Jamario Moon SF CHA Oct 11 '12
Jamario Moon has hired a new agent and still hopes to sign with an NBA team.
Moon's athleticism is no longer enough to overcome his limitations on the court, and there's minimal interest in him around the league. In eight appearances with the Bobcats last year, he averaged just 2.3 points per game on 29.2 percent shooting.
Jamario Moon SF CHA Sep 23 '12
Veteran free agent Jamario Moon is interested in signing with the Hawks, adding, "all they have to do is call me."
The Hawks are looking for a defensive-minded small forward, but Moon has struggled to make a mark in the NBA since playing with the Raptors from 2007-09, and at 32 years old he's rapidly losing his greatest basketball asset -- freakish athleticism. Even if he manages to make an NBA roster, his fantasy utility has ended.
Jamario Moon SF CHA Jul 02 '12
The Bobcats waived F Jamario Moon on Monday.
The last time we updated Moon at Rotoworld was the day he signed with the Bocats back in April, which means he didn't play much while in Charlotte. He had a pretty inspiring season in Toronto a few years ago, but hasn't made a blip on fantasy radars since.
Jamario Moon SF CHA Apr 14 '12
Jamario Moon will be called up from the D-League to the Charlotte Bobcats, a source tells SI's Sam Amick.
Moon had been playing with a stacked D-Fenders team in the D-League, but he'll finish the season with a Bobcats team that is desperate for anyone who can help on offense. With Corey Maggette (Achilles) done for the season, Moon's worth monitoring in deeper leagues.
Jamario Moon SF CHA Jan 02 '12
Jamario Moon worked out for the Bobcats on Christmas Eve but remains an unrestricted free agent.
Moon had a "solid workout with the Bobcats" and it's a bit surprising no team has dangled a minimum offer for the athletic forward. No matter where he lands, he's not likely to help fantasy owners.
Jamario Moon SF CHA Oct 06 '11
Updating a previous item, Jamario Moon has joined the Quebec Kebs in order to practice with the team, stay in shape, and to serve as an assistant to head coach Robert Spon.
It doesn't sound like Moon will actually be suiting up, but is rather just using the NBL as an opportunity to prepare while the NBA lockout is still in full effect. He is an unrestricted free agent.