Mike Bibby

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Mike Bibby
Once a Hawk, Mike Bibby could become a big man in Miami

Mike Bibby might just have found a way to the Eastern Conference finals. He couldn’t get there it as a Hawk, but from Chris Broussard of ESPN comes word that Bibby, last seen being grumpy over being traded to Washington, might take his talents …

To South Beach.

I mean, doesn’t everybody? ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Sources: Mike Bibby leans toward signing with Miami Heat

MIAMI — A pair of independent sources have confirmed to the Sun Sentinel that veteran point guard Mike Bibby is leaning toward signing with the Miami Heat in the wake of Monday's buyout from the Washington Wizards.

Bibby, acquired last week from the Atlanta Hawks at the NBA trading deadline, agreed, according to multiple reports, to bypass his $6.2 million 2011-12 salary from the Wizards in order to move to a contender. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Mike Bibby gets bought out, leaves entire $6.2 million salary on table

The Wizards have said all along that Mike Bibby would really have to pay to get his freedom. In the end, he did, big-time. Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports is reporting that Bibby was willing to waive his entire $6.2 million salary to get bought out from the Wizards. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Buyout Watch: Mike Bibby, Troy Murphy, Leon Powe all Possibilities, Rasual Butler to Chicago?

“Bibby has shot just 1-for-9 in two games with the Wizards, but there is a chance — albeit slim — that he may not be around much longer. According to a person with knowledge of the situation, Bibby’s agent, David Falk, plans to meet with Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld on Monday to discuss a possible buyout.

The person requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the negotiations. The two sides have had preliminary discussions, according to two league sources, but no formal proposals have been made. Bibby makes $5.8 million this season and is on the books for $6.4 million next season. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Troy Murphy, Mike Bibby could emerge as Heat options

MIAMI — By the time the Miami Heat's three-day break ends with Thursday's nationally televised game against the visiting Orlando Magic, it is possible the roster has a new look.

Veteran forward Troy Murphy and veteran point guard Mike Bibby, each dealt at last week's NBA trading deadline, could have eyes on South Florida.

Murphy, who reportedly has agreed to a buyout with the Golden State Warriors, is said by ESPN to be deliberating between the Boston Celtics and Heat. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Guard Mike Bibby reaches buyout agreement with Wizards

The buyout season has begun.

The Washington Wizards and newly-acquired point guard Mike Bibby reached a buyout agreement Monday, said a person with knowledge of the deal who requested anonymity because the buyout had not become official.

Forward Troy Murphy also reached a buyout agreement with the Golden State Warriors. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Wizards, Bibby reach buyout agreement [UPDATED]

By Michael Lee

The Wizards have reached a buyout agreement with point guard Mike Bibby. Bibby's agent, David Falk, met with Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld on Monday at Verizon Center to get the deal finalized.

The terms have not been disclosed, but a person with knowledge of the situation said Bibby sacrificed a "substantial" amount of money for his freedom. Another source said that Bibby surrendered his entire $6.2 million salary next season. Bibby will receive the remainder of his $5.7 million salary this season and has a chance to make more, should he sign a prorated minimum deal with his next team. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

Troy Murphy And Mike Bibby To Sign With Heat?

Which comes as a total shock, the Miami Herald is reporting that free agents Mike Bibby and Troy Murphy are leaning towards signing with the Miami Heat.

This would be a crushing blow to the Boston Celtics, not only would they be missing out on two key additions, the Miami Heat would be addressing two areas of need. The swing could be enough to catapult the Heat over the Celtics once and for all. The Heat have shown an ability to cruise past lesser teams relying on the their Big Three, but have struggled when playing an elite team that features an above average guard and/or center. ( Read Mike Bibby more... )

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Courtesy : AJC , SUN Sentinel , Bullets Forever , Celtics HUB , USA Today , The Washington Post & Hardwood Houdini

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