Gee has reached an agreement to play for the Brisbane Bullets of the Australian NBL, Sportando.com reports.
Gee played in both the G-League and overseas last season. For the G-League's Sioux Falls SkyForce, he posted 13.6 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.5 steals per game. With Caciques de Humacao of the Puerto Rican BSN, he averaged a similar 15.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.5 assists.
Gee has played two games with the Skyforce since missing six games in February due to personal reasons.
In the team's most recent game Saturday against the Legends, Gee played 22 minutes, posting eight points (3-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, two assists and a steal. On the year, he's averaging 13.9 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.5 steals in 33.2 minutes.
Gee did not play Tuesday versus the Hustle due to personal reasons.
Fluctuating between the NBA and the G-League, the 30-year-old is currently averaging 14.9 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game this season in the G-League. It's unclear when Gee is expected back, even though the Skyforce's next game is not until Feb. 24 because of the All-Star break.
Gee will join 12 other G League stars as a member of the 2018 NBA G League USA roster for the upcoming International Challenge, per the G League.
The 30 year old former Nugget has provided a steady presence for the Sioux Falls Skyforce, averaging 14.9 points, 5.3 boards, 2.3 assists, and 1.6 steals per game over 19 contests. He and his fellow G League stars will face the Mexican National Team on Sunday, February 18th during NBA All-Star festivities.
Gee signed a contract with the Sioux Falls SkyForce, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Gee appeared in just 13 games with the Nuggets last season, averaging less than a point per game across 6.8 minutes. Though he'll be playing for the Heat's G-League affiliate, he remains free to sign with any NBA team, provided his stint goes well.
Gee's 10-day contract with the Nuggets expired Wednesday, Harrison Wind of BSN Denver reports.
For the time being, Gee will return to the free agent pool, but it's possible that the Nuggets could bring him back on a second 10-day deal in the near future. The Nuggets needed to free up a roster spot after acquiring Mo Williams in a cap-related move Tuesday, but Williams will be released as soon as the trade becomes official, so Denver will soon have an open roster spot. Gee would likely be the top candidate to fill that roster void, though the team has yet to offer any comment. The 29-year-old, who was previously waived by the Nuggets on Jan. 6 before signing a 10-day deal two days later, has appeared in only 13 games on the season.
Gee signed a 10-day contract with the Nuggets on Sunday.
Gee was waived by the Nuggets last week, but the team decided to bring him back on a short-term deal with fellow wing Gary Harris dealing with a groin injury. He will provide depth and does not figure to jump into the rotation despite Harris' setback.
Gee was waived by the Nuggets on Friday.
Gee signed with the Nuggets in mid-November when the team was hit hard by injuries on the wing, but with Denver back to just about full health over the past several weeks, his playing time has fallen by the wayside. The veteran guard has played in just four games since the beginning of December, and since he's not a building block for the future, the team decided to let him go before his $1.1 million contract became guaranteed for the rest of the season on Jan. 10.
Gee played four minutes in a 127-99 loss to the Spurs on Thursday, missing his only shot and grabbing one rebound.
With rookies Malik Beasley and Juan Hernangomez on D-League assignments and Kenneth Faried (back) sitting out, Gee was active for a game for one of the few occasions of late, and was able to log some run during garbage time. Unless the Nuggets are besieged by injuries on the wing, this will probably be the extent of Gee's court time when he suits up.
Gee (coach's decision) was inactive during Monday's 117-107 win over the Mavericks.
Gee appeared in nine of the Nuggets' subsequent 10 games after signing with the club Nov. 16 amid a rash of injuries on the wing, but with the team now back to full health, he's been unsurprisingly dropped from the rotation. Given the Nuggets' limited financial commitment to Gee and his low upside, it wouldn't be surprising if he were waived at some point later this season in order for the Nuggets to address their depth at another position.
Gee will be available Wednesday against the Suns, BSN Denver reports.
Gee officially finalized a deal with the team Wednesday morning, and he'll immediately be available off the bench less than 24 hours later. The veteran journeyman, who spent last season with the Pelicans, is unlikely to hold a major role in Denver, though coach Mike Malone lauded Gee's ability to guard up to four positions, so it's possible he could work his way into consistent minutes as a reserve.
Gee is finalizing a contract with the Nuggets on Tuesday, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Gee spent training camp with the Pelicans, but was unable to make enough of an impression to latch on with their regular season roster. However, the Nuggets are in desperate need of some help on the wing with Gary Harris (foot) out multiple weeks, as well as guys like Wilson Chandler (hamstring) and Will Barton (ankle) dealing with their respective injuries. Gee likely won't see a ton of minutes out of the gate and is expected to take on a depth role, so he can still be avoided in fantasy leagues for the time being.
