posted on Sep, 18 2004 @ 12:08 PM
Drexler could suit up for Nuggets
The Post's Marc J. Spears reports that former Blazers great Clyde Drexler is thinking about making a comeback. The Nuggets are among the teams that
Drexler would consider signing with.
Carter trade on hold
Although Vince Carter has asked to be traded, the Star's Michael Clarkson and Doug Smith report that Raptors GM Rob Babcock is in no hurry to unload
his star player. While several teams appear to be interested in Carter, one scout said that "no one wants to give up anything for him".
Gasol may extend stay in Memphis
Memphis Commercial Appeal
The Commercial Appeal's Ronald Tillery reports that Pau Gasol's decision to hire Arn Tellem to be his new agent could increase the Grizzlies' chances
of signing him to a long-term deal.
Kidd trade talk fizzles
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman writes that VP Kevin McHale has denied rumors that the Timberwolves could acquire Jason Kidd as part of a three-way
deal with the Nets and Knicks.
Wallace, Brezec could get new contracts
The Observer's Rick Bonnell reports that Gerald Wallace and Primoz Brezec could sign contract extensions with the Bobcats.
Pistons should be bigger, better
Detroit Free Press
The Pistons will open training camp in a little more than two weeks, and they might be better than they were last season, when they stunned the NBA by
beating the Los Angeles Lakers in five games in the Finals.
Russian terror dooms Jazz trip
The Utah Jazz were really getting energized by the approach of their scheduled trip to Moscow to play CSKA, Andrei Kirilenko's former team, in an NBA
preseason opener on Oct. 8... But for now the trip is off: The NBA announced Friday that it has postponed the trip until possibly next year due to
security concerns fueled by recent terrorist acts by Chechen extremists.
Pedrique won't be back; Scott Williams might do same
Looks like the Suns have had a 360 on center Scott Williams. The Suns were set to sign Williams to a one-year, veterans-minimum contract just a week
ago, but it now looks like they may back off and Williams might retire.
Nuggets may keep White
Rocky Mountain News
Nuggets general manager Kiki Vandeweghe has not closed the door on re-signing (Rodney) White. He will meet today in Los Angeles with White's agent,
Dan Fegan... Vandeweghe said the Nuggets, seeking a third point guard, have invited Keith McLeod to training camp.