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Monta Ellis

Monta Ellis

#11G,
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/185 lbs
Born: Jackson, Mississippi
College: None
Draft: 2005 2nd round (10th pick) by the
  • Fastbreak on FanNation

    Former Dallas Mavericks 1st Round Pick Is Still A Free Agent

    Justin Anderson, who has played for the Dallas Mavericks, Philadelphia 76ers, Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Indiana Pacers and Cleveland Cavaliers is Any team in the league can sign the 28-year-old. Anderson played in 16 games last season for the Pacers and Cavaliers, and averaged a solid 6.4 points, 2.9 rebonds and 2.1 assists per contest. His career-high in points per game (7.1 PPG) came in 2017 when he played for the Mavs and 76ers.

  • Liberty Ballers

    Offseason Review: Indiana Pacers

    They later waived Fitts, Stauskas and Morgan to carve out enough salary-cap space to sign center Deandre Ayton to a four-year, $132.9 million max offer sheet, which the Phoenix Suns quickly matched. Simon is “adamantly opposed to bidding on another team’s player” in restricted free agency, according to Scott Agness of Fieldhouse Files, and had only signed Chris Copeland to an offer sheet prior to Ayton. Given that stance, their willingness to sign Ayton to an offer sheet was notable.

  • Fastbreak on FanNation

    On This Day In NBA History: August 12

    Established in 1967 as an American Basketball Association (ABA) franchise, the Indiana Pacers were one of the more dominant ABA teams in the early 1970’s, as they won three titles (1970, 1972, 1973). The main reason the Pacers were so successful during this time was because of Hall-of-Famer George McGinnis, who the Indiana Pacers drafted out of Indiana University in 1973. On this day in 1950, George McGinnis was born in Harpersville, Alabama, located southeast of the city of Birmingham.