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  1. Adam Morrison waived by Portland, now may wave goodbye

    Oct 26, 2012, 7:04 PM EDT

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    Adam Morrison made it to the last cut, but he was cut. Friday the Portland Trail Blazers waived Morrison (along with Coby Karl and F Justin Holiday), reports CSNNW.com. Of that group, Karl impressed the most and he could get some 10-day call-ups with the Blazers if he doesn’t get snapped up by another team.…

  2. Coby Karl may not be done in Denver after all

    Aug 16, 2010, 9:00 AM EDT

    Coby Karl has NBA talent, but he probably hasn’t played enough games in the big leagues to be considered an NBA player. That title is reserved for those who have had more than a weekend retreat on an NBA roster, and though Karl has technically been a part of 24 NBA contests, he’s never really…

  3. Report: Nuggets waive Coby Karl, injured Brian Butch

    Aug 15, 2010, 8:17 AM EDT

    The Nuggets reportedly made a couple of roster moves this weekend, one expected and one that is bad Karma, according to Chris Tommason at FanHouse. The Nuggets have waived Coby Karl, the son of coach George Karl. Which was both expected and a little bit sad because the younger Karl has NBA game but his…

  4. George Karl expects son Coby to be waived by Nuggets

    Aug 11, 2010, 12:21 PM EDT

    Every Summer League we watch Coby Karl just make smart plays and knock down shots, then we wonder why he can’t stick on an NBA roster. Well, the sad trend appears ready to continue. If Karl is not waived by the Denver Nuggets by Sunday (before Aug. 15) his contract for next year becomes guaranteed…

  5. George Karl could miss next season

    Apr 30, 2010, 12:19 PM EDT

    Watching the Nuggets play in the first round hasn’t really improved the spirits or health of George Karl. Doesn’t look like he’ll have to watch a lot more of it, though. But the question now is, will he be back next year. His son Coby Karl told Yahoo that is still up in the air.…

  6. Denver to add Coby Karl for the rest of the season

    Apr 11, 2010, 5:43 PM EDT

    According to Scott Schroeder, the man, the myth, the legend, and the force behind Ridiculous Upside, the Denver Nuggets will sign 2-guard Coby Karl for the remainder of the year. Karl averaged 19.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 4.9 assists in an abbreviated season with the Idaho Stampede. The Nuggets are facing a lot of questions…

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