Kendrick Perkins has wrist surgery, Bulls sign Vladimir Radmanovic, Nets re-sing Keith Bogans, Portland waive Dan Gadzuric – NBA News Roundup

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Kendrick Perkins had wrist surgery
Oklahoma City Thunder starting centre Kendrick Perkins has had a successful surgery to repair a ligament tear on his wrist.
The injury to Perkins’ wrist occurred in the 4-2 thrashing of the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals. The centre also had to go through surgery on his right groin last week – an injury he suffered against the Dallas
Mavericks which at that time was declared strained hip muscle.
KP had to battle with injuries throughout the post season till eventually losing out to Miami Heat in the NBA finals. He is expected to recover just in time for the training camp to start before the season.
Chicago Bulls agree to sign Vladimir Radmanovic

On Thursday, Chicago Bulls have agreed to sign free agent Vladimir Radmanovic to be in their roster next season but the details of the agreement have not been revealed.
Radmanovic will start next season as his 12th year in the NBA and would hope to be a key part of the Bulls rotation with an increased playing time. It was the decrease in minutes that made him average only 4.5 points
in the 49 games he played for Atlanta Hawks last season.
The Bulls will be his seventh team since being drafted by the Seattle Supersonics in 2001. He has been able to hold a career average of 8.2 points and has a 38 % conversion rate from three point land.
Brooklyn Nets have brought back Keith Bogans

Brooklyn Nets general manager Billy King revealed on Thursday that they have reached an agreement with Keith Bogans for next season. The details of the agreement have not been made public yet.
Bogans has had the experience of moving around the NBA on a consistent basis and will be very happy to have re-signed with the Nets. Prior to joining the Nets midway through last season, the veterans had played Milwaukee Bucks,
Orlando Magic, San Antonio Spurs, Charlotte Bobcats, Houston Rockets and the Chicago Bulls.
Portland Trail Blazers decide to waive off Dan Gadzuric

After getting traded to the Portland Trail Blazers by the New York Knicks in exchange of Raymond Felton, Dan Gadzuric has been waived off by his current employers.
The former UCLA prospect has spent the past year playing for five different teams including taking part in the D-League twice. The decision from Blazers management is not surprising as Gadzuric has been able to only play 44 games
in the NBA in the past three seasons. May be it’s time for Gadzuric to hang up his boots after a decade of playing basketball professionally.



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