The Minnesota Timberwolves today announced the team has waived forward Cameron Reynolds. Reynolds was signed by Minnesota on February 27, 2019 and appeared in 19 games with the Wolves this past season, averaging 5.0 points and 1.6 rebounds in 13.6 minutes per game.
The Minnesota Timberwolves announced the team has signed forward Cameron Reynolds to a second 10-Day Contract. Reynolds, 24, has appeared in two games for the Timberwolves this season, averaging 2.0 points in 3.5 minutes per game. The Wolves originally signed Reynolds to a 10-Day Contract on February 27, 2019.
Timberwolves PR: NEWS: #Twolves sign forward Cameron Reynolds to a 10-Day Contract. He will wear No. 13.
Sean Cunningham: Cam Reynolds has joined the Kings training camp roster and is working out on Day 1. Former Kings assistant coach TR Dunn also observing practice alongside his former player Peja Stokakovic. pic.twitter.com/rTdIeczQEV
July 4, 2022 | 5:27 am EDT Update
“The Lakers have yet, I’m told, to be aggressive in trying to put a deal together to get [Kyrie] from Brooklyn. That may come, that may evolve with time. But so far right now, there’s no traction really on deals with either Irving or Durant.” 🗣️ @wojespn
John Clark: I’m told despite reports, the Sixers are not pursuing Kyrie Irving I’m told there were discussions internally about Kyrie and other players, but the Sixers never entered into actual talks with Brooklyn As far as Kevin Durant, remember he has a big say in where he will wind up
Those who know Durant cite two primary factors: a rocky Nets season that ended in a first-round playoff sweep; and the franchise’s soured relationship with Irving, his close friend. Durant doesn’t see much hope for a revival under the circumstances, those sources say. And he’s unhappy that his friend is unhappy.
As one insider sympathetic to Durant noted, “Kyrie sabotaged everything,” but Durant is reacting more to the effects than the cause, and he now views the Nets as unsalvageable. “There’s no use in (him) taking sides when it’s all too far gone,” the person said. In essence, the Nets were right in principle, but wrong in practical terms, failing to understand that making Irving upset “was going to drive Kevin away.” It’s instructive to note that for all the chaos, all the havoc and all the stress, Durant still wants to play with Irving, according to league insiders.
Chris Fedor on Collin Sexton: The Dallas Mavericks have been rumored as a team that may have interest because they lost Jalen Brunson. They don’t have cap space. So it would have to be a sign-and-trade worked out with the Cavs. And I’m told that the Cavs are not very attracted to any of the pieces that Dallas would be willing to send back to them in a potential sign-and-trade.
The difference in the tax penalty — somewhere around $15 million extra in the immediate, a whole lot more throughout a longer-term deal — caused Lacob and the Warriors to balk. It stung several in the organization, per sources. They’d found Payton and grown to not only love the person but also understand the value of his unique skill set. It translated to winning. For the first time, they’d failed to retain one of their own due to an unwillingness to meet a financial demand.