Week In Review: 9/11/16 – 9/17/16

With 2016’s offseason winding down and the preseason almost upon us, here’s a look back at all the notable news and events from around the NBA this past week:





  • Heat swingman Josh Richardson suffered a partially torn MCL in his right knee and will miss six to eight weeks of action.
  • The Nuggets named Chuck Hayes as their Associate of Basketball Operations.
  • Mario Hezonja signed with Creative Artists Agency for representation.
  • The Lakers officially named Coby Karl as the coach of the L.A. D-Fenders, their D-League affiliate.
  • LeBron James, James Jones and Chris Paul were served with notices of deposition in former NBA players’ union executive director Billy Hunter’s wrongful termination lawsuit against the NBPA.
  • Mitch McGary was suspended an additional 10 games by the league for non-compliance with the NBA’s drug policy. His suspension is now 15 games.
  • The Suns hired Mehmet Okur as player development coach.
  • The Nuggets hired former Rockets assistant Chris Finch to join their coaching staff.
  • Suns forward P.J. Tucker will miss six to eight weeks after undergoing a successful microdiscectomy procedure on his lower back.
  • Nate Loenser was named the head coach of the Bulls new D-League affiliate, the Windy City Bulls.
  • The Spurs added former Pelicans head coach Monty Williams to their basketball operations staff and Landry Fields as a college scout.
  • Grizzlies center Marc Gasol, who missed the end of the 2015/16 season and the Olympics after breaking his foot in February, has been cleared to return to the court.

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