David Pick: Late season movement in China: Sources tell me decorated CBA guard Donald Sloan agreed on deal to replace Darius Morris and rejoin Guangdong Tigers for playoffs.
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David Aldridge: Wizards likely going the 10-day route on a point guard for their last pre-All-Star game against Knicks Wednesday, per source. Top candidates include @SessionsRamon, Donald Sloan, @Briante Weber. Will look further into @Derrick Rose and others during break if still avaialble.
Chris Reichert: The Texas Legends have acquired Donald Sloan off waivers #GLeague
Candace Buckner: The #Wizards have waived Donald Sloan, The Washington Post has leaned. Carrick Felix makes the final roster, which is now set at 17.
The Washington Wizards announced the addition of guards Carrick Felix and Donald Sloan to their training camp roster, bringing the roster total to 19.
Shams Charania: Free agent Donald Sloan, a 5-year NBA veteran, has agreed on a one-year deal with the Washington Wizards, league sources tell The Vertical.
He started for the Hornets’ summer-league team in Orlando, Fla., earlier this month. However, it seemed clear he was not in the Hornets’ plans when the team recently held a large-group workout for point guards that included veterans Norris Cole and Donald Sloan.
The Charlotte Hornets have invited NBA veterans Norris Cole and Donald Sloan to work out this week, as they look to fill their third point-guard spot next season.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Source: The Charlotte Hornets are bringing in NBA free-agent guard Donald Sloan for a workout. He lit up the China association.
Marc Stein: Today’s the last day players can sign and still be traded this NBA season so Houston will try to seal a Donatas Motiejunas deal by day’s end
Michael Scotto: Sources: Nets free agent Donald Sloan signs a 1-year, $2.7 million deal with Guangdong Southern Tigers. He won a CBA title with them in 2013
Pacers point guard Donald Sloan has spent the offseason in his hometown Dallas, reshaping his career in more ways than one. As Sloan prepares for his summer of free agency – grinding through two-a-day workouts and day long pick-up games – he has switched representation. Sloan, who approaches his fifth NBA season, will now be represented by sports agents Byron Irvin and Dan Fegan of Relativity Sports. The deal was finalized on Friday night. “Some things weren’t happening the way they should have with who I was represented by the last few years,” Sloan told The Star, “so I just figured now’s a good time as any to make the switch.”
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