Gee was waived Monday by the Pelicans, Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports.
With the regular season set to begin Tuesday, the Pelicans trimmed their roster to 15 players and opted to keep the higher-upside Lance Stephenson over Gee, who is a solid defender, but brings little to the table on the other end of the court. Since his contract for 2016-17 was guaranteed, Gee will still receive $1.4 million from the Pelicans. He'll aim to latch on with another team as an end-of-bench piece.
Gee looks to be on the outside looking in for a roster spot through the Pelicans' first three preseason contests, John Reid of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
The Pelicans re-signed Alonzo Gee and inked Lance Stephenson to a one-year deal this offseason with the expectation that both would compete for one of the available roster spots on the wing. The competition has been fairly one sided thus far, as Stephenson has averaged 26 minutes per game in the preseason compared to Gee's six minutes. While Gee is the more stable commodity of the two and is a high-effort defender, but it wasn't long ago when Stephenson was considered a potential All-Star, and at 26 years old, his upside may be too tantalizing for the Pelicans to pass up.
Gee (quad) officially re-signed Thursday with the Pelicans on a one-year, $1.4 million contract, Michael Scotto of Sheridan Hoops reports.
Gee is expected to once again fill a depth role in his second season with the Pelicans, though he'll likely see his playing time drop a bit after averaging 22.4 minutes per game across 73 appearances in 2015-16. The 30-year-old suffered a ruptured right quad muscle in late March that cost him the rest of the season, but the expectation is that he'll be ready to go for training camp.
Gee (quad) is close to finalizing a one-year contract to re-sign with the Pelicans, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.
It appears Gee's agent and the Pelicans are still hammering out some minor details, but it looks like the swingman will head back to New Orleans after suiting up in 73 games a season ago. He often played out of necessity due to the vast number of injuries up and down the roster, but offered precious little production during his time on the court, averaging 4.5 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.0 assist across 22.4 minutes per game. The 30-year-old journeyman has played for six different teams during his seven-year career, so Gee will finally gain some stability by rejoining the Pelicans. However, if the team remains healthier this season, Gee's playing time will likely fall by the wayside.
Gee (quad) has declined his player option from the Pelicans and will become an unrestricted free agency, Michael Scotto of the Associated Press reports.
Gee will likely be playing for his seventh team in his first eight seasons in 2016-17, as the veteran out of Alabama just hasn't been able to stretch together a worthwhile stint with a club to this point in his career. The forward ruptured his quad Mar. 28 against the Knicks and joined a myriad of Pelicans on the IR for the second half of the 2015-16 season. Up until that point, Gee had averaged 4.5 points and 3.4 rebounds per game, but was coming off of two straight 17-plus point outings, arguably his strongest two showings of the season.
Gee suffered a ruptured right quad muscle in Monday's win over the Knicks and has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Gee becomes the seventh Pelicans player to succumb to a season-ending injury, after the team also announced Tuesday that Jrue Holiday (eye) would be shut down for the year. Prior to Monday's game, the 28-year-old had been in the midst of his best two-game stretch of the season, as he'd averaged 17.5 points, 5.5 boards, and 1.5 assists in 41 minutes. He likely would have been in line for a similarly huge workload over the last two weeks of the season due to the lack of healthy players on the roster, but instead, he'll be just another name of the Pelicans' lengthy injury list. His ability to avoid injury up to this point in the season afforded him much more run than the Pelicans likely envisioned heading into the season, as he'll wrap up the 2015-16 campaign with modest averages of 4.5 points (on 51.8% shooting), 3.4 rebounds, one assist, and 0.9 steals over 22.4 minutes across 73 appearances.
Gee scored 18 points (8-12 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-4 FT) while adding eight rebounds, two assists and a steal in 41 minutes during Saturday's loss to the Raptors.
He was one of the few bright spots for the short-handed Pelicans in a 24-point loss, and Gee is likely to continue seeing big minutes and produce solid numbers down the stretch given the team's lack of other options to generate any kind of offense.
Gee will return to the starting lineup Thursday against Indiana, Candace Buckner of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Gee has cycled in and out of the starting five this season due to various injuries to his teammates, but his addition Thursday is the result of Jrue Holiday sitting out with a toe injury. It's unclear how severe Holiday's injury is, so there's a possibility Gee will have added playing time even beyond Thursday.
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