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14 Kelenna Azubuike SF
Height/Weight: 6-5/215 | Birthdate: 12/16/1983 | Birthplace: London, England | Team: | College: Kentucky | NBA Experience: 4 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Azubuike waived by Cleveland


(10/15/2012) Cleveland waived forward Kelenna Azubuike, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The team was clearly not impressed with Azubuike during training camp but does still owe him a guaranteed $1.1 million.

Mavs ship Azubuike to Cleveland


(6/29/2012) The Mavericks made a draft-night deal Thursday, sending the 17th pick and forward Kelenna Azubuike to Cleveland for the 24th, 33rd and 34th picks in the draft. Azubuike has a team option for next season worth $990k.

Azubuike joins Mavs


(4/9/2012) The Dallas Mavericks announced on Monday that they have called up forward Kelenna Azubuike from the NBA D-League. Azubuike played 11 games with the Texas Legends, averaging 26.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.

Mavs bring in Azubuike


(3/23/2012) The Dallas Mavericks signed forward Kelenna Azubuike on Friday and assigned him to their NBA D-League team, according to NBA.com. Azubuike has not played a game this season.

Azubuike to undergo surgery


(3/21/2011) Kelenna Azubuike announced via his Twitter account that he will have surgery on his right knee on Tuesday. Azubuike, who had knee surgery back in 2009, was unable to get on the court this season. He was waived by the Knicks back on Feb. 28.

Knicks cut ties with Azubuike


(2/28/2011) The New York Times reported on Monday that the Knicks have decided to waive small forward Kelenna Azubuike. He never got on the court for the Knicks, though he was hoping to shortly. Obviously, that will not happen.

Azubuike hopeful of return


(2/28/2011) Speaking to CBSSports.com on Sunday, Knicks F Kelenna Azubuike (knee) is hopeful that he could still return at some point this season. "I feel good," Azubuike said. "Hopefully I'll get out there pretty soon." Azubuike has yet to debut for the Knicks.

Azubuike nearing a return


(2/16/2011) New York Newsday reports that Kelenna Azubuike (knee) was able to scrimmage at practice on Tuesday. "I feel closer than I've ever been," Azubuike said as he walked off the court. Coach Mike D'Antoni agreed. "He's getting closer, that's for sure," D'Antoni said. "I didn't think he'd even get this close. We'll keep evaluating him and we'll see after the All-Star break how he's doing and see if there's some opportunities to get him on the floor."

Azubuike begins to scrimmage


(1/30/2011) New York SF Kelenna Azubuike (knee surgery) was able to scrimmage in practice on Saturday, reports the New York Post. Still, Azubuike remains not close to returning to the court during game action.

Knicks holding out Azubuike hope


(1/18/2011) The New York Post reports that Knicks president Donnie Walsh hasn't given up on SF Kelenna Azubuike playing this season. Azubuike had knee surgery back in May, and also in November, 2009.

Azubuike still a long way away


(12/9/2010) Knicks SF Kelenna Azubuike, who once looked like he'd be able to return from patellar tendon surgery as soon as late November, is still a long way away, according to the Bergen County Record. The team could even consider shutting him down indefinitely after a recent re-examination. "He doesn’t have the pop, and it’s going to be awhile before he gets it back," coach Mike D'Antoni said. "He can scrimmage, but he’s not strong enough or able to go sideways or able to have an NBA physical talent level."

Azubuike doesn't impress D'Antoni


(12/8/2010) Knicks SF Kelenna Azubuike continues to work himself into shape on his way back from knee surgery, but it doesn't sound like he is close to returning, reports the New York Daily News Wednesday. Azubuike has not impressed coach Mike D'Antoni in his workouts and has been described as having "no pop" by his coach.

Azubuike could debut in a week


(11/24/2010) Knicks SF Kelenna Azubuike, who is working his way back from patella tendon surgery about a year ago, could make his season debut next week, according to the New York Post. He reported no problems after his first full day of practice Tuesday. "It's holding up fine, and I'm getting more confident," he said. "I'm getting excited."

