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The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived center DeSagana Diop, forward Kenny Kadji, guard Jermaine Taylor and guard Elliot Williams, Cavaliers General Manager Chris Grant announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. The Cavs roster now stands at 15.
Cavs’ Kadji making case to earn roster spot Kenny Kadji can always count on his mother to keep him grounded. After the Cavaliers power forward responded with 15 points and five rebounds in 12 minutes of Tuesday’s 99-87 preseason victory over Milwaukee, he received a text message from his mother, Annie. “She said, ‘You’re still not that good,’” he said. The undrafted free agent, a standout at Miami (Fla.), has undoubtedly caught the eye of the coaching staff.
Other non-roster players vying for spots are Australian point guard Matthew Dellavedova, Miami (Fla.) forward Kenny Kadji, St. Bonaventure forward Michael Lee, Georgetown center Henry Sims, Central Florida guard Jermaine Taylor and former first-round pick Elliot Williams, a guard from Memphis. Dellavedova signed a partially guaranteed, two-year deal and is expected to secure the third-point guard spot. That leaves six other players vying for one spot.
Jermaine Taylor, Kenny Kadji, Henry Sims and Elliot Williams will come to training camp with the Cavaliers, a league source confirmed. Media day is today and training camp opens tomorrow.
Undrafted forward Kenny Kadji has agreed to sign a non-guaranteed contract and play in training camp with the Cleveland Cavaliers, a league source told RealGM. Kadji, 25, turned down several substantial offers from European clubs to focus on starting his career in the NBA. He will travel to Cleveland next week to begin preparing for camp.
The Cavs have not announced their summer-league roster yet, although there were reports on Friday that forward Kenny Kadji of Miami and D-League shooting guard Jermaine Taylor, formerly of Central Florida, were on the list.
Alex Kennedy: Undrafted free agent Kenny Kadji will play for the Cleveland Cavaliers’ summer league team.
The Indiana Pacers will hold their fourth workouts open to the media with prospects for the 2013 NBA Draft on Tuesday, June 18 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Prospects will work out in front of team officials and conduct interviews with the media beginning at 2:30 PM. Players scheduled to workout for the Pacers on Tuesday are Kenny Kadji (Miami, Florida); Trevor Mbakwe (Minnesota); Romero Osby (Oklahoma); Christian Watford (Indiana)) The list of players is subject to change.
With the 2013 NBA Draft less than two weeks away, the Clippers will ratchet up their prospect workout schedule this week. The team will begin a slate of four workouts in five days with Monday’s mix of big men and guards. The group is highlighted by Kansas senior Jeff Withey, who was one of the nation’s top shot blockers his final two years in Lawrence. Joining Withey will be forward Kenny Kadji (Miami) and guards Rodney McGruder (Kansas State) and Matthew Dellavedova (St. Mary’s).
Lakers: Pre-draft workouts today w/ Kenny Kadji, Peyton Siva, Brandon Triche, Dewaye Dedmon, C.J. Harris & B.J. Young. pic.twitter.com/aJBhDoLL6l
The basketball Indomitable Lions of Cameroon will soon be summoned for training camps and eventual friendly games ahead of the continental rendezvous. According to Alexi Siewe who is a basketball official in Cameroon, negotiations will be made with some newly appointed NBA professionals to ensure a fruitful performance this year. Some of the players include Mbah A Moute and Kadji who recently went professional. Cameroon appear determined for the title this year after falling several times in the final of the competition.
Heading into the NBA Draft on June 27, Schroeder is one of the top point-guard prospects available. Along with Louisville point guard Peyton Siva, Pitt center Steven Adams, Notre Dame forward Jack Cooley, North Carolina State forward Richard Howell and Miami forward Kenny Kadji, he worked out for the Utah Jazz on Friday. “I think it went very well for me,” said Schroeder, who doesn’t turn 20 until Sept. 15. “We practiced hard — [all] six guys. We gave everything on the floor.”