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Kilpatrick played 42 games this season with the Delaware 86ers and Santa Cruz, Calif., Warriors in the D League, where all kinds of crazy things have been known to happen. But getting a call to the NBA on four hours’ notice? “This is unusual,” Kilpatrick said. “I was just trying to fit in. You just go out there and try to play defense. You want to do the right things to stick out and that’s something I wanted to do.” He knew none of the Wolves’ offensive or defensive calls, so he blended in as best he could. “It was totally different, the play calling they were doing,” he said. “I was just happy I was able to contribute.”
Kilpatrick, the former University of Cincinnati star whose family is from New York, was close enough. “We had him in before so we worked him out, so we knew about him and we’ve been following him, but there’s no question that geography helped,” Saunders said. “We had to have a guy here ready to play at 7:30.” Kilpatrick has averaged 13.6 points in 42 games this season with Delaware and Santa Cruz. “We’ll be undermanned,” Saunders said before the game, “but guys that have complained in the past about playing time won’t have to worry about it tonight.”
The Timberwolves signed guard Sean Kilpatrick to a 10-day contract, and he arrived in time to give them the league-mandated eight players in uniform for their game against the New York Knicks. Listing eight players on their injured list, the Wolves didn’t just need a player. They needed one who wouldn’t take long to get here. “We had to fulfill our rules, so we had to go find somebody that was within a train ride away,” Wolves coach Flip Saunders said. Kilpatrick actually drove, arriving in the Wolves’ locker room at Madison Square Garden about 45 minutes before the start. He quickly introduced himself to guard Ricky Rubio, who joined the injured ranks Thursday with a sore right ankle.
Steve Popper: True story – Timberwolves had to sign a player who was within a train ride of MSG to satisfy NBA rules of 8 players suited up. #takethatPhil
The Minnesota Timberwolves today announced the team has signed guard Sean Kilpatrick to a 10-day contract. The Timberwolves were granted an NBA hardship exception for a 16th roster spot due to having four players out due to injury. Kilpatrick, 25, has averaged 13.6 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 42 games this season with Delaware and Santa Cruz of the NBADL. Kilpatrick, 6-4, went undrafted in the 2014 NBA Draft after a four-year career at the University of Cincinnati. Kilpatrick finished his career with averages of 15.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 140 contests, earning Second-Team All-America honors his senior season. Kilpatrick was signed by the Golden State Warriors on October 20, 2014 and waived on October 24, 2014 after playing with the Philadelphia 76ers on their 2014 NBA Summer League team.
Adam Zagoria: After getting waived by Golden State, @Sean Kilpatrick & Aaron Craft will play for D-League team in Santa Cruz, source says.Not a bad spot.
The Golden State Warriors have waived guard Aaron Craft, guard/forward Jason Kapono, guard Sean Kilpatrick, forward James Michael McAdoo and forward Mitchell Watt, the team announced following tonight’s preseason finale against the Denver Nuggets. The team’s roster now stands at 15 players.
Eric Pincus: Golden State Warriors gave Sean Kilpatrick a one-year deal at the min – just $35k guaranteed @BBallInsiders
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent guard Sean Kilpatrick to a contract, the team announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released.
University of Cincinnati forward Justin Jackson will play for Charlotte in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas July 11-21, joining former Bearcats teammate Sean Kilpatrick in the multi-game showcase.
He would be playing in two NBA summer leagues — in Orlando with the Philadelphia 76ers and in Las Vegas with the Miami Heat. “I want to show these teams my motor, that I never stop playing hard, how I can rebound, get up and down the floor, be athletic,” said Roberts, who averaged 14.4 points and 7.4 rebounds last season for at St. Joe’s team, and went for 15 points and 10 rebounds when St. Joe’s lost to eventual national champion UConn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, losing 89-81 in OT. “And show my mid-range jumper and my ball-handling, so I’m hoping to show both of those things in the summer leagues.” Former Cincinnati guard Sean Kilpatrick of White Plains and former St. John’s forward JaKarr Sampson are also on the Sixers’ summer league team. St. John’s and St. Joe’s met in the NIT during Roberts’s junior season. “I played against him, he’s good,” he said. “If you look at the roster, they have a lot of athletic guys on the team so I’m looking forward to playing with those guys.”
Ben Standig: Wizards announce TWO workout sessions on Tuesday. Group 1: Jahii Carson (PG, ASU), Dwight Powell (F, Stanford), LaQuinton Ross (OSU), Roscoe Smith, Richard Solomon, Chaz Williams (UMass). In the 2nd group, GWs Isaiah Armwood and @Maurice_creek plus Cincy’s Sean Kilpatrick.
The Clippers have a backcourt-heavy workout set for Monday. The team will bring in Missouri’s Jordan Clarkson, Arizona’s Nick Johnson, Nevada’s Deonte Burton and Cincinnati’s Sean Kilpatrick for a draft workout, with the team looking at options with 28th overall selection in the NBA Draft.
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Doug McDermott was a unanimous choice for the AP All-American First Team. McDermott is the first player to be on the All-American team in three straight seasons since Patrick Ewing and Wayman Tisdale in 1985. Shabazz Napier, Sean Kilpatrick and Russ Smith were also seniors named to the All-American First Team, while Jabari Parker was the fifth member. The second team consisted of Nick Johnson, Andrew Wiggins, Nik Stauskas, Melvin Ejim and T.J. Warren.
Sean Kilpatrick is returning for his senior season at Cincinnati. The guard announced his decision on Wednesday. “It’s been tough the last couple of weeks. I got to sit down with Coach (Mick Cronin) and my parents, especially, and we talked about the future and what’s best for me,” Kilpatrick said in a press release from the school. “My decision is I want to stay. I want to be the first in my family to graduate and get my degree.”