Azubuike close to practicing


(11/19/2010) Knicks SF Kelenna Azubuike, who had patella tendon surgery about a year ago, thinks he's 1-2 weeks away from practicing full-time, according to the New York Post. "It's about that time," Azubuike said. "It's getting really close. I smell it. A couple of more scrimmages under my belt, get plays down more and I'll be good to go. It's just a matter of time." Though the Knicks think he could potentially make his season debut in early December, they're not totally convinced he'll be the same player. "His gait's still got to get better, but that's up to the trainers," coach Mike D' Antoni told Newsday. "Like I've said before, I don't see it before Christmas or after Christmas. I just don't see it, but, hey, surprise me, because I'd love to be surprised. He deserves it. He's been working hard and he's a great kid. We could use him."

Azubuike gone deep into November


(11/1/2010) The New York Times reported that Knicks F Kelenna Azubuike (knee) is not expected to be ready to play for several more weeks. He is unlikely to return to action before at least late November -- if not longer.

Azubuike likely out a while


(10/15/2010) Knicks SF Kelenna Azubuike, who's recovering from a torn patellar tendon, still hopes to be ready by the season opener Oct. 27 at Toronto, but coach Mike D'Antoni isn't counting on him for a good while after that. Azubuike missed the entire preseason.

No Azubuike yet for Knicks


(10/4/2010) As expected, Knicks new swingman Kelenna Azubuike (knee) was not on the team's active roster for their preseason debut against the Olimpia Milano in Italy. His status for the beginning of the regular season remains in question, but coach Mike D'Antoni did not have an update on his status.

Azubuike may not be ready


(8/27/2010) The New York Times reports that Knicks F Kelenna Azubuike's torn patellar tendon may not be fully healed by the time training camp comes around. "We’re not sure," said the team president Donnie Walsh, who described a torn patellar tendon as "one of the worst injuries in the league."

Azubuike shipped to New York


(7/14/2010) The Knicks and Warriors have completed a sign-and-trade deal that sent David Lee to Golden State in exchange for New York Knicks to the Golden State Warriors. Agent Mark Bartelstein says Lee will get a six-year, $80 million contract. The Knicks received forwards Anthony Randolph, Kelenna Azubuike and Ronny Turiaf in the deal.

Azubuike dealt to Knicks


(7/9/2010) The agent for David Lee says the All-Star forward is heading from the New York Knicks to the Golden State Warriors in a sign-and-trade deal. Mark Bartelstein says Lee will get a six-year, $80 million contract. The Knicks will receive forwards Anthony Randolph, Kelenna Azubuike and Ronny Turiaf.

Azubuike has another knee surgery


(5/14/2010) Warriors guard Kelenna Azubuike has undergone successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, needed because of his patella tendinitis condition. The surgery was performed Wednesday in Phoenix by Dr. Tom Carter, who also performed an operation on Azubuike's left knee in November to repair a torn patellar tendon. He will have to use crutches for about a week before starting rehabilitation. On May 4, the 26-year-old Azubuike exercised the player option in his contract for the 2010-11 season.

Azubuike stays with Warriors


(5/4/2010) Warriors guard Kelenna Azubuike has exercised the player option in his contract for the 2010-11 season. The team announced the decision Tuesday. The 26-year-old Azubuike appeared in only nine games this past season before being sidelined with a torn patellar tendon in his left knee. He averaged 13.9 points and 4.6 rebounds per game. Azubuike has played in parts of four seasons with Golden State. His career scoring average is 10.6 points per game.

Azubuike will miss rest of season


(11/17/2009) Warriors swingman Kelenna Azubuike will undergo surgery to repair a torn patellar tendon in his left knee and miss the rest of the season. The team says the operation will be performed Wednesday in Phoenix.

No timetable yet for Azubuike


(11/15/2009) Warriors swingman Kelenna Azubuike, who had to be carried off the court after suffering a knee injury Saturday against Milwaukee, is expected to miss considerable time, according to the Contra Costa Times. A timetable has yet to be announced.

Azubuike blows up for 31 points


(11/10/2009) Warriors F Kelenna Azubuike, continuing to start with Andris Biedrins and Ronny Turiaf sidelined by injuries, scored a season-high 31 points on 13 of 19 shooting, including 3 of 8 from 3-point range, Monday against the Timberwolves. He also had four rebounds in only 29 minutes.