Sunday, July 26, 2009

Pacers Sign Solomon Jones To 2-Year Deal

Jeff Rabjohns of The Indianapolis Star:
The Indiana Pacers have agreed to a two-year deal for forward Solomon Jones, a person familiar with the situation confirmed today.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
I guess my suspicions were correct and the Hawks never did extend a qualifying offer to Solomon Jones. Keep the lack of official announcements regarding generic organizational business in mind the next time anyone in a decision-making capacity utters the words "criticism" or "scrutiny." Neither really exists in this market.


rbubp said...

I think I can safely utter that no one will be criticizing Woodson's player development skills on this one.

Bret LaGree said...

Unmentioned because it can't be changed and is of little immediate importance now, but keeping Jones with the team for the entirety of the 2007-08 season so he could play 145 minutes in 35 games rather than getting regular playing time (and much-needed game experience) in the D-League was an odd decision for an organization that believed (evidence to the contrary, in my opinion) he could become a useful player.