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The Chicago Bulls should sign Andres Nocioni off the waiver wire for the stretch run and the NBA Playoffs. Nocioni was waived by the Philadelphia 76ers after the NBA's Trade Deadline. He has played poorly this year, averaging less than 2 points in eleven games this season. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia 76ers have waived forward Andres Nocioni.
The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that the team has waived forward Andres Nocioni. The Sixers roster now stands at 13. “We want to sincerely thank Andres for his contributions to our team and maintaining a true level of professionalism throughout his time here,” Sixers President of Basketball Operations Rod Thorn said. “We wish him the best [...]
I can still here the chants from the 2005 and 2006 playoffs. Noc-i-oni! Noc-i-oni! It was the Bulls' first playoff game since Michael Jordan retired and Andrea Nocioni had the United Center rocking. He played nearly every second of that game and led the Bulls with 25 points and 18 rebounds as the Bulls beat the Washington Wizards 104-95. Show More Summary
76ERS TRADE: Evan Turner, Andres Nocioni, Craig Brackins, Tony Battie & 2012 No. 1 Pick JAZZ TRADE: Al Jefferson and Raja Bell I would venture to guess neither respective teams' GM has even considered the above trade proposal to date, but they should. Show More Summary
JAZZ TRADE: Al Jefferson and Raja Bell 76ers Trade: Evan Turner, Andres Nocioni, Craig Brackins, Tony Battie and 2012 No. 1 Pick The Utah Jazz have one too many big men on their roster, period. The Jazz are not on pace to make the playoffs...Show More Summary
Yes, we're talking "Andres Nocioni". Excuse me, who? Oh, you know: the 6'7" bench "player" that's miraculously on the Sixers' roster, making an unreasonably generous $6.6 million a year, for the next two seasons. He's averaged less than...Show More Summary
After signing as a free-agent with the Chicago Bulls after an impressive summer with the Argentine basketball team back in 2004, Andrés Nocioni finds himself possibly being out of the NBA in 2011-12. The physical defender who became a fan favorite and saw his career rise while with the Chicago Bulls faces an unknown future. Show More Summary
The seldom used Andres Nocioni doesn't have a place in the plans of the Sixers Andres Nocioni has proven that he can contribute positively when given enough opportunities. With the Bulls in 2006, he started 31 games and averaged 14.1 points per game. Show More Summary
Andre Iguodala is great on the wing for Philadelphia, but there is not any quality talent behind him. Iguodala played 36 minutes per game this season. Andres Nocioni and Jason Kapono do not offer much in the way of depth behind Iguodala. Jrue...Show More Summary
Earlier in the week when Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doug Collins told reporters that Andres Nocioni and Tony Battie could see a little more playing time over the last 12 games of the season, it was somewhat dismissed as mere lip service...Show More Summary
The short career for Evan Turner in a Sixers' uniform has been quite the whirlwind so far. He started the season coming off the bench in favor of Jason Kapono. He then was on the bench in favor of Andres Nocioni. He then cracked the starting five due to Andre Iguodala's injury, and impressed enough to earn a starting spot once Iguodala returned. Show More Summary
Philadelphia 76ers (2-8) at Cleveland Cavaliers (4-5): Quicken Loans Arena, 7:00 EST Projected Starting Lineups Philadelphia: Jrue Holiday (PG), Evan Turner (SG), Andres Nocioni (SF), Elton Brand (PF), Spencer Hawes (C) Cleveland: Ramon Sessions (PG), Anthony Parker (SG), Jamario Moon (SF), J.J. Show More Summary
November 16, 2010 – THD Rumor Patrol What a luxury it is to have your star player go down with an injury and have players of the caliber of Andres Nocioni and Evan Turner to step in and fill the hole he leaves. Nocioni and Turner will be under greater pressure to produce statistically however in [...]
The NBA has fined Philadelphia 76ers forward Andres Nocioni for throwing his mouthpiece into the stands.
Andres Nocioni of the Philadelphia 76ers has been fined $25,000 for throwing his mouthpiece into the stands, it was announced today by Stu Jackson, NBA Executive Vice President Basketball Operations. The incident occurred with 2:08 remaining in the first quarter of Philadelphia’s 109-103 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on November 10 at Oklahoma City Arena.