|Mar. 31 7:49 AM PT8:49 AM MT9:49 AM CT10:49 AM ET14:49 GMT22:49 7:49 AM MST9:49 AM EST18:49 UAE16:4910:49 ET9:49 AM CT13:49 - The Bobcats announced they have signed White to a second 10-day contract.
Analysis: Financial terms of the deal Monday were not released. The 6-foot-9 White only played in one game for Charlotte during his first 10-day contract and did not score. He had one rebound and one steal. Now in his sixth NBA season, White has averaged 5.9 points and 3.2 rebounds per game in 133 games played. This is his second stint with the Bobcats. He's also spent time with Oklahoma City and Boston.
|Mar. 21 10:46 AM PT11:46 AM MT12:46 PM CT1:46 PM ET17:46 GMT1:46 10:46 AM MST12:46 PM EST21:46 UAE18:4613:46 ET11:46 AM CT16:46 - The Bobcats say they've signed White to a 10-day contract. The move was announced on Friday.
Analysis: The 6-foot-9 White is in his sixth NBA season and has averaged 6 points and 3.2 rebounds in his 132 games with Oklahoma City, Charlotte and Boston. White previously played for Charlotte in 2011, seeing action in 82 games and averaging 7.3 points on 50 percent shooting and 3.8 rebounds per game.
|Oct. 26 11:38 AM PT12:38 PM MT1:38 PM CT2:38 PM ET18:38 GMT2:38 11:38 AM MST1:38 PM EST22:38 UAE20:3814:38 ET1:38 PM CT16:38 - The Chicago Bulls have waived center Dexter Pittman and forward D.J. White.
Analysis: Both signed with Chicago as free agents Sept. 27. The moves announced Saturday bring the Bulls' roster to 13.
|July 12 10:36 AM PT11:36 AM MT12:36 PM CT1:36 PM ET17:36 GMT1:36 10:36 AM MST12:36 PM EST21:36 UAE19:3613:36 ET12:36 PM CT16:36 - Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett are Brooklyn bound. The Nets and Celtics finalized their draft-night trade Friday, a nine-player, three-draft pick swap centered on the two aging champions who won a title in Boston in 2008.
Analysis: The Nets also get Jason Terry and D.J. White from Boston while sending Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, MarShon Brooks, Kris Joseph, Keith Bogans and first-round draft picks in 2014, 2016 and 2018 to the rebuilding Celtics. Boston also gets the right to swap first-round picks in 2017.