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Hapoel Holon penned explosive former UConn combo-guard Jerome Dyson, Israeli sources told Eurobasket. Dyson, 25, signed a one-year contract with no out clauses. After ex-NBA shooter Luther Head mysteriously reneged on his agreement with Holon last month, and D.J. Strawberry surprisingly opted-out of his contract with the team, Holon is expected to announce Dyson’s signing later today (Wednesday).
Heat continue to run players through pre-draft tryouts, with ex-Hornets, UConn guard Jerome Dyson said to be latest to work in front of team. Dyson appeared in nine NBA games last season, 44 in the D-League.
The Wolves received two second-round draft picks from New Orleans: a 2013 pick of the Brooklyn Nets and a 2016 pick originally belonging to the Wolves. Both picks were acquired by the Hornets in a July 13, 2012 trade. The Wolves also received a second-round draft pick from Phoenix, a 2014 pick of the Los Angeles Lakers that the Suns acquired on July 11, 2012.
The Minnesota Timberwolves today announced the team acquired three second-round draft picks and sent forward Wes Johnson and a future first-round draft pick to Phoenix in a three-team trade that also involved the New Orleans Hornets.