Luis Scola RUMORS & NEWS

  • Flag-bearer honour caps long Olympic career for Scola

    Toronto Star "One of the great delights of this season for me has been getting to know Luis Scola, who could easily replace that guy who pitched beer and was known as The Most Interesting Man In The World. I’ve written more than a few times about Scola and around him, his maturity and worldview are anathema to..." April 28

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    Adrian Wojnarowski @WojYahooNBA

    Free agent Luis Scola is finalizing a one-year, nearly $3M deal with the Toronto Raptors, league source tells Yahoo Sports.

  • Luis Scola Agrees To Sign One-Year, $3M Deal With Raptors

    Real GM Basketball "Luis Scola announced he will sign with the Toronto Raptors. Scola has spent the past two seasons with the Indiana Pacers." July 09

  • Report: Real Madrid interested in acquiring Luis Scola, but he plans to play for Pacers next season

    Pro Basketball Talk "Luis Scola has been reduced to a role player at this stage of his NBA career, and while he appeared in all 82 regular season games for the Pacers last season, his averages of 7.6 points and 4.8 rebounds in 17.1 minutes off the bench are replaceable, especially for an Indiana team that’s going to..." September 03

  • Rockets Interested in Reacquiring Scola?

    Basketball Insiders "But (Luis) Scola is a true basketball character, a superstar on the international stage for the legendary Argentina team that dethroned Team USA early in the 2000s. Teammates and coaches revere him." May 28

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    Adrian Wojnarowski @WojYahooNBA

    Pacers will trade Miles Plumlee Gerald Green and 2014 protected 1st round pick to Suns for Luis Scola sources tell Y! Sports.

  • Publicist: Luis Scola to Pacers

    ESPN "The Phoenix Suns' Luis Scola is headed to the Indiana Pacers in a trade according to his publicist in Argentina. Juan Sebastia who runs Scola's website tweeted Friday night that a trade to send the Argentinian big man to the Pacers would be officially announced Saturday. Neither team..." July 27

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    Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

    Early word on this Pacers-Suns deal is that Phoenix will receive Gerald Green and draft considerations in exchange for Indy-bound @LScola4

  • Losing can’t drain resolve from Phoenix Suns forward Luis Scola

    Arizona Republic "As a young pro in Spain, Luis Scola felt the sting of losing in the league’s championship round. In 2002, his Argentine national team lost a gold medal after blowing an eight-point lead in two minutes of an overtime loss to Serbia. Those moments caused him fleeting basketball pain, like a..." April 05

  • Phoenix Suns forward Luis Scola’s homecoming emotional, bittersweet

    Arizona Republic "The Luis Scola video tribute began to roll Wednesday night at Toyota Center and Scola began to sway from foot to foot as he watched. Scola was an open book all day that he would be admittedly emotional in his first return as a Suns player to Houston, where he played the previous five..." March 14

  • Scola excited to be part of Suns' transformation

    Fox Sports Arizona "If the writing were not already on the wall for Luis Scola this offseason, the Houston Rockets confirmed it with a post-NBA Draft phone call: His days as a Rocket were numbered. While Scola was surprised to leave Houston via the amnesty clause instead of a trade, he soon received another..." July 18

  • Love's story — he had nowhere else to put his big feet … won't fly. Suspension for Kevin Love should be coming.

    Houston Chronicle "Despite their best efforts, Kevin Love and the Timberwolves should have no chance of convincing the NBA it was just a Love tap. Love went Savion Glover on Luis Scola's face. Love might be one of the league's best young players, but the league presumably still frowns on players treating other..." February 05

  • Scola's solution to Rockets' issues is to work harder

    Houston Chronicle "Long after Monday's game and again after Tuesday's practice, Rockets forward Luis Scola pushed himself through sets of shooting drills, cutting through imaginary screens to take 18-foot jumpers. "I try to do it all the time," Scola said of the extra work. "Sometimes we don't have time. I don't..." February 01

  • Scola undergoes arthroscopic knee surgery

    Houston Chronicle "Rockets forward Luis Scola underwent arthroscopic procedure to remove loose bodies in his left knee on Monday. Scola missed five games with the injury suffered March 7 in Sacramento and struggled with it through the rest of the season." April 19

  • Injury doesn't deter Scola's 2011-12 plans

    Houston Chronicle "One way or another, Rockets forward Luis Scola plans to play next season. Scola, 30, said his knee injury, the first of his NBA career, has not made him reconsider his plans to play overseas next season if there is an NBA lockout. Scola would have to be able to get out of his contract at the..." March 25

  • Scola shaking off rust

    Houston Chronicle "For Luis Scola, who doesn't even like to take off days off, missing so much time while rehabilitating his sore left knee resulted in some rust upon returning. After missing five games, Scola played Sunday, missing four of five shots and scoring just four points, though he had eight rebounds in 20..." March 23

  • Rockets notes: Scola's iron man streak ends at 311

    Houston Chronicle "Luis Scola never made it to his pregame warmup. He was headed that direction and went through a few exercises to get his sore left knee ready for the test. Before he could take the first shot in his pregame routine, he headed to the locker room knowing he could not play, ending his streak of 311..." March 09

  • Scola has backup plan

    Houston Chronicle "Forward Luis Scola, who spent seven seasons with Tau Ceramica of the Spanish league before joining the Rockets in 2007, said Friday he would play overseas next season if there is a protracted NBA lockout. "I'll play somewhere next season," Scola said after the Rockets' meeting with NBA Players..." February 05

  • Scola, Lowry show fight in recent losses

    Houston Chronicle "Though the Rockets spent much of the first two games of their road trip trying to avoid blowouts, forward Luis Scola stood out for keeping them in both. He had 30 points and eight rebounds in Dallas, scoring 10 points in the fourth quarter. He had 23 points and 10 boards in San Antonio, scoring..." January 31

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