HoopsHype Tony Wroten rumors

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The Memphis Grizzlies assigned guard Tony Wroten to the Reno Bighorns, the team’s NBA Development League affiliate, Grizzlies General Manager and Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Wallace announced today. Wroten (6-6, 208) has totaled one rebound and one steal in eight minutes through three appearances in his rookie season with Memphis. NBA.com

November 21, 2012 Updates

Griz rookie Tony Wroten missed a second straight game after a death in the family. Wroten is in Seattle and may not return for a while because the plan is to send him to Reno to join the Grizzlies' NBA Development League affiliate. Memphis Commercial Appeal

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"He and (North Carolina's) Kendall Marshall are probably the two best passers in the draft," Griz general manager Chris Wallace said. "Tony was a little turnover prone as a freshman and doesn't shoot the ball real well but he's got terrific size for a point guard and he's got some talent." Memphis Commercial Appeal

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The New Orleans Hornets are working out five guards this morning at the Alario Center that includes point guards Kendall Marshall of North Carolina, Washington's Tony Wroten Jr. and Missouri's Matt Pressey, along with European shooting guards Evan Fournier and Nihad Djedovic. New Orleans Times-Picayune

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Washington guard Tony Wroten worked out daily with Brandon Roy in Seattle, the hometown for both, before beginning a tour of teams and talks to the former Trail Blazers guard most every day. Six months after being forced into retirement by a knee injury, Roy, Wroten said, "dominates. I'm a good defender, I feel like, but, man, it's a little hard to stop him. He just gets to his spots. We're going to see. His knee looks great, though." NBA.com

Vanderbilt marksman John Jenkins, Kentucky's Doron Lamb and Oregon State's Jared Cunningham are among the shooting guards receiving high marks from Griz personnel. Scouts also seem impressed by point guard prospects Marquis Teague of Kentucky and Tony Wroten of Washington. However, Griz brass entertained swingmen Draymond Green (Michigan State) and Jae Crowder (Marquette) on Saturday with great interest because of a desire to also add more versatile, high basketball IQ players to the roster. Memphis Commercial Appeal

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The Bucks opened a series of draft workouts Sunday at the Cousins Center, a session heavy on guard talent and featuring Marquette's Darius Johnson-Odom and Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor. Also competing in the six-player workout were 6-7 senior guard Kris Joseph of Syracuse, 6-6 senior guard Chris Johnson of Dayton, 6-5 freshman guard Tony Wroten of Washington and 6-4 junior guard Jared Cunningham of Oregon Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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