cavaliers. As part of the NBAPA’s “Player Voice” Awards, each team voted for their best teammate in their locker room and Jones won for the Cavs. Voting results weren’t released, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if Jones won unanimously within Cleveland’s locker room. Check out all of the winners from the Eastern and Western Conferences below: Check out the Eastern Conference #PlayersVoice Award winners for...
Plain Dealer Aug 4, 2016
James Jones is returning for his third season with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
News-Herald Aug 3, 2016
The Cavaliers have re-signed veteran swingman James Jones for a third season.While Jones hasn't made a huge contribution on the floor, the Cavaliers value his leadership. Jones has been teammates with LeBron James for the past six seasons, winning two titles with Miami and a third in Cleveland.
Fear The Sword Aug 3, 2016
‘Champ’ is officially back for another season. James Jones is officially coming back the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs announced Jones’ re-signing today in a press release. Yesterday, Shams Charania of the Vertical was the first to report that Jones was coming back to Cleveland on a one-year deal worth $1.55 million. The team did not disclose Jones’ salary. Champ is Cleveland confirmed for 2016-17. #AllForOneDETAILS: https://t.co/NBTSsqQ6ZJ pic.twitter.com/xEKM7401wR— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) August 3, 2016 “We’re very happy to have James back with the Cavaliers,”...
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 2, 2016
The Cavaliers have agreed to a one-year, $1.5 million deal to re-sign veteran James Jones, according to a report by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.Jones played in 48 games last season and averaged 3.7 points. He shot 40 percent from the field and will be entering his 14th NBA season.Jones has been a part of six consecutive Finals teams, along with LeBron James, with the Miami Heat and Cavaliers.The reported contract is for the veteran league minimum.
Plain Dealer Aug 2, 2016
The Cleveland Cavaliers have reached an agreement on a one-year deal with veteran James Jones, a league source confirmed to cleveland.com.
Fear The Sword Aug 2, 2016
LeBron’s favorite teammate will reportedly be back in Wine & Gold next season. James Jones is coming back to the Cleveland Cavaliers. According to Shams Charania of the Vertical, Jones has re-signed with the Cavs on a one-year deal worth $1.55 million. The Cavs have yet to officially confirm the news. Cleveland's James Jones has reached agreement on a one-year, $1.55M deal to return to the Cavaliers, league sources tell The Vertical.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) August 2, 2016 Jones, 35, has been with the Cavs the last two seasons. Last year, Jones appeared in 48 games and...
NetsDaily Aug 2, 2016
It's August, so there isn't much going on in the NBA right now past some of the league's biggest stars competing in Rio for the Olympics, but here is some news to chew on: the Nets preseason schedule! #Nets have announced their 2016 Preseason Schedule: pic.twitter.com/gZYZYaoedK — Reed Wallach (@ReedWallach) August 2, 2016 Brooklyn's preseason will have some intrigue considering it will be the first time the complete roster will play together after a big turnover from last season and a chance for training camp invites to nab the final roster spots such as Beau Beech and Yogi Ferrell,...