July 12, 2012
Bobcats, Sessions agree to deal
By THE SPORTS XCHANGE
C - The Charlotte Bobcats agreed to terms with veteran point guard Ramon Sessions.
Sessions has played for four teams since he was drafted in the second round by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2007. The Bobcats will be his fifth.
He finished last season as a starter for the Lakers, who acquired Sessions at the trade deadline from the Cavaliers. Sessions averages 11.1 points and 5.0 assists per game in his career.
He'll play in a rotation with Kemba Walker, the Bobcats' first-round pick in 2011 and the likely starter. The Bobcats also have D.J. Augustin on the roster. The restricted free agent received a $4 million qualifying offer, which allowed Charlotte to retain refusal rights in matching offers for him, but they'd prefer to move him via trade.