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Current Team: Retired
Height: 6-5 (196cm) Weight: 204 (93kg)
Current NBA Status: Retired (Feb 13, 2014)
Early Entry Info: N/A
Draft Selection(s): Undrafted
Draft Rights Trade: N/A
Draft Rights Renounced: N/A
Raja Bell News
Feb 13, 2014 | Talkin Hoopz
Raja Bell has decided to retire from the NBA.
Raja Bell worked out for the Knicks in New York on Monday and stood out to the point where he could receive consideration for a roster spot, a league source told RealGM.
Raja Bell and the Jazz were unable to agree to a buyout before the Mar. 1 deadline, making him ineligible for the playoffs.
The Lakers didn't feel that Raja Bell was worth adding more salary and tax to their already massive bill.
The Jazz and Raja Bell had a settlement in place that rested on the 36-year-old’s ability to find a deal elsewhere to make up the difference in salary.
Raja Bell would only agree to a buyout with the Jazz had he found a deal with another team.
Feb 28, 2013 | Marc Stein/ESPN
Raja Bell hasn't played throughout the season.
Raja Bell was instrumental in successful Suns team when Mike D'Antoni coached in Phoenix.
The Lakers have paused their pursuit of Raja Bell with the point guard position being their short-term priority.
Raja Bell and the Jazz will agree to a buyout once he finds a veteran's minimum deal from another club.
The Jazz are not currently discussing a buyout of Raja Bell, but could return to the table.
Raja Bell and the Jazz have worked on finalizing a buyout for months, but agent Herb Rudoy has told RealGM that talks have fallen apart.
Raja Bell has yet to give the Utah Jazz a decision on a contract buyout as the two sides continue to work toward reaching an agreement, his agent tells RealGM.
Raja Bell is finalizing a buyout with the Jazz.
Raja Bell has one season remaining on his three-year deal with the Jazz, but is not expecting to return next season.
Jazz players seem to agree that they need to push the ball and have more motion on offense, to create easier scoring opportunities.
As the NBA lockout continues, Luol Deng and Raja Bell are considering playing overseas.
Mar 20, 2011 | Deseret News
Coach Tyrone Corbin said he made the switch because he wanted a quicker start for his team and because he feels Miles can contribute more in a starting role.
With the departures of Jerry Sloan and Deron Williams, the Jazz are searching for a new identity.
The Timberwolves are interested in Jazz guard Raja Bell, according to a league source.
Raja Bell has agreed to a three-year, $10 million deal with the Jazz.
Raja Bell has traveled to Los Angeles this week to meet with Kobe Bryant about the possibility of joining the Lakers.
Kobe Bryant is trying to recruit Raja Bell to join the Lakers.
Raja Bell has listed the Mavericks, Magic and Heat as his preferred destinations.