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Dion Waiters
Dion Waiters
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Born: 12/10/91
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Earnings: $44,899,655 ($47,640,128*)

Dion Waiters considering retirement

Dion Waiters is now contemplating closing out his professional career. During a recent Instagram Live session, Waiters showed off his championship ring while talking about his future. “They think I’m playing. I been contemplating it though—about retiring,” Waiters said. “It’s the politics for me. Game-wise, we know what’s up. I just can’t do the politics, man. We ain’t going over that water. I’ll retire before that.”
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Kyle Goon: Jeanie Buss directly to fans: We miss you so much. The team misses you. But someday soon, we’ll be together. She goes on to acknowledge JaVale McGee, Danny Green, Dwight Howard, Rajon Rondo, Avery Bradley, JR Smith, Dion Waiters, Troy Daniels and DeMarcus Cousins and thank them.
Dion Waiters, professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers, has invested in Miami-based esports and lifestyle brand, Centric Gaming. The organisation has told Esports Insider it aims to “make a statement”, in Waiters’ hometown of Philadelphia, that “gaming is something that is achievable as a career”. Waiters is partnering with Centric Gaming Founder Kyree Ware, who will be responsible for the organisation’s esports development.
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3. Charlotte Hornets. Anthony Edwards | 6-5 guard | 19 years old, freshman | Georgia. The name Dion Waiters does come up with some executives who are lower on him, wondering why Edwards is so willing to settle for jumpers instead of using his athleticism to bully his way to the rim. I don’t think those are inaccurate sentiments, which is why I have Edwards at No. 3 on my board. Having said that, the reason I still have him as high as No. 3 is that the athletic tools, and the ability to get to his jump shot, and the potential to be an elite creator going toward the rim is special. He’s an elite-level NBA athlete who can get his own shot at any time, and that’s the most important skill any NBA player can have in today’s league from the 2.