Marc J. Spears: Former NBA guard Jared Cunningham will …

Marc J. Spears: Former NBA guard Jared Cunningham will be taking part in a free agent workout with the Rockets in Houston this week, a source said. The athletic guard played in Italy Basket Brescia Leonessa last season and last played in the NBA for the Bucks in 2016.

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Jiangsu Tongxi signed former NBA guard Jared Cunningham. The player comes from an NBA season spent with Cavaliers and Bucks.
The Bucks' roster underwent another change on Saturday, as the team chose not to re-sign shooting guard Jared Cunningham. Cunningham was with the Bucks on a 10-day contract that ended on Friday. During his stint in Milwaukee, Cunningham appeared in four games. He averaged 4.0 points while shooting 28.6% from the floor as well as 2.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game.
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed guard Jared Cunningham to a 10-day contract pursuant to the NBA’s hardship exception, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Cunningham, 24, most recently played for the Idaho Stampede of the NBA D-League, where he appeared in three games (all starts) and averaged 17.3 points, 4.7 assists and 3.3 rebounds in 32.0 minutes per game. He began the season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he appeared in 40 games (three starts) and averaged 2.6 points in 8.9 minutes per game before being traded to, and waived by, Orlando on Feb. 18.
Josh Robbins: As expected, the Magic have formally waived Jared Cunningham, the player Orlando received from Cleveland for Channing Frye.
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