With the arrival of Steve Nash to the Los Angeles Lakers, the writing was on the wall for free agent point guard Ramon Sessions. Luckily he has been finding suitors elsewhere, and according to Yahoo! Sports' Marc J. Spears, it's the Charlotte Bobcats whom are nearing a deal for Session's talents.
Per Marc J. Spears on Twitter:
Bobcats are finalizing a deal to sign Lakers free agent guard Ramon Sessions, sources tell Yahoo! Sports.— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) July 12, 2012
Sessions, the fifth year guard out of the University of Nevada, started 19 of the 23 games he saw time in for L.A. last season after a trade from the Cavaliers, improving his marks for minutes (30.5 per game), points (12.7 PPG), and assists (6.5 APG), all new career highs.
Sessions is hoping that his great showing in the second half last year will be that etxra push he needs to get a lucrative deal out of Charlotte.
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