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Andres Nocioni - SF/PF, 6'7, 225
Retired - Retired after 2017 season
       Date of birth: 11/30/1979
       Country: Argentina/Italy
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2001
     Out of: Tau Ceramica (Spain)
  NBA Experience: 8 years
  Hand: Right




Date
League
Transaction
22nd August, 1999 Spain Signed a five year contract with Tau Ceramica.
August 2000 Spain Loaned by Tau Ceramica to Manresa for one year.
6th August, 2004 NBA Signed a three year, $8,325,000 contract with Chicago.
18th July, 2007 NBA Re-signed by Chicago to a six year, $45 million contract. Included team option for 2012/13.
18th February, 2009 NBA Traded by Chicago, along with Drew Gooden, Michael Ruffin and Cedric Simmons, to Sacramento in exchange for John Salmons and Brad Miller.
17th June, 2010 NBA Traded by Sacramento, along with Spencer Hawes, to Philadelphia in exchange for Sam Dalembert.
15th November, 2011 Argentina Signed for the duration of the NBA lockout and/or one month contract (whichever is shorter)with Penarol.
28th November, 2011 Argentina Opted out to returned to the NBA.
20th March, 2012 NBA Waived by Philadelphia. Team option concurrently declined.
23rd March, 2012 Spain Signed for the remainder of the season with Laboral.
19th July, 2012 Spain Re-signed by Laboral to a one year contract.
7th June, 2013 Spain Re-signed by Laboral to another one year contract.
11th July, 2014 Spain Signed a two year contract with Real Madrid.
21st July, 2016 Spain Re-signed by Real Madrid to a one year contract.
When: Where:
1996 - 1997 Olimpia Venado Tuerto (Argentina
1997 - 1999 Independiente (Argentina)
August 1999 - June 2004 Tau Ceramica (Spain)
August 2004 - February 2009 Chicago Bulls (NBA)
February 2009 - June 2010 Sacramento Kings (NBA)
June 2010 - November 2011 Philadelphia 76ers (NBA)
November 2011 Penarol (Uruguay)
November 2011 - March 2012 Philadelphia 76ers (NBA)
March 2012 - June 2014 Caja Laboral (Spain)
July 2014 - June 2017 Real Madrid (Spain)
From blog:


   Creative Financing in the NBA, 2010
2010-08-12

Unguaranteed or partially guaranteed final seasons are becoming quite the trend in the NBA, and they are quickly replacing team options. In fact, there are only 11 team options in the entire league, belonging to Chase Budinger, Jermaine Taylor, Andrew Bynum, Sam Young, Andres Nocioni, Hakim Warrick, Goran Dragic, Pooh Jeter, Francisco Garcia, Solomon Alabi and C.J. Miles. In contrast, there are so many partially or fully unguaranteed contracts in future years that I can't be bothered to go through and list them all. And considering the length of this post, and all the things I could be bothered to do, that should signify something.

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   Chicago's Last Resort Offseason Plan That Still Manages To Avoid Signing Joe Johnson
2010-06-14



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   Chicago's Meticulously Crafted 2011 Offseason Plan That Relies An Awful Lot Upon Guesswork
2011-06-09

[T]he amnesty clause (that we're having to pretend will exist here, but which almost certainly will exist in some form) will further expand the range of available talents. A lot of decent players are going to become available, not because they can't play the game, but because they can't justify their contract. A lot of the candidates are obvious and inevitable, some perhaps less so. Here's a potential list:

- Philadelphia: Andres Nocioni - The Sixers enjoyed their decent season with Nocioni on the bench. He was barely used, and yet is guaranteed $6.65 million next season.

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