Will Barton

#5GF,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 175
Born:
College: Memphis
Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland
Draft: 2012 2nd round (10th pick) by the
  • Lonzo Ball playing 'for sure' in Lakers' opener

    Lawrence Murray El Segundo, Calif. -- Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball practiced in full Monday and declared himself ready to play in the team's season opener Thursday against the LA Clippers. When asked what made the regular-season opener special after his experiences in the summer league and preseason, Ball downplayed it a bit, saying, "It's the opener. That's all there is to it. Gotta get a win." But Ball also shot down any chance he'd miss the game Thursday: "No, I'm playing. For sure." Ball has been restricted since injuring his ankle in an Oct. 2 preseason home loss to the Denver Nuggets and was held out of the last four preseason games. With the season opener days away,

    ESPN.com
  • 2017 NBA Extensions Tracker: Spurs, Aldridge agree on three-year, $72.3M deal

    The thrilling summer of free agency has come and gone, but there is still plenty to talk about in terms of contracts. That's because it's extension time in the NBA, with players and teams having until Oct. 16 to finalize new deals.  We'll keep you up to date on all the new deals being inked around the league below: Oct. 16: LaMarcus Aldridge , San Antonio Spurs The Spurs and Aldridge have had a rough couple of years, but the two sides have figured out whatever problems they had and reached an agreement on an extension for three-years $72.3 million. Oct. 9: Joel Embiid , Philadelphia 76ers Joel Embiid is the face of "The Process" and it appears to have been trusted. The 76ers will be signing Embiid

    CBS Sports
  • Nuggets Hone in on Utah as Season Opener Draws Near

    If it was football, Monday at the Pepsi Center would be called Installation Day, the practice in which the plan for the next game started to be put in. The Nuggets could still call Monday Installation Day, because this morning’s practice was the first time coaches introduced Utah-specific information to the players. Getting a handle on Utah won’t be as easy. The Jazz are a different bunch from the team that won 51 games last season and advanced to the second round of the NBA playoffs. Gone from that team is their All-Star, Gordon Hayward, and their starting point guard, George Hill, who now plays for Sacramento. Ricky Rubio is now Utah’s starting point guard, coming in a trade with Minnesota

    NBA.com
  • Answering 24 Deep Questions As 2017-18 NBA Season Approaches

    I say Markelle Fultz. What, you thought I was gonna pick against a DeMatha Catholic man? (Actual unretouched photo of me as a sophomore at the most successful high school in the history of the United States may or may not be here). Playing off of Joel Embiid, J.J. Redick, Robert Covington … it’s hard to see Fultz not looking really good when he should have all kinds of room to operate. Lonzo Ball will put up bigger numbers, and Tatum will be on a better team. But Boston was good last year, and Jayson Tatum will likely not play as much as the others. The Sixers are poised for a big jump up in the standings, and that’s always a narrative that voters like and get behind — which is what will hurt

    NBA Global
  • Denver Nuggets to Host KeyBank FanFest Prior to Home Opening Game

    The Denver Nuggets are proud to announce KeyBank FanFest as part of their opening night festivities when they host the Sacramento Kings on Saturday, October 21. The KeyBank FanFest will kick-off at 3:00PM on the Grand Atrium plaza outside Pepsi Center and will celebrate the launch of the Nuggets’ 50th Anniversary Season. Fans are invited to cheer on the current Nuggets team as they arrive for the game for a special red-carpet entrance. The players will arrive between 4:00PM and 5:30PM. KeyBank FanFest will also feature a meet and greet and autograph session with the five players being honored as part of the Opening Night Legends Celebration: Byron Beck #40, David Thompson #33, Dan Issel #44,

    NBA.com
  • AP source: Richard Jefferson, Nuggets agree to 1-year deal

    A person with knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press that veteran forward Richard Jefferson has agreed to a one-year deal with the Denver Nuggets

    ABC News