Donald Sloan Won’t be Extended Another 10-Day Contract

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Published: February 29, 2012

Donald Sloan’s 10-day contract ended with the Hornets, and they won’t be offering him a new one.

Donald Sloan’s days with the Hornets are numbered. To quote Bradley Handwerger from WWL, “We’ve seen the end of Sloansanity”. The guard played in three games for the Hornets, scoring a dozen points on 14 shots in 41 minutes.

5 comments
Everett
Everett

Sloan not good enough to play for the Hornets, but Lance Thomas is? On what planet?

504ever
504ever

Clearly PF is a position where the Hornets need bodies and PG is not. Plus managment brought Thomas in for training camp. There must have been something they liked in Thomas before they ever cut him and brought him back. Now he knows the system better because he was in it longer, that gives him an edge, too.

504ever
504ever

I still thought Sloan was cheap insurance, with maybe the potential to develop if given minutes. Could this mean we have a 'Kaman for a point guard' trade worked out and are waiting to pull the trigger until March 15th?

carpo
carpo

what minutes? i dnt believe hes seen the court since JJs return

Tyler
Tyler

Those minutes can be now given to J. Jack and X. Henry.