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Orange County Register Jul 25, 2016
Clippers officially sign Raymond Felton

Clippers officially sign Raymond Felton

The Clippers officially signed veteran point guard Raymond Felton to a deal for the veteran’s minimum. Felton, 32, spent the last two seasons with the Dallas Mavericks, getting his career back on track last season as a valuable member of the Dallas...
Clips Nation Jul 19, 2016

Questionable Blogger: Talking Raymond Felton with Tim Cato from Mavs Moneyball

Tim Cato from our sister site Mavs Moneyball was kind enough to answer a few questions about Raymond Felton. In case you missed it, the Clippers signed Raymond Felton last week, to a one-year minimum-salary contract.  Felton replaces Pablo Prigioni as the Clippers' third point guard behind Austin Rivers, but is also a talent upgrade for guard depth, which made the Clippers comfortable with moving C.J. Wilcox.  Even though we're NBA nerds here at Clips Nation, we're also all Clippers fans--that means we're watching 82 Clippers games a year, and probably only a handful of Dallas games. ...

Report: Clippers reach one-year deal with Raymond Felton to be reserve point guard

The Clippers have added a third point guard to the roster behind Chris Paul and Austin Rivers in 11-year NBA veteran Raymond Felton. Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times broke the story. Raymond Felton has agreed to a veterans minimum contract with the Clippers. Details still being worked out Brad Turner []
Clips Nation Jul 14, 2016

Clippers Free Agency 2016: Raymond Felton Agrees to Deal With Clippers

The veteran point guard is the newest Clipper. According to Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com, free agent point guard Raymond Felton has reached an agreement with the Clippers. Free agent guard Raymond Felton reaches agreement with Clippers, league sources inform @clevelanddotcom. — Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) July 14, 2016 Felton was a key rotation piece for the Mavericks last season, playing 27.4 minutes per game and starting 31 games.  He averaged 9.5 points, 3.6 assists, and 3.2 rebounds per game.  The one thing Felton is not is a three point shooter--he has a 32.7% career rate...
Posting and Toasting Jul 8, 2016

Knicks players love to refer to each other as "dog"

Different players of different ages, from different countries...all dogs. Remember the heady days of 2012, when Raymond Felton announced his return to the Knicks by declaring, "I'm a dog?" Those were good times. Dogs are important to basketball teams. It was only later, when Felton transformed from dog to lame, frustrated penguin, that the franchise began to suffer. Until now. The 2016-17 Knicks are going to be stacked with dogs. How do I know this? From the players themselves. Over the past two weeks, four different Knicks have been called dogs. Courtney Lee spoke with Basketball Insiders...

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