Dahntay Jones

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Nets' Dahntay Jones: Waived by Nets

      Jones was waived by the Nets on Monday, Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports reports. The veteran signed a camp deal with Brooklyn back in September but failed to impress throughout the preseason. It's unclear where he'll go from here, but the 34-year-old could draw interest later in the season as a potential roster addition for his abilities as a defender and locker room presence.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Report: Nets to give SG Dahntay Jones a chance

      The Nets have signed shooting guard Dahntay Jones to a non-guaranteed deal that will allow him to try to make the team, sources have told Yahoo Sports. Jones played a career-low 123 minutes last season with the Clippers. He was 6-for-21 from the field.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Report: Kings, Knicks, Clippers show interest in Dahntay Jones

      The Kings, Knicks and Clippers are all interested in free-agent guard Dahntay Jones, sources told Basketball Insiders. Jones averaged 0.6 points and 0.3 rebounds in 33 games last season.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Clippers' Dahntay Jones denies any wrong doing in bump of Green

      Clippers reserve Dahntay Jones doesn't think he should've been fined for his bump of Draymond Green Sunday, reports the Los Angeles Times. "No, I didn't do it on purpose," Jones said before Monday's game. "I don't have a reason to do it on purpose, but it's cool. I apologize if I hurt his feelings." Jones said he thinks Green blew it out of proportion. "Some people like to draw attention to themselves and make themselves bigger than what it is," Jones said. "I think it was more of him drawing attention to himself, and being the reason why somebody else got fined, but it is what it is." Jones is appealing his $10,000 fine, which the league handed down before Monday's game.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      NBA fines Dahntay Jones $10,000 for bumping Draymond Green

      The NBA has fined Clippers reserve Dahntay Jones for bumping Warriors forward Draymond Green during his postgame interview Sunday, the league announced. The bump drew a scowl from Green, which prompted some fiery words after the game. "I think he wanted a reaction from me, but he don't play," Green said, noting that Jones is averaging a career-low 4.6 minutes per game this season. "If [Jones] gets suspended, they may not even notice." Green had just finished scoring a game-high 23 points on 8 of 15 shooting from Jones walked by Green and pushed his shoulder into him. "I definitely expect that to be reviewed by the NBA. For him to look at me, look at me again and bump me when I'm doing a postgame interview; that's really smart, too, when it's on ABC," Green said. "The postgame interview is the highlight of that segment and you bump somebody."

    • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

      Clippers to keep Dahntay Jones for the rest of the year

      The Clippers will keep forward Dahntay Jones for the rest of the season, according to the Los Angeles Times. Jones signed his second 10-day contract with the club on Jan. 24. While he hasn't played all that much, Jones has received praise from head coach Doc Rivers during the year. Once Jones' second 10-day contract expires, the team will keep him around for the rest of the year. Jones has played in eight games this season.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Clippers sign guard Dahntay Jones to 10-day contract

      The Clippers signed guard Dahntay Jones to his second 10-day contract Saturday, the team announced. In four games with the Clippers, Jones is averaging 1.0 points and 0.2 rebounds.

    • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

      Clippers to re-sign Dahntay Jones

      The Clippers are planning to keep guard Dahntay Jones , according to the Orange County Register. Jones signed a 10-day contract with the club Jan. 14, but it appears he'll be around longer than that. Following Thursday's game, coach Doc Rivers said the team will keep Jones around. Jones has played in three games with the team thus far. He's been praised by Rivers for his toughness, which might be part of the reason the team is keeping him under contract.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Clippers' Doc Rivers unclear on backup small forward position

      Clippers coach Doc Rivers is still trying to figure out who will fill in the backup small forward position. After trading Reggie Bullock to the Suns to acquire his son, Austin, Rivers left the door open to anyone being able to fill the void on Saturday. "It could be anyone. It's not that big of an issue for me. Reggie was playing 10 minutes a game," Rivers said. "We feel like we have enough guys who can cover for him." The Clippers signed Dahntay Jones to a 10-day contract Wednesday and played five minutes in Saturday's win. Since the trade, however, starting small forward Matt Barnes has played 40 minutes per game, well above his normal 28.5 minutes.

    • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

      Doc Rivers confirms: Clippers will sign Dahntay Jones

      Clippers coach Doc Rivers confirmed he will sign small forward Dahntay Jones to a 10-day contract over small forward Darius Miller, per the team's official website. Rivers noted that Miller could be an option in the future "when he gets in better shape." The Clippers officially announced the signing Wednesday. Jones averaged 3.4 points on 36.9 percent shooting in his last NBA action during the 2012-13 season.

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