Shavlik Randolph

PF / Denver Nuggets / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Report: Nuggets expected to waive Shavlik Randolph

    The Nuggets claimed forward Shavlik Randolph off of waivers on Wednesday but not because they're interested in his skill set as a basketball player. According to The Denver Post, the Nuggets are below the NBA's salary cap floor. Randolph's addition inches them closer to the floor with his $1.227 million salary. Therefore, the Nuggets brought Randolph on board for strictly financial reasons. The Nuggets are expected to release Randolph. If he clears waivers then the Nuggets take the prorated cap hit for the remainder of the season. From there, a roster spot opens up, to which the Nuggets could then sign a young player and carry him into the summer. Denver is Randolph's third stop of the season. He was also with the Suns and Celtics. He's averaged 1.1 points and 1.8 rebounds in 21 games.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Nuggets awarded Shavlik Randolph off waivers

    The Nuggets have been awarded forward Shavlik Randolph off of waivers, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Randolph was waived by the Celtics on Monday. According to Basketball Insiders, the reason the Celtics waived Randolph was because he was unwilling to sign a non-guaranteed contract for the 2015-16 season. Randolph only appeared in 21 games for Boston and averaged 1.1 points and 1.8 rebounds.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Non-guaranteed money was reason why Celtics cut Shavlik Randolph

    After not accepting the team's offer of a non-guaranteed contract for next season, the Celtics decided to release forward Shavlik Randolph, reports Basketball Insiders. "As much as I would have loved to finish the season and playoff run with this team, I just wasn't willing to commit to a non-guaranteed deal for next season," Randolph said. "So they had to do what was best for them, which I completely understand." Despite not reaching an agreement with the Celtics, Randolph said he left the team on good terms. "I said, 'I don't know who I'll be with next season or whatever is going to go on, but I want you guys to know I would welcome any opportunity to come back here if it presented itself,'" Randolph said. "They told me the feeling was the same, I was always welcome back here, and that was something we could explore down the road."

  • by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

    Celtics sign G Chris Babb, waive F Shavlik Randolph

    The Celtics have signed guard Chris Babb, sending him directly to the D-League, and waived forward Shavlik Randolph, reports MassLive.com.Babb has been back and forth with the Celtics the last 14 months, most recently being waived Sept. 25, 2014, following a five-player trade with the Cavaliers. He has not played in the NBA this season.Randolph has seen action for the Celtics off the bench in 21 games this season, averaging 1.1 points and 1.8 rebounds.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Celtics' Shavlik Randolph inactive for Monday's game

    Celtics forward Shavlik Randolph is inactive for Monday's game against the Jazz, according to Celtics.com. Randolph is dealing with a strained left hamstring, and will not be able to play through it. He's averaging 1.1 points and 1.6 rebounds per game.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Celtics' Young misses practice; Prince, Randolph able to attend

    Celtics guard James Young was not able to attend Sunday's practice, reports MassLive.com. Young missed Friday's loss to the Bulls while suffering from an illness. His status for Monday's game against the Clippers has not been determined. Meanwhile, recently acquired forwards Tayshaun Prince and Shavlik Randolph were able to participate in Sunday's practice. Prince had been in discussions with the Celtics over a potential buyout and said all options are still on the table. Celtics coach Brad Stevens said Prince and Randolph should be active for Monday's game. The Celtics are 11 1/2-point underdogs to the Clippers.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Celtics announce trade of Austin Rivers to Clippers

    The Celtics announced the three-team trade which sends Austin Rivers to the Clippers, has been completed Thursday. In exchange for Rivers, the Celtics will receive a second-round pick and Chris Douglas-Roberts from the Clippers. The Clippers will send guard Reggie Bullock to the Suns, with the Suns sending forward Shavlik Randolph to the Celtics. The Celtics also receive a $2.4 million trade exception. Rivers is the son of Clippers coach Doc Rivers. Despite the appearance of nepotism, Doc Rivers said he is willing to coach his son, reports the Los Angeles Times. "I think a year ago I probably wouldn't, but I think I would for sure," Rivers said. "I think this team could handle that. He's a downhill guard, which is something we need, so I certainly would."

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Reports: Celtics ship Austin Rivers to Clippers in three-team trade

    The Clippers acquired guard Austin Rivers in a trade with the Celtics on Thursday, sources told NBA.com. In exchange for Rivers, the Celtics will receive Suns forward Shavlik Randolph, while the Suns will receive Clippers guard Reggie Bullock. The Celtics will also receive a second-round pick from the Clippers in the 2017 draft and Chris Douglas-Roberts, reports the Boston Herald. Douglas-Roberts is expetced to be waived. Rivers is the son of Clippers coach Doc Rivers. Despite the appearance of nepotism, Doc Rivers said he is willing to coach his son, reports the Los Angeles Times. "I think a year ago I probably wouldn't, but I think I would for sure," Rivers said. "I think this team could handle that. He's a downhill guard, which is something we need, so I certainly would."

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Shavlik Randolph signs with Suns

    The Suns signed forward Shavlik Randolph on Saturday, according to The Arizona Republic. Randolph played for the Celtics last season and spent the start of this season in China, where he averaged 22.3 points and 12.3 rebounds in six appearances.

  • by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com

    Celtics ink Randolph for duration

    The Celtics will sign forward Shavlik Randolph for the rest of the season, reports the Boston Globe Wednesday.

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