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Odds & Ends: Thomas, Jones, Miles, Howard

With the All-Star Game about to kick off in Orlando, here are some other things going on around the league:

  • After signing Lance Thomas to a couple of 10-day contracts, league sources have confirmed that the New Orleans Hornets will now sign the forward for the remainder of the season, according to John Reid at the Times Picayune.
  • Reid also indicates that the Hornets will offer big man Solomon Jones his second 10-day contract this year.  Both of these moves will be announced later this week.
  • Utah Jazz forward C.J. Miles discussed his upcoming free agent status with Brian Smith of the Salt Lake Tribune.  Miles indicates that while he will explore his options, he is definitely open to re-signing with the Jazz. 
  • Smith also talked to Jazz forward Josh Howard, who like Miles, will also consider re-signing with Utah. 
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6 thoughts on “Odds & Ends: Thomas, Jones, Miles, Howard

  1. Tired_OF_FakeRumors

    “I do not need new fans, I have enough money in the bank … and in fact, what the hell is Puerto Rico … it is just a simple place just over ¼ of an inch on the map. I’m not interested and that does not affect me “

    Thats the answer shaq gave to a puertorrican reporter last night after the Slam Dunk contest. The interesting thing is that the reporter was not asking for an interview or anything, he was asking for only ONE photo fro the NBA fans in Puerto Rico. Its amazing how this guys act when they are trying to gain some All Star votes or some fans to sell their shoes. But when they are old and have enough money already they become monsters.

    • Paul Shailor

      Do you have a source?

      • Tired_OF_FakeRumors

        The reporter that got rejected in a non classy way told me. And of course he then post it in his page.

        • Paul Shailor

          Link? name?

  2. baseball52

    Congrats to Lance. He was a good defensive player at Duke. Should add some tenacity to a struggling Hornets roster.

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