With the regular season entering its fourth week, here’s a look back at all the notable news and events from around the NBA this past seven days:
- After being waived by the Nuggets last month, D.J. Kennedy signed with China’s Foshan Lions.
- Perry Jones III signed with the Iowa Energy of the D-League.
- The Nuggets signed Alonzo Gee.
- The Mavericks signed Jonathan Gibson.
- The agent for Kings forward Omri Casspi met with team officials this week, but Casspi denies that a trade was requested.
- Mario Chalmers, who continues to recover from the Achilles injury that ended his 2015/16 campaign prematurely, remains on track to get healthy this season, and is hoping to land with a title contender.
- Chris Patrick, formerly a member of Relativity Sports, left the agency to start the Sports Law Group, which will represent athletes, coaches, and schools.
- Nuggets starting shooting guard Gary Harris could be sidelined up to four weeks with a foot injury.
- Derrick Rose is seeking $70K in court costs related to his civil trial that concluded last month.
- Grizzlies power forward Brandan Wright underwent an arthroscopic debridement of his left ankle and will be out of action for at least two months.
- Kevin Durant is baffled by the notion that Celtics fans are angry at him for not signing with their team.
- Mavericks veteran point guard J.J. Barea will be sidelined approximately six weeks because of a left leg injury.
- Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson joined a group of investors seeking to build an NBA and NHL arena in Seattle.