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Clips Nation Jul 21, 2016

Clippers Free Agent Retrospective: The Jeff Green Era Was a Failure

High hope, low impact for the veteran forward. In the new series "Clippers Free Agent Retrospective", we'll look back at the mark left by the Clippers' departing players during their time with the team.  First up is Jeff Green, and this one's not pretty. Name: Jeff Green Key Clipper Facts: 6'9" Combo forward in his 8th NBA season. Acquired at the 2016 NBA Trade Deadline from Memphis for Lance Stephenson and a future protected first-round pick.  Boston (who received the pick in a subsequent trade from Memphis) will have one shot at a Clippers pick--if the Clippers are in the lottery, Los...

Jeff Green the perfect fit for Orlando's new identity

The grit and grind era of Magic basketball is here, and no one has endured more of it than new forward Jeff Green The Orlando Magic led off their introductory press conferences on Thursday with veteran small forward Jeff Green. The former Georgetown Hoya signed a one-year, $15 million dollar deal after splitting last year between the Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers. Green can be viewed as a representation of this offseason, the next in a line of veterans brought in to reshape the Magic locker room. His no-nonsense game is predicated on physical defense; his highlight reel is...
Orlando Sentinel Jul 7, 2016

Jeff Green signs with the Orlando Magic

Jeff Green discusses his decision to sign with the Orlando Magic

The Miami sports scene was a lot different when Dwyane Wade joined the Miami Heat

On June 26, 2003, the Miami Heat selected Dwyane Wade with the No. 5 overall pick in the NBA draft. The marriage, expected to last forever, ended late Wednesday with Wade’s announcement that he would ...

NBA free agency 2016: Orlando Magic officially sign Jeff Green

The Magic's deal with the combo forward became official on Thursday. With the NBA's moratorium period over, the Orlando Magic have officially signed combo forward Jeff Green. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not announced. According to USA Today's Jeff Zillgit, the deal is for one-year and $15 million. Green, 29, has appeared in 636 games, 473 starts over his eight year career with four different teams. In those 636 games, Green has averaged 14 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. After missing the 2011-12 season due to a heart condition, Green bounced back, posting a...
Clips Nation Jul 5, 2016

Health, Growth, and Continuity: The 2016-2017 Clippers

The band is back together. Last year, the Clippers had quite a busy off-season. By opening night, eight new Clippers were on the team's 15-man roster, and seven of them--all but second round draft pick Branden Dawson--would play major minutes.  One mid-season acquisition, Jeff Green, was also a major piece.  All in all, newcomers played 7,790 minutes last season.  The year before?  Just 3,442--less than half. Lance Stephenson, Jeff Green, Wesley Johnson, and Luc Mbah a Moute shared time at small forward and backup power forward over the course of the season, and a rotating cast of...
Orlando Sentinel Jul 2, 2016

Orlando Magic reach deal with Jeff Green

The Orlando Magic capped a frenzy of activity Friday by reaching a one-year, $15 million deal with well-traveled forward Jeff Green, an NBA source confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel. Green should give the Magic athleticism, scoring punch and versatility. But his addition also raises some questions,...

NBA free agency 2016: Orlando Magic agree to sign Jeff Green, according to report

The veteran combo forward will join the Magic on a one-year deal. The Orlando Magic will sign free-agent forward Jeff Green to a one-year contract, reports Jeff Zillgit of USA Today Sports. The deal will be worth $15 million. Orlando cannot officially announce the deal until the NBA's moratorium period ends July 7th. Green, who turns 29 in August, has played for four teams in his eight-year career. He split the 2015/16 season between the Memphis Grizzlies and the Los Angeles Clippers, averaging 11.7 points and 4.2 rebounds per game on 43 percent shooting. Green can man either forward...
Clips Nation Jul 1, 2016

Clippers Free Agency 2016: Jeff Green Signs With Orlando

The only small forward that the Clippers had rights on is gone. According to Shams Charania of The Vertical, Jeff Green will leave the Clippers to join the Orlando Magic on a one-year, $15-million deal. Free agent Jeff Green has agreed to a one-year, $15 million deal with the Orlando Magic, league sources tell The Vertical. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 1, 2016 Green joined the Clippers in a mid-season trade with Memphis, a deal in which Doc Rivers gave up Lance Stephenson, and paid the price of a future first round draft pick for the upgrade.  The good news is that the...
Clips Nation Jul 1, 2016

NBA Free Agency 2016: Clippers Reportedly Interested in James Ennis

The Clippers are looking at an unseasoned wing. According to Scott Kushner, young Pelicans wing James Ennis is receiving interest from multiple teams, including the Clippers: Unrestricted FA James Ennis has heard from #Pelicans, #Grizzlies, #Macs, #Clippers, #GSW, #Hawks already. Looks like good value now. — Scott Kushner (@ScottDKushner) July 1, 2016 Ennis is a young wing player who has seemed like a fringe NBA guy up until now, but his future certainly looks promising with so many teams in pursuit.  Ennis was picked up on a 10-day contract by the Pelicans last March, and earned a...
Clips Nation Jul 1, 2016

NBA Free Agency 2016: Blake Griffin has a pretty hilarious take on free agency madness

"Sources say..." Leave it up to Blake Griffin to provide the cutting, timely take on all this madness. the fact that nobody has legally changed their name to "sources" and taken credit for every breaking sports story is insane. — Blake Griffin (@blakegriffin32) July 1, 2016 Now I can't stop hearing "Sauces say..." over and over in my head as Blake cackles in the background clapping himself on the back for a job well done. Hey man, at least we still got DeAndre. Y'all remember how nuts that was??
CSN Washington Jul 1, 2016

Explaining reasons for Beal's max deal and why Wizards moved so quickly

Bradley Beal was going to get a max deal, that much we know. Heres why the Wizards wasted no time locking up the fourth-year shooting guard.

NBA free agency 2016: Magic interested in Jeff Green

A report suggests the Magic have interest in the eight year veteran. In need of depth on the wing, the Orlando Magic began making calls on Thursday night. According to Basketball Insiders Alex Kennedy, the Magic showed interest in former Los Angeles Clippers swingman Jeff Green. Green started his career in Oklahoma City when Rob Hennigan was part of the organization's scouting department. The Orlando Magic expressed interest in Jeff Green tonight, according to sources. — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) July 1, 2016 The Magic having interest in Green should come as no surprise. With a...
Welcome to Loud City Jun 29, 2016

The Legend of Serge Ibaka

Avec classe. Serge Ibaka. It hurts so bad to see you go. Ibaka arrived in Oklahoma City in 2009 as a raw role player. A project that might be effective a few years down the line. But it wasn't long before Ibaka started getting regular minutes in the rotation. Soon, the Thunder traded away Jeff Green to clear room for Serge Ibaka in the starting lineup. From there, Ibaka became the face of one of the NBA's most ferocious defensive front courts. Ibaka stands at only 6'10" tall, but led the NBA in blocks twice. Not to mention Ibaka's three time All-Defensive First Team nominations. Sure, the...

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