Andres Nocioni

#5F,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 225
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Santa Fe, Argentina
Draft: Undrafted
  • Three questions the Philadelphia 76ers must answer this season
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    Three questions the Philadelphia 76ers must answer this season

    The NBC/ProBasketballTalk season previews will ask the questions each of the 30 NBA teams must answer to make their season a success. We are looking at one team a day until the start of the season, and it begins with a look back at the team’s offseason

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    Tuesday's Sports in Brief

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  • Lakers, Bogut agree to 1-year deal, agent says
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    Lakers, Bogut agree to 1-year deal, agent says

    ESPN.com Free-agent center Andrew Bogut has agreed to a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, according to agent David Bauman. The deal is for a veterans minimum of $2.3 million, Bauman confirmed on Twitter. Sources told ESPN that the deal is not fully guaranteed. Bogut suffered a broken leg during his Cleveland Cavaliers debut in February and missed the rest of the season. He had earlier reached a buyout agreement with the Philadelphia 76ers, then had several contenders vying for his talents -- a 7-foot rim protector with playmaking abilities. He ultimately chose the Cavaliers, but his stint there ended just 58 seconds into his debut. Bogut collided with the Miami Heat's Okaro White and