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2 Sundiata Gaines PG
Height/Weight: 6-1/200 | Birthdate: 4/18/1986 | Birthplace: Queens, NY | Team: | College: Georgia | NBA Experience: 3 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 46.00

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Indy waives Gaines


(10/22/2012) The Pacers waived Blake Ahearn, Luke Nevill and Sundiata Gaines on Monday.

Gaines gets some minutes


(2/22/2012) Nets guard Sundiata Gaines played through a sore toe on Wednesday night versus the Magic and ended up logging 21 minutes of court time. He shot 2 for 4 from the field, hitting one 3-pointer. Gaines finished with five points, three steals, two rebounds and two assists. The Nets would end up losing the game, 108-91.

Coach: Gaines will 'give it a go'


(2/22/2012) Nets coach Avery Johnson told the Star-Ledger that he expects guard Sundiata Gaines to try to play through a sore toe in Wednesday's game against the Magic.

Gaines questionable with toe injury


(2/22/2012) Nets guard Sundiata Gaines is considered questionable for Wednesday's game against the Magic with a sore toe.

Gaines picking up his scoring


(2/15/2012) Nets G Sundiata Gaines scored in double figures for the third time in the last five games on Wednesday against the Grizzlies. With Jordan Farmar (groin) out, he finished with 11 points and seven assists in the 105-100 loss. He went 4 for 6 from the field, including making both of his attempts from downtown, and converted his lone free throw. Gaines also posted a rebound, a steal and block while playing 16 minutes off the bench.

Gaines gets rare extended run


(2/1/2012) With the Nets reeling from a rash of injuries, they were forced to look to G Sundiata Gaines for his most-extended playing time in nearly a month on Wednesday against Detroit. Gaines played 25 minutes, and had arguably his best all-around game of the season, scoring just eight points on 2 of 8 shooting but grabbing a season-high six rebounds and six assists with no turnovers as the Nets won 99-96.

Gaines facing decreased role


(1/18/2012) After averaging 23.6 minutes per game over the team’s first seven games, Nets G Sundiata Gaines has seen his role whittled down to almost nothing in recent games. He played just five minutes off the bench on Wednesday, scoring two points in a 107-100 win over the Warriors. That was the extent of his contributions in the game.

Gaines not seeing much run


(1/10/2012) Nets G Sundiata Gaines's role was reduced to that of a spectator in Monday night's contest against the Hawks. Gaines earned a DNP - coach's decision -- against Atlanta and has logged a total of just 16 minutes over his last three games.

Gaines reaches double figures for first time


(12/30/2011) Nets G Sundiata Gaines has very quietly had a nice all-around start to the season for the Nets, a start he continued and built on Friday night as he scored 10 points and added three rebounds and five assists in the Nets 105-98 loss to the Hawks. He is now averaging 8.3 points, 4.0 assists, 3.8 rebounds, and 1.5 steals-per game through four games while playing 22.5 minutes-per.

Gaines doing well in rehab


(6/15/2011) The Newark Star-Ledger reports that Nets guard Sundiata Gaines, who suffered a broken hip late in the season, is beginning to do some work on the court now, although GM Billy King said he cannot do any side-to-side movements. Gaines had surgery in March.

Gaines should be fine


(6/2/2011) The Bergen County Record reports that Nets GM Billy King said all of the Nets who had surgeries this offseason are doing fine. That includes guard Sundiata Gaines, who had surgery in March for an injured hip.

Gaines out for season


(3/25/2011) Nets point guard Sundiata Gaines will be out of action for several weeks after fracturing his right hip. Nets GM Billy King said Thursday that Gaines was injured in the first quarter of Wednesday's game at Cleveland. He said Gaines will be on crutches for six to eight weeks and will then start a rehab program. The 24-year-old out the University of Georgia has appeared in 10 games with the Nets this season, averaging 5.5 points and 2.5 assists in 14.6 minutes. He had just signed a multi-year contract with the team last weekend after playing for them on two 10-day contracts.

Gaines out until Tuesday


(3/25/2011) The Star-Ledger reports that Nets coach Avery Johnson said Friday that guard Sundiata Gaines (hip) went back to New Jersey, and the team in concerned about his health. He will not play Friday at Orlando or Saturday at Atlanta as well.

Gaines out Friday


(3/24/2011) The New York Daily News reports that Nets guard Sundiata Gaines will not play Friday at Orlando. Gaines is dealing with a hip injury, which he hurt Wednesday at Cleveland.

Gaines makes early exit


(3/23/2011) Nets guard Sundiata Gaines left Wednesday's outing versus the Cavaliers after just five minutes of action because of a jammed right hip. He missed his lone shot from the field. Gaines is the backup point guard behind Jordan Farmar with Deron Williams injured.

Gaines could start Wednesday


(3/23/2011) The Bergen County Record reports that Nets coach Avery Johnson said he is leaning toward starting Jordan Farmar and Sundiata Gaines in the backcourt Wednesday night at Cleveland. Deron Williams (wrist) remains out.

Gaines notches career-high Monday


(3/21/2011) With Deron Williams (wrist) out of the lineup, Nets G Sundiata Gaines saw the backup point guard duties Monday against the Pacers behind Jordan Farmar. He made the most of his opportunity, scoring a career-high 18 points on 6 of 11 shooting from the floor. He added a late shot from beyond the arc in the close loss, and nailed 5 of 7 shots from the free throw line. Gaines added six rebounds, three assists and three steals in 24 minutes of playing time.

Gaines gets multi-year deal


(3/20/2011) The Nets announced on Sunday that they have signed G Sundiata Gaines to a multi-year contract. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Gaines had signed two 10-day contracts with the team.

Nets keep Gaines around


(3/19/2011) The Nets are going to sign guard Sundiata Gaines for the remainder of the season, according to The Star-Ledger. Gaines had been signed to two 10-day contracts and has played well filling in as a backup point guard. With Deron Williams dealing with a wrist injury and the possibility of him getting shutdown, the Nets need backcourt depth, although coach Avery Johnson said that didn't play a part in the decision. "(Gaines) would have stayed anyway,'' Johnson said. "We like what he's doing for us.''

Gaines provides spark in New Jersey


(3/10/2011) Nets guard Sundiata Gaines gave his team a spark off the bench on Wednesday night against the Warriors. “I just wanted to come and bring energy, I thought that was lacking at the beginning,” Gaines told The Star-Ledger. “Once I got guys going, we kind of got in the flow and started playing better. I think I had a solid game.” He was signed to a second 10-day contract earlier in the day with Deron Williams out due to the birth of his child. Gaines served as Jordan Farmar's backup, but was just as productive. Gaines scored five points, grabbed one rebound and dished out eight assists in his 24 minutes, helping the Nets beat the Warriors, 94-90.

Gaines stays with Nets


(3/9/2011) The New York Daily News reports that the Nets have signed guard Sundiata Gaines to another 10-day contract.

Gaines added by New Jersey


(2/28/2011) The Nets announced on Monday that they signed free agent G Sundiata Gaines to a 10-day contract. Gaines appeared in six games this season with the Raptors.

Gaines released by Raptors


(1/26/2011) The Raptors released PG Sundiata Gaines on Wednesday.

Raptors bring back Gaines


(1/24/2011) The Raptors announced on Monday that they signed G Sundiata Gaines to a 10-day contract. It was the second time this month that Gaines received a 10-day contract from Toronto.

Gaines gets 10-day deal


(1/13/2011) The Raptors announced on Thursday that they signed free agent G Sundiata Gaines to a 10-day contract. Gaines appeared in eight games this season for the Timberwolves.