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Central Notes: Sanders, Hoiberg, Christmas

Former Bucks center Larry Sanders plans to attempt an NBA comeback, but he wants to address other opportunities first, as he tells Shams Charania of The Vertical on Yahoo Sports. People close to the 27-year-old who abruptly walked away from the game in the middle of last season tell Charania that he’s serious about a return sooner rather than later, but Sanders said to the Vertical scribe that he has no timetable and first wants to continue growing his management company for artists, designers and photographers.

“Once my art, music and passions off the court feel stable, I will look into coming back,” Sanders said. “I still love basketball. I want stability around me, and part of my mindset to leave was not to put all my eggs in one basket. I feel highly valuable on any team. There aren’t a lot of people who can bring my game to a team. I still play basketball all the time, staying in shape. I will need to make sure the situation is right for me.”

Sanders was reportedly drawing preliminary interest from the Mavericks at the start of this past season. The Bucks are paying Sanders nearly $1.866MM each season through 2021/22 through the terms of the stretch provision and his buyout arrangement. See more from the Central Division:

  • The Bulls are a flawed team, not the championship-caliber bunch that the front office thought, which makes it tough to figure why management and the players remain in place from last season instead of coach Tom Thibodeau, contends Steve Rosenbloom of the Chicago Tribune.
  • Still, Bulls players are taking the blame for their own inconsistency, and new coach Fred Hoiberg has support from key figures, including Mike Dunleavy, a coach’s son and respected veteran voice, as Tribune scribe K.C. Johnson details.
  • Cavaliers training camp cut Dionte Christmas has been released for a second time this season from an overseas team, international journalism David Pick observes (Twitter link). AEK Athens parted ways with the one-year NBA veteran swingman, the team announced today (translation via Sportando’s Emiliano Carchia). The Greek club signed him last month shortly after Israel’s Hapoel Holon let him go, and Athens reportedly planned to keep him for the balance of the season as of just a few weeks ago.
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6 thoughts on “Central Notes: Sanders, Hoiberg, Christmas

  1. Strauss

    Reinsdorf has managed to create two bad teams because he has trusted the same people for too long and they are not held accountable. Paxon and Williams are two arrogant people that can’t make good decisions anymore.

  2. Arthur Hill

    Larry Sanders doesn’t sound any more serious about basketball now than he was when he left the NBA. I’ll be surprised if we ever see him as a productive player again.

    • victor

      how does the nba work with weed in legal states i wonder ? if you live in denver and play for denver are you allowed to smoke it up ?

      • starlord

        nba doesn’t test for weed. only rookie players anymore I think.

        • Chuck Myron

          No, NBA still tests for it, even for players in states where it’s legal. The NBA, like any workplace, retains the right to ban substances as it sees fit, regardless of whether they’re otherwise illegal.

  3. aarongill

    Many teams will be interested in sanders

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