After fifteen seasons, Kenyon Martin has called it a career. The big fella announced his retirement from pro hoops Thursday. Thanks for the Love. On to the Next — Kenyon The post Kenyon Martin Announces His Retirement from the NBA appeared first on SLAMonline.
Longtime NBA power forward Kenyon Martin will retire from the NBA after 15 seasons. Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports had an exclusive report on Martin's decision on Thursday, which featured his reasoning for calling it a career: It's been a great 15 years...Thanks to all the fans that supported me over the years. Show More Summary
The messages aren't subtle in the NBA, not even when you've made your name in the game, as a former No. 1 overall pick, as an All-Star, as a valuable enforcer in the way Kenyon Martin has. You don't choose to become a role player soShow More Summary
Former L.A. Clippers forward Kenyon Martin, currently of the Milwaukee Bucks, has put his home in Woodland Hills on the market at $1.85 million.
Milwaukee Bucks sign Kenyon Martin for rest of season The Milwaukee Bucks have signed forward/center Kenyon Martin for the remainder of the 2014-15 season, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Martin has appeared in eight games for the Bucks this season and averaged 1.3 points and 1.1 rebounds in 5.9 minutes per game. Martin signed his [...]
The Milwaukee Bucks (21-19 this season) have signed veteran forward/center Kenyon Martin to a second 10-day contract, General Manager John Hammond announced today. The Bucks used Martin sparingly during his first 10-day deal. He appeared in three games during that time, averaging 2.0 points and 1.0 rebounds in 5.1 minutes per game. Martin signed his initial [...]
The Bucks signed 37-year-old Kenyon Martin on Friday to replenish a depleted frontcourt, reuniting the forward with former New Jersey Nets teammate and current Milwaukee coach Jason Kidd.
The Bucks have signed veteran Kenyon Martin to replenish a depleted frontcourt.
The Milwaukee Bucks are in talks to sign veteran forward Kenyon Martin, a person familiar with the discussions said Thursday.
Looking to help a depleted front court, the Milwaukee Bucks will reportedly sign veteran forward Kenyon Martin to a 10-day deal. Martin was a free agent and hasn’t played in the league yet this season after playing 32 games with the New York Knicks last season. Report: @Bucks sign ex-Knicks, Nets, Nuggets forward Kenyon Martin to 10-day […]
Kenyon Martin is reportedly back in the NBA, having agreed to a 10-day deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks are expected to make the signing official this week. The […] The post Report: Milwaukee Bucks Sign Kenyon Martin to 10-Day Contract appeared first on SLAMonline.
LeBron James can't possibly leave Cleveland now, right? Right? Believe it or not, there are some rumblings that the King could once again bolt the homeland for greener pastures if things don't turn around for the Cleveland CavaliersShow More Summary
In hardcover:David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks debuts at number 3.Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Son of No One debuts at number 13.Patricia Briggs’ Shifting Shadows debuts at number 16.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons is up four positions, ending the week at number 11.Seanan McGuire's The Winter Long debuts at number 12.George R. Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony’s longtime teammate Kenyon Martin showed up at the Knicks’ summer-league game on Saturday and said he’s “not surprised” that the All-Star forward has decided to return to New York.
"What will Melo do?" is not the only question the New York Knicks must ask themselves when contemplating free agency this offseason. Besides Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks' new free agents Kenyon Martin, Cole Aldrich and Toure' Murry aren't...Show More Summary
Here’s the New York Post reporting: The Knicks still may shop at K-Mart this summer. According to an NBA source, Kenyon Martin, a free agent, went through with his offseason left ankle surgery and is on schedule with his rehab to be ready for training camp. The Knicks, pending what they do in their hunt for a big [...]
He's got a cast on his foot... and he's moving around on a medical scooter... but NBA star Kenyon Martin REFUSED to let his ankle injury keep him from the Hollywood club scene this weekend. After undergoing surgery to repair some bone chips…
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Kenyon Martin will miss the rest of the week and probably more with an injured left ankle, another loss for the New York Knicks' frontcourt.
Guard Iman Shumpert is active for the Knicks' game Monday night against the Bucks, though forward Kenyon Martin is out again with an injury.