Kris Humphries may be out of Brooklyn and headed to Charlotte, according to a report by ESPN's Chris Broussard (via ProBasketballTalk).
"Sources: Nets & Bobcats discussing Ben Gordon for Kris Humphries trade. Nothing imminent but talks ongoing," tweeted Broussard.
According to Howard Beck of the New York Times, the Bobcats are the ones who proposed the deal.
Charlotte owns the NBA's worst record, while the Nets are right in the mix and fighting for seeding. Humphries is due $12 million this year and next season, and his numbers have dipped substantially in 2012-13 compared to 2011-12. After averaging a double-double last season (13.8 ppg., 11 rpg.), Humphries is posting six points and 6.4 rebounds in only 19.9 minutes.
Rondo may return sooner than expected?
Celtics fans, don't get too excited. According to a report by A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNewEngland.com (via ProBasketballTalk), Rajon Rondo's agent told CSNNE.com that the point guard's torn ACL is a partial tear, but will still miss the remainder of the season.
“It’s still too early to tell for sure,” his agent Bill Duffy said. “But we are very optimistic about his return now that we know his injury is only a partial tear and not a full tear.”
Surprisingly, the Celtics have gone 6-0 since Rondo suffered the injury.
Knicks stuck in Minnesota because of snow
MINNEAPOLIS -- The New York Knicks are stuck in Minnesota thanks to the massive snow storm that is pelting the New York-to-Boston corridor.
The Knicks were in Minnesota to play the Timberwolves on Friday night. They initially planned to fly home after the game, but coach Mike Woodson says that flight has been postponed. The team will stay in Minnesota overnight and try to get home on Saturday.
The Knicks are scheduled to play the Los Angeles Clippers at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Woodson says the team plans to get up on Saturday morning and go over scouting for the Clippers at the hotel before trying to leave for New York.
Forecasters are estimating 1 to 3 feet of snow will hit the northeast this weekend.
- Associated Press