Zach Randolph

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  • Zach Randolph
    F, Dallas Mavericks

    Zach Randolph said that he'd like to play "a couple more years" before calling it quits on his NBA career.

    Randolph was a complete non-contributor last season, making zero appearances and serving as an inactive veteran for the Kings before being traded to Dallas and waived at the deadline. The 37-year-old might draw some interest as a culture-setter for young groups but his days of contributing on the court are likely over.

    Source: Memphis Commercial Appeal

  • Zach Randolph
    F, Dallas Mavericks

    The Mavericks will waive Zach Randolph.

    Z-Bo was part of Wednesday's trade for Harrison Barnes and was never expected to stay with the team. He'll likely pop-up somewhere, but he won't be fantasy relevant.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Zach Randolph
    F, Dallas Mavericks

    Zach Randolph is expected to reach an agreement on a buyout with the Mavs.

    The Mavs may not even ask him to show up. Z-Bo was included in Wednesday's trade to make the salaries match, as Dallas already has their lightly-used old guy for culture purposes. Regardless of where he ends up, Randolph won't be a fantasy option.

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

  • Zach Randolph
    F, Dallas Mavericks

    According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Mavs intend to discuss Zach Randolph's future with the team, possibly paving the way for a buyout.

    Even if Z-Bo lands on another team, the 37-year-old probably does not have enough juice left to make an impact in fantasy. Leave him out to pasture (the wire).

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Zach Randolph
    F, Dallas Mavericks

    According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Kings are trading away Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph in exchange for Harrison Barnes of the Mavs.

    Z-Bo is a throw-in for salary dump by the Mavs and will not likely see time on the court. He can be ignored for fantasy purposes.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Zach Randolph
    F, Sacramento Kings

    After leading the Kings in scoring last season, Zach Randolph is the victim of the team’s youth movement this year, but the Kings want him around in order to mentor the young bigs on the roster.

    Following practice on Tuesday, both general manager Vlade Divac and coach Dave Joerger addressed the situation confirming that Z-Bo is highly unlikely to see time on the court anytime soon, if at all this season. “The way we’re playing and how we’re going to play, he just doesn’t fit in that type of style,” Divac said. “We’re so happy that’s he’s part of this team, being a pro and helping with mentorship of the young guys.” The Kings have finally made the right decision pulling the plug on the veteran and the results have been extremely positive so far. Z-Bo could be a buyout candidate at some point later in the season but for now, he shouldn’t be owned in any leagues.

    Source: NBC Sports California

  • Zach Randolph
    PF, Sacramento Kings

    Zach Randolph posted a 27.5 usage rate and averaged 25.6 mpg in 59 contests before the Kings pulled the plug on him following the All Star break.

    Randolph was a pretty big blemish on the score card for Dave Joerger and Vlade Divac, as the team's identity changed to suit Randolph when he was on the floor and it stifled the development of teammates. He also symbolized a situation in which the veterans were allowed to struggle and the youngsters actually played better, leaving questions about why the latter group wasn't given more minutes early on. In the locker room and off the court he was a positive factor in the team's development, though pointing at and blaming Skal for his missed rotations was a tiny bit unnecessary.

  • Zach Randolph
    PF/C, Sacramento Kings

    Zach Randolph will not start on Friday vs. the Grizzlies.

    Ladies and gentlemen, your Sacramento Kings! The Kings aren't winning anything so we guess they have to find novel ways of entertaining themselves, which these days seems to involve lots of starting lineup changes pre-game.

    Source: Jason Jones on Twitter