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Clippers In Review: Don’t forget about Rodney Hood

Welcome to Clippers In Review, where we’ll be recapping the season for every player that ended the season in Los Angeles. Now, we’ll be reviewing Rodney Hood, who was acquired in the Serge Ibaka trade with the Bucks. Rodney Hood is a type of player that many have...
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Ricky Hood, brother of NBA player Rodney Hood, named boys hoops coach at Greenville Tech

Ever since Ricky Hood was a kid, the game of basketball has been a major part of his life. It's what led him to playing high school ball, then to a playing career at Chattanooga in college. He played there from 2002-2007, and met his wife Nicole Hood there, who is known by some in the area as a former girls basketball coach at Mauldin and is now the head coach at Greenville Tech Charter.
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Clippers' Rodney Hood: Wakes up with 10 points

Hood had 10 points (4-6 FG, 2-3 3Pt), one rebound, one assist and one steal over 11 minutes during Tuesday's 112-97 loss to the Warriors. Since his trade to the Clippers, we haven't seen much from Hood, but he had a very accurate night in limited action Tuesday. It was his best showing in a Clippers uniform thus far, and although his fantasy impact will be minimal, he's one injured player away from a more significant role.
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Clippers' Rodney Hood: Traded to Clippers

Hood and Semi Ojeleye were traded from the Bucks to the Clippers on Thursday as part of a four-team trade, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Serge Ibaka was traded from the Clippers to the Bucks, Donte DiVincenzo was dealt from the Bucks to the Kings, Josh Jackson and Trey Lyles were traded from the Pistons to the Kings, and Marvin Bagley was traded from the Kings to the Pistons.
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The Milwaukee Bucks need more from Rodney Hood

The Milwaukee Bucks are in desperate need of more production from Rodney Hood. Back in 2020, a documentary was released about the most dominant basketball team of the 1990s – “The Last Dance.” In one of the early episodes, Michael Jordan is fuming while talking to reporters after the Chicago Bulls lost yet another road game early in the 1998 season. “We got killed on the glass tonight,” Jordan can be heard saying.
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Bucks' Rodney Hood: Returns from Achilles issue

Hood (Achilles) logged zero points (0-2 FG) and one assist in six minutes off the bench Sunday in the Bucks' 136-100 loss to the Nuggets. Hood was available after missing the Bucks' previous game Friday versus the Knicks due to the minor Achilles issue. The veteran wing hasn't played more than 13 minutes in any of his last six appearances and is unlikely to have a major role on the Bucks' second unit while Milwaukee is at or near full strength at shooting guard and small forward.
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Bucks' Rodney Hood: Listed as probable

Hood (Achilles) is probable for Sunday's game against the Nuggets. Hood was unavailable Friday against the Knicks due to a sore right Achilles, but he appears likely to play against Denver. The 29-year-old has averaged 2.0 points in 8.5 minutes per game across his last two appearances.
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Bucks' Rodney Hood: Officially out Friday

Hood (Achilles) is out Friday against the Knicks. Hood is dealing with right Achilles soreness and will be unable to suit up Friday. Jordan Nwora and Thanasis Antetokounmpo could see a slight uptick in playing time against New York.
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Bucks' Rodney Hood: Unlikely to play Friday

Hood (Achilles) is listed as doubtful for the Bucks' contest against the Knicks on Friday. Hood has been dealing with a lingering Achilles injury that he suffered in December. If Hood is unable to play, expect Wesley Matthews (knee) and Donte DiVincenzo to see an increase in minutes against the Knicks. Hood could return to the rotation as soon as Sunday against the Nuggets if he is unable to play against the Knicks.
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Has Rodney Hood slowly raised his trade value for the Milwaukee Bucks?

The Milwaukee Bucks are coming off a statement win against the best basketball club in the league in the Golden State Warriors. It was a total team effort more than anything else, but with the many players who raised eyebrows in that game, it was Rodney Hood and his quality outing that was eventually lost in the mix. Though his final stat line of three points and two assists was relatively pedestrian, it was what didn’t show up on the stat sheet that set him apart.
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Bucks' Rodney Hood: Scoreless in 19 minutes Saturday

Hood racked up zero points (0-5 FG, 0-4 3Pt), one rebound and one block across 18 minutes during Saturday's 114-106 loss to Charlotte. Hood was invisible in the loss, barely bothering the statisticians in what was a very poor performance. While Hood does add some perimeter scoring to the Bucks' bench, he is far too unreliable to be viewed as a viable fantasy commodity.
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