Hakim Warrick has signed with Melbourne United. Warrick has most recently played in Turkey for Torku Konyaspor and has been working out with the Atlanta Hawks prior to the signing. Melbourne United CEO Vince Crivelli said that the club was pleased to have signed such a high caliber talent. “Hakim is a strong replacement for Ekene, we think he can give us scoring punch and leadership...
Syracuse's Hakim Warrick had perhaps the most clutch blocked shot in Final Four history in 2003 at the Superdome.
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
July 14, 2015
This weekend is NBA All-Star Weekend, and while the Dunk Contest has fallen on hard times over the last decade or so, it’s always been right up there with the Home Run Derby as the best All-Star event in any of the professional sports leagues. That, and the fact that Hakim Warrick’s dunk over Texas […]
Hakim Warrick will work out for the San Antonio Spurs on Sept. 1. Warrick is not guaranteed a contract with the Spurs, but he will have an opportunity against some current Spurs players and free agents. Warrick said he accepted the Spurs' invitation because San Antonio has some players with non-guaranteed deals. Warrick last played in the NBA during the 2012-13 season with the Bobcats.
The San Antonio Spurs have asked former NBA player Hakim Warrick for a workout according to Syracuse.com. According to the report, Warrick is to head to San Antonio to workout on September 1. Warrick was drafted 19th overall in the 2005 NBA Draft and was selected by the Grizzlies. He then became a journeyman playing […]
Despite all of Syracuse’s success on the basketball court over the last decade, the school’s lone national championship came back in 2003 when Carmelo Anthony, Gerry McNamara and Hakim Warrick led the Orangemen to a 81-78 victory over Kansas in New Orleans. As we found out yesterday via Reddit, at least one fan still likes to remind himself of the result every day. Check out...
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