Week In Review 11/8/15-11/14/15

Injuries were a major part of this past week’s news, with Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler and Pacers 2015 lottery pick Myles Turner both being knocked out of action. Chandler was diagnosed with a labral tear and will undergo hip surgery early next week, ending his 2015/16 season, while Turner will miss at least the next four weeks after suffering a chip fracture in his left thumb. Chandler signed a four-year, $46.5MM extension with Denver during the offseason and he was expected to play a major role for the team, while Turner’s play has been solid thus far, earning him a spot in Indiana’s rotation.

Here’s more from the week that was…


Free Agent Signings



D-League News

  • Five-year NBA veteran and Hornets camp cut Elliot Williams signed with the D-League affiliate of the Warriors.
  • The Warriors named Chris Murphy as the team president of the Santa Cruz Warriors, their D-League affiliate.
  • Henry Sims and Lorenzo Brown signed with the Pistons’ D-League affiliate.
  • The Bulls formally announced that they will establish a D-League affiliate that will begin play during the 2016/17 season.

You can stay up to date on all the D-League assignments and recalls for the season here.

Miscellaneous News

  • The Heat suspended swingman Gerald Green for two games for what was termed “detrimental conduct.”
  • Indiana’s Capital Improvement Board unanimously approved a contract to allow the Pacers to build a $50MM practice facility.
  • Hedo Turkoglu officially announced his retirement.

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