Frank Hassell

#33F,
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 255
Born:
College: Old Dominion
Birth Place: Chesapeake, Virginia
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Sources: Spurs' asking price for Danny Green currently too high

    The Cleveland Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs have engaged in trade talks involving Danny Green, multiple sources said. The Cavs are looking for two-way wing players like Green as they look to retool their roster to better compete with the NBA champion Golden State Warriors. The Spurs have been investigating the market for Green as they look to open salary-cap space ahead of the start of free agency. But the asking price has been a little too high in early talks with the Cavs, sources said. Green has two years and $20 million left on his contract. He averaged 7.3 points and shot 38 percent on 3-pointers in 68 games for the Spurs last season. He is also a strong defender. The Cavs currently don't

  • Butler trade sets the stage for looming free agency
    ABC News

    Butler trade sets the stage for looming free agency

    As draft night approached, some of the heavy hitters in the NBA — Cleveland, San Antonio, Houston, Boston, the Clippers among them — were jockeying, making calls and looking for deals to try to position themselves to make a run at the Golden State juggernaut. The Warriors' greatness has forced the rest of the league to do deep self-examination and be aggressive in upgrading their rosters if they're even going to have a chance to compete. The Celtics and Cavaliers were looking hard at Pacers star Paul George and Bulls guard Jimmy Butler, the Rockets and Spurs were looking at clearing cap space to make a run at some big-name free agents next week and the Knicks were, well, the Knicks. Draft night

  • Report: Chris Paul informs Clippers he'll opt out of contract
    Yardbarker

    Report: Chris Paul informs Clippers he'll opt out of contract

    To be clear here, both Griffin and Paul were expected to opt out of their deals. This just gives more of a confirmation to those previous reports. Unlike Griffin, it almost seems to be a foregone conclusion that Paul will return to the Clippers. He can sign a five-year, $210 million max deal to remain with the Southern California franchise. That’s a whole lot more than any other team can offer him. Though, Paul himself has been linked to the San Antonio Spurs — a team that seems to be attempting to find the cap room to sign him. If Paul is indeed serious about competing for a title towards the end of his career, moving on from the Clippers makes the most sense. Simply put, this squad doesn’t