Cleveland Plain Dealer "It was only a matter of time, but the Cavaliers finally reached a trade agreement with the Portland Trail Blazers to send center Brendan Haywood and wing Mike Miller to the Pacific Northwest. In return, Cleveland will get a $10.5 million trade exception and a $2.85 trade exception. The..." July 27
Cavs still discussing trade of Haywood contract with several teams, including Lakers, Suns, Clippers. Not talking Andy Varejao with anyone.
Should Brendan Haywood be waived by Aug. 1st, he has no plans to retire, source tells ESPN. Has been working out w/ UNC alumni this summer
Clips Nation "All weekend, I've been texting Larson Ishii and sifting through my mentions on twitter, talking to people about possible scenarios for the Clippers' off-season post-Jordan. The only reason that I haven't written about it yet is because there's simply too much floating around, and while something..." July 07
Real GM Basketball "The San Antonio Spurs are discussing acquiring the non-guaranteed contract of Brendan Haywood from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Haywood's contract has a trade value of $10.5 million." June 30
Sporting News "When Brendan Haywood agreed to return to the Mavericks in 2010 on a six-year contract, he hoped to play a role for a contender all the way to the end of it. After a whirlwind stretch, he and that deal are slated to do just that. After watching from the bench as his new team, the Cavaliers, lost..." June 30
ESPN "Days after the end of the Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers are working on upgrading their roster by shopping the potentially valuable contract of Brendan Haywood and -- in some cases -- offering it along with the 24th overall pick in Thursday's draft, sources told ESPN.com. Haywood's $10.5..." June 19
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Before entering the extended All-Star break, Brendan Haywood humorously suggested he would spend the day of the trade deadline in his North Carolina bed with the covers over his face. From time to time he would peek out to get a glimpse of the latest news on the TV screen. He would be checking..." March 01
Black Sports Online "In what could only be described as an unfair proposal, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers have reportedly had discussions about a deal for center Roy Hibbert. The Cavs have reportedly offered Dion Waiters, Brendan Haywood and a first-round pick. An already nightmare Cavs lineup could..." September 29
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Cleveland Cavaliers center Brendan Haywood is recovering nicely from last year's foot surgery and will practice from the outset once training camp begins Saturday, league sources tell Northeast Ohio Media Group. He will be limited when it comes to certain drills, but his activity will be..." September 25
Charlotte Observer "Charlotte Bobcats coach Steve Clifford is now working under the assumption he won’t have center Brendan Haywood at all this season. Haywood has been out since the preseason when doctors diagnosed a stress fracture in his left foot. Though the prognosis at the time was he’d miss roughly 12..." March 14
Brendan Haywood had successful foot surgery Wednesday placing two screws to stabilize a stress fracture. Still a 12-week recovery period.
Bobcats just announced that center Brendan Haywood will miss at least 12 weeks thanks to stress fracture in left foot that requires surgery
Certainly would think Bobcats will move vet C Brendan Haywood ($2M this year and next), who could help good team as a low-priced backup.
Charlotte Observer "The Charlotte Bobcats have lost center Brendan Haywood for the rest of the season to a stress reaction in his left foot. A Magnetic Resonance Imaging confirmed the injury Thursday. Haywood missed three of the past four games with ankle soreness. He left Time Warner Cable Arena Wednesday on..." March 22
Rufus On Fire "Brendan Haywood may not be winning much on the court, but he is sure as hell winning off it. The Bobcats center surprised 15 women living at Charlotte's Salvation Army Center of Hope shelter Sunday, announcing he will pay each of their energy bills for a year. The women are a part of the..." February 11