From Jodie Meeks's too-perfect head to Ramon Sessions's unrealistically precise goatee, these are the NBA players that look the most like video game characters.
Ramon Sessions hit an amazing shot entirely by accident. You will never see this shot happen again.
By now everybody knows the game plan for beating the Washington Wizards in the playoffs. We can neither stop nor contain the mighty Ramon Sessions, it goes. Ha ha ha, I mean, to even suggest such a thing could be done is a funny joke, even for the top-seeded team playing at home. Show More Summary
Ramon Sessions was inserted into the starting the lineup in place of the injured John Wall and filled in valiantly with 21 points on 8-14 shooting. The effort couldn’t get The post Ramon Sessions Drops Circus Shot High Off Glass (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Washington Wizards were desperately fighting to stay alive in the fourth quarter of Game 2 against the host Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night. Shots like this didn't hurt. Driving to the rim, Wizards veteran Ramon Sessions went up for a wild shot over Hawks big man Al Horford while being fouled by Dennis Schroder. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is in his first game back from injury, and it looks like he hasn't missed a step. Washington Wizards point guard Ramon Sessions, who was recently traded to the team, played all the defense one could against Curry, who was in full dominance mode as he toyed with Sessions, then hit a step-back triple. Show More Summary
Stephen Curry completely loses Ramon Sessions in a flurry of ball-handling to sink a three-pointer.
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has acquired guard Ramon Sessions from Sacramento in exchange for guard Andre Miller. “Ramon is a proven veteran who will bring an up-tempo style to our second unit and give us quickness, energy and defensive presence,” said Grunfeld. “He can make plays for himself as well [...]
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Sacramento Kings have agreed to trade guard Ramon Sessions to the Washington Wizards for guard Andre Miller.
In an effort to improve their backcourt depth, the Washington Wizards agreed to a deal on Thursday with the Sacramento Kings to acquire veteran guard Ramon Sessions in exchange for Andre Miller. Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reported the news. Show More Summary
The backup point guards are swapped, reuniting Miller and George Karl in Sacramento and giving Washington a younger No. 2 point guard. The Kings have agreed to trade reserve point guard Ramon Sessions to the Wizards in exchange for Andre...Show More Summary
Sacramento Kings point guard Ramon Sessions is reportedly on the trade block, perhaps on a course to return to the Charlotte Hornets. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports provided the details on Monday: The Hornets announced Monday that star point guard Kemba Walker would undergo surgery to address a torn left lateral meniscus. Show More Summary
Rookie guard Nick Johnson had a single bucket Thursday night in the Houston Rockets’ 113-109 overtime road win against the Sacramento Kings, but he sure made it memorable. Johnson literally […] The post Nick Johnson With the Monster Putback Dunk Over Ramon Sessions (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
It's not quite an Olympic Vince Carter, but Nick Johnson cleared Ramon Sessions' head with this huge put-back of a James Harden Miss:
The Sacramento Kings have signed guard Ramon Sessions.
The Sacramento Kings today signed free agent guard Ramon Sessions, according to Kings General Manager Pete D’Alessandro. Sessions was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the second round (56th overall) of the 2007 NBA Draft. He is averaging 11.7 points (.439 FG%,.311 3PT%,.800 FT%) and 4.7 assists in 25.8 minutes per game through 467 [...]
The Sacramento Kings opted to work out a sign-and-trade that sent former point guard Isaiah Thomas to the Phoenix Suns rather than pay him the four-year, $27 million contract he ultimately commanded. And while the addition of DarrenShow More Summary
Here’s the Sacramento Bee reporting on the Kings: The Kings have reached an agreement with veteran guard Ramon Sessions on a two-year deal worth $4.2 million, using the biannual exception because the team is over the salary cap. Sacramento had been looking for a veteran to add to its young backcourt. Sessions, 28, will be entering his eighth season after [...]
The Kings have signed Ramon Sessions on a two-year, $4.2 million deal using their bi-annual exception. He’ll join Darren Collison and Ray McCallum in Sacramento’s lead guard rotation. Per Yahoo: […] The post Kings Sign Ramon Sessions To 2-Year Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
Needing to find more depth and production at both guard positions after losing Isaiah Thomas earlier this summer, the Sacramento Kings have reportedly agreed to a deal with free agent Ramon Sessions. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of...Show More Summary