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Hornets Remove Jeffery Taylor Indefinitely From Team Activities

Jeffery Taylor will not be participating in any team-related activities with the Charlotte Hornets while the NBA is investigating his conduct, effective immediately.

The Hornets released the following statement.

"As an organization, we understand and appreciate the seriousness of this matter, and will assist the NBA and law enforcement in any way we can until this comes to an acceptable resolution. We have spoken with Jeffery and his representatives and they fully understand our position."

Via RealGM Staff Report

J.J. Hickson Suspended Five Games For Drug Violation

J.J. Hickson has been suspended for five games by the NBA for violating the NBA's anti-drug policy.

Hickson signed with the Denver Nuggets in the 2013 offseason.

Via RealGM Staff Report

J.J. Hickson Suspended Five Games By NBA For Violating Anti-Drug Program

J.J. Hickson has been suspended without pay for five games due to violating terms of the NBA's anti-drug program, the league announced on Wednesday.

Hickson's suspension begins with the first game of the regular season.

Via RealGM Staff Report

Greg Monroe Suspended Two Games By NBA For Driving While Visibly Impaired

Greg Monroe has been suspended two games without pay for pleading guilty to driving while visibly impaired, the NBA announced on Tuesday.

Monroe signed a qualifying offer with the Detroit Pistons this week after being unable to negotiate a new contract.

Via RealGM Staff Report

Danny Ferry Disciplined By Hawks, Releases Statement

Danny Ferry released a statement on Tuesday in response to the release of racial comments about Luol Deng.

The AP reported that the Hawks disciplined Ferry.

“In regards to the insensitive remarks that were used during our due diligence process, I was repeating comments that were gathered from numerous sources during background conversations and scouting about different players. I repeated those comments during a telephone conversation reviewing the draft and free agency process. Those words do not reflect my views, or words that I would use to describe an individual and I certainly regret it. I apologize to those I offended and to Luol, who I reached out to Monday morning.   

"In terms of the email that Bruce (Levenson) sent, the situation is disturbing and disappointing on many levels and I understand Bruce's words were offensive.

"I am committed to learning from this and deeply regret this situation. I fully understand we have work to do in order to help us create a better organization; one that our players and fans will be proud of, on and off the court, and that is where my focus is moving forward.”

Via RealGM Staff Report
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