The Miami Heat will seek a $2.65 million salary cap exception due to Josh McRoberts being out for possibly the rest of the season. Ira Winderman of The Sun Sentinel announced early Tuesday that the Heat will be applying to the NBA for a disabled-player exception to replace the veteran power forward. Such an appeal will be largely dictated by whether an independent NBA physician...
Josh McRoberts in a pretty intense player and showed it during Sunday’s game between the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors. After apparently losing a rebound, McRoberts’ frustration level was to the point where it caused him to act on it. His jersey would be the victim, as McRoberts grabbed and partially tore it down the...Read More
It would appear that Josh McRoberts won’t make his return in the season opener after all. Less than a month after undergoing toe surgery, McRoberts is still not 100 percent. The Sun Sentinel’s Shandel Richardson reports that the power forward is likely to sit Wednesday’s opener versus the Washington Wizards. All previous reports indicated that McRoberts would be ready in...
Josh McRoberts has never seen a stage this large, lights this bright and expectations this enormous throughout his six-year career. As a true journeyman in the NBA, McRoberts has never been on a team that has held him to championship expectations and standards. Despite a career statistical year last season with the Charlotte Bobcats (will be Hornets next season), McRoberts enters...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- During this offseason, the Charlotte Hornets publicly stated their intentions to re-sign free agent forward Josh McRoberts. By most accounts, it was a high priority. Owner Michael Jordan and head coach Steve Clifford knew, in effect, just how valuable McRoberts was to an offense that struggled to score. The club's worst fears came true on Monday, however, as McRoberts...
Earlier today, ESPN’s Marc Stein reported that the Heat were signing Danny Granger to their full Mid Level Exception, rumored to be 4 years, $23 million deal. The interesting thing about this signing is if you remember the first round in the playoffs this year, Lebron and McRoberts weren’t exactly... The post Heat Sign Danny Granger, Josh McRoberts appeared first on Hoops-Nation.
According to Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com, the San Antonio Spurs are one of many teams that have shown interest in Charlotte Hornets free agent Josh McRoberts. Josh McRoberts drawn interest from Charlotte, Dallas, Clev, Miami, Clippers, Knicks, Portland, Phoenix, Spurs and Lakers, source told ESPN. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN)
The NBA Draft is fast approaching and is shaping up to be not only a hugely impactful one but a busy one as well. With Joel Embiid’s status as it is and the ripple effects that it will cause, teams will be scrambling up until they’re on the clock. On draft night deals, moves and picks can move at a hectic pace and predictions can go out the window pretty quickly. Here’s one...
Josh McRoberts, the ex-Laker who once was highly thought of as simply being a scrub, has been a major contributor on the Bobcats this year. Watch as he posterizes the Birdman in Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs, though Charlotte lost the game. [Bleacher Report] The post Josh McRoberts Brings Down the Hammer on the Birdman appeared first on Diehardsport.
What a week it’s been for the Charlotte Bobcats’ Josh McRoberts. A journeyman long lauded as the NBA’s living, breathing example of the limits of mediocrity, McRoberts has been on a mission to blow up that label this week. First, there was this. It came as a shock to many to see him go reverse on Brooklyn like that but while he’ll never be the next Dr. J, let it be known...
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