Adam Johnson: After being waived by the Bulls earlier this week, Antonius Cleveland has signed a G League contract according to a league source. His rights are with the Santa Cruz Warriors. A nice addition after losing Tyler Ulis to a two-way to the same Bulls.
The Atlanta Hawks have requested waivers on guard Antonius Cleveland, it was announced today. Cleveland saw action in four games with the Hawks last season, averaging 3.3 points and 1.0 rebounds in 10.4 minutes (.571 FG%, 3-3 3FGs, 2-2 FTs).
Bobby Marks: As expected, Atlanta has waived Antonius Cleveland. The waiver has now cleared the way to acquire Carmelo Anthony and Justin Anderson with cap space.
The Hawks will have to waive Antonius Cleveland to make the deal work. Trade might not be made official for several days.
The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has signed guard Antonius Cleveland to a multi-year contract, it was announced today. He was signed to consecutive 10-day contracts on February 22 and March 4.
Ian Begley: Antonius Cleveland is expected to sign with Atlanta for the rest of the season in the coming days, sources told ESPN. Due to injury, Cleveland has yet to play for ATL during his first two 10-day deals. So it seems likely that the 6-6 rookie guard’s deal will extend into next year
Shams Charania: Sources: The Hawks plan to sign guard Antonius Cleveland to a 10-day contract. Cleveland went to training camp with Golden State and spent time with Dallas in regular season.
JD Shaw: Dallas has signed Kyle Collinsworth to a two-way contract, the team says. They will waive Antonius Cleveland and Jeff Withey.
The Warriors have officially signed free agents Antonius Cleveland, Michael Gbinije, Alex Hamilton and Georges Niang, the team announced Thursday morning. NBA teams can carry 20-man rosters until trimming them down to 15 the day before the start of the regular season. With the addition of Cleveland, Gbinije, Hamilton and Niang, the Warriors enter training camp on Saturday with the maximum 20 players.
June 25, 2021 | 4:16 am EDT Update
What does Lacob think of reports from ESPN’s Brian Windhorst that LeBron James has essentially been recruiting Curry to the Lakers for months now? “Look, Steph Curry, if he really wanted to leave at the end of his contract, he’s a free agent, he’s earned the right, he can do it,” Lacob said. “I said that with Kevin Durant. I’m still friends with Kevin Durant and I still really like him. And I will always love him for what he did for this franchise. By the way, he took less money when he was here. He really helped us. We were able to get a couple of other players. … Players don’t usually do that and he did that. So I have great respect and admiration for that for Kevin. And I would for Steph no matter what he does, too. He’s done a lot for us, we’ve done a lot for him. I would hope that we provide the environment for him that he wants to be at for the rest of his. … “I’m certainly not worried about the guy you mentioned recruiting him. I don’t think that’s going to happen.”
Kellan Olson: Chris Paul said he messed around a bit on the court at his house but other than that didn’t do anything while he was under health and safety protocols. On testing positive for the virus: “Shit happens.”
Gina Mizell: Chris Paul said that a few “stars in our league” called to check on him while in protocols and told him “they just love the way our team is” as far as playing together and for each other #Suns
Gerald Bourguet: Devin Booker on adjusting to the mask: “It’s fine, honestly. I honestly don’t see it, and it doesn’t affect me.” Said he talked to Rip Hamilton and got some advice on playing with the mask. Book’s not making excuses
Dave McMenamin: Devin Booker elaborated on @Rachel__Nichols’ report about his nose being broken in three places and needing to get it set back into place. He said normally a patient is put under for the procedure, but there was no time for that. He got 8 shots of numbing agent and it was go time