Sunday, October 11th, 2009 at 6:03 am  |  14 responses

McCants Could Go to Greece?

The Greek team Aris Thessaloniki is rumored to be interested in scoring swingman Rashad McCants. According to sport.gr, McCants is one of the players that Aris are interested in but his case seems to be very difficult. Although he is coming from an abdominal injury which cost him his contract with the Houston Rockets McCants is still quite pricey for the money that the Greek team can afford. The article says that there are other cases that Fotis Katsikaris is interested in and the final cuts of the NBA rosters will probably be a deciding factor.

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  • http://dds yoyy

    well he is a talented player… so who knows… maybe a good player in europe? altho I think he has (had?) enough talent to be a good role player in the NBA

  • Pic

    He’s under the Khurse. Let’s see how things unfold for Lamar.

  • RedRum

    Hey Aris is the team I support!!! hope we get him if he is healthy!

  • james

    this is not me

  • boy sanchez

    Eisai arianos kai xairesai re?

  • Kedrock

    As long as they don’t play defense in Greece, McCant’s will be fine

  • feelinit

    once your inside a kardashian you never come out the same

  • B-more Mike

    You ain’t the same cause you just jammed a bad bitty, not a curse

  • TADOne

    Talent wasted to oversized ego. Shame.

  • Alvin

    maybe he’ll be unguardable over there lol

  • Buschfiya



    I liked him on the Kings,the guy can score.Not sure about offcourt issues.

  • luv2ball

    The Lakers should sign him, and then make a reality show so I can see how the locker room group dynamics play out.

  • TH

    Incredible talent. He’s seriously probably in the top 5 of raw talent to ever play at Carolina. Too bad he’s had trouble with every coach who’s ever coached him, even Roy to some extent; and since I’ve been watching him in the NBA, his defensive effort is no where to be seen.

    Get your head turned around, Rashad! The talent is still there.