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The Philadelphia 76ers announced today the team has signed free agent guard Malcolm Lee from its NBA Development League affiliate, the Delaware 87ers. He is the ninth GATORADE Call-Up of the 2014-15 NBA Development League season. Lee has appeared in four games with three starts for the Sevens this season. He also saw action in three games for the Sixers this preseason.
Derek Bodner: I reported Saturday night that Ronald Roberts Jr would be headed to @Sevens as an affiliate player. Drew Gordon and Malcolm Lee will as well.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent guard Malcolm Lee has reached agreement on a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.
The Brooklyn Nets will hold a free agent workout camp beginning Monday at their practice facility in East Rutherford N.J., and those scheduled to participate are ex-Pittsburgh forward Gilbert Brown, who was in camp with the Celtics two years ago, former Missouri standout and 2012 second-round pick Kim English, former Sacramento Kings first-round pick Donte Greene, who was briefly a Celtic last offseason, Rick Jackson (Syracuse), Malcolm Lee (UCLA, Timberwolves), DeAndre Liggins (Thunder/Heat), David Noel (North Carolina), DaJuan Summers (Pistons), Scott Machado (Iona), and Michael Snaer (Florida State) .
Sam Amick: As teams try to add roster depth, a relevant note: Malcolm Lee is about 2 weeks away from being ready to rejoin a team after long recovery.
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has waived guards Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall. The trio was acquired from Phoenix, along with center Marcin Gortat, in exchange for center Emeka Okafor and a 2014 protected first round draft pick.
The Wizards will cut down their roster to 15 after releasing Shannon Brown, Kendall Marshall and Malcolm Lee and putting them on waivers. CSNwashington has confirmed that the team will release these players later today.
The Washington Wizards are expected to waive three of the four players obtained in a trade with the Phoenix Suns last week. The Wizards will keep center Marcin Gortat, the prize of the deal, but say goodbye to guards Shannon Brown, Kendall Marshall and Malcolm Lee.
Steve Kyler: In case you missed it last night @David Aldridge reporting that Wizards won’t be keeping Kendall Marshall, Malcom Lee or Shannon Brown
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has acquired center Marcin Gortat along with guards Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall in exchange for center Emeka Okafor and a 2014 protected first round draft pick.
Michael Lee: Hearing Marcin Gortat is main piece for #wizards. Kendall Marshall, Shannon Brown & Malcolm Lee not expected to stick around in DC
Jeff Goodman: Deal is done between Phoenix and Wizards, sources told ESPN: Okafor and protected 2014 pick to Phoenix for Gortat, Marshall, S Brown, Lee.
23 Oct 13
Phil Ervin: Wolves traded 26 and Malcolm Lee to Golden State for cash considerations & a future 2nd-round pick, Saunders confirms.
Eric Pincus: FWIW – the Minnesota Timberwolves recieved a $381,098 disabled player exception for Malcolm Lee
The Minnesota Timberwolves today announced that guard Malcolm Lee will undergo two surgeries next week. On Monday, Jan. 14, Lee will undergo a right knee cartilage repair. The surgery will be performed by Dr. Jonathan Glashow at Midtown Surgical Center in New York. On Wednesday, Jan. 16, Lee will undergo surgery on his right hip. The surgery will be performed by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Lee is expected to miss the remainder of the 2012-13 NBA season.
Kahn would not offer specifics on any individual players the team might target, but he did mention that he is looking for a type of player that is similar to Howard or Malcolm Lee. “I think when you think of the team right now,” Kahn said. “We’ve lost Malcolm—in all likelihood for the season—and we’ve lost Josh, who isn’t here right now. So when you think of that profile, somebody who is 6-foot-5, 6-foot-6, 6-foot-7, long-armed in Josh’s case, defensive-minded in Malcolm’s case, capable of helping us a little bit offensively in both guys’ case… we’re missing two people, not one. So I think that’s the profile of who we’re looking for. We’ll obviously move reasonably quickly, but we want to be thorough.”
Look for the Wolves to soon announce that guard Malcolm Lee (knee) is lost for the season. He’s not in danger for now of losing his roster spot because he has guaranteed money for next year.
The Timberwolves took 19 players with them to Las Vegas on Sunday for summer-league play, but surprisingly one of them wasn’t second-year guard Malcolm Lee. Lee won’t join teammates Derrick Williams and Wes Johnson to play five games in seven days in the Las Vegas Summer League. He is being held back to concentrate on strength and conditioning in preparation for training camp. The team cites Lee’s knee that was surgically repaired in December, although he did return to play the season’s final six weeks.
Timberwolves Derrick Williams, Wes Johnson and Malcolm Lee are expected to play in Las Vegas. The Wolves will bring 15 to 20 players — including international prospects Paulao Prestes and Lior Eliyahu and Ohio State guard William Buford — to minicamp and 11 or 12 will make the Vegas team.