Emiliano Carchia: Devon Hall is in the process of signing in Bamberg, a source tells @Emiliano Carchia. Hall has played 11 games in the NBA with OKC in 2019-2020
Maddie Lee: The Thunder has waived two-way contract player Devon Hall, the team announced. pic.twitter.com/o05ivvTUI2
Adam Johnson: Oklahoma City Thunder draft prospect Devon Hall has signed a G League contract league sources tell @2Ways10Days Hall was selected 53rd overall in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Sam Blum: I connected with Devon Hall's agent, Daniel Curtin, who said the plan is to have him play in the G-League following the NBL season. Then? "We expect him to be with the Thunder next season."
The Cairns Taipans have signed shooting guard Devon Hall for their 2018-19 season. Hall was selected by the Oklahoma City Thunder with the 53rd pick in the second round of the 2018 NBA Draft, and played five games at the NBA Summer League last month.
As a senior, Hall averaged 11.7 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.1 assists, shooting at 44.3 per cent from three for the Cavaliers, on a team that won the ACC regular season (30-2 record) and the number one overall seed in the 2018 NCAA tournament. Taipans Head Coach Mike Kelly said: “When we were looking to complete our team with a perimeter guy, we wanted someone who could shoot, defend and create. Devon has shown in his time with Virginia, and in the Summer League, that he can do all these things at a very high level.”
November 28, 2020 | 7:36 pm EST Update
League sources say the camp’s final spot belongs to Charge guard Levi Randolph, who is currently playing for Team USA at the FIBA AmeriCup Qualifying games. Randolph is expected to officially sign his deal on Tuesday.
After waiving Rayjon Tucker early Saturday afternoon, the Cavs have 14 NBA players under contract. Lamar Stevens and Matt Mooney are both on two-way deals. The Cavs have also agreed to Exhibit 10 contracts with 2019 undrafted swingman Charles Matthews and Canton Charge center Marques Bolden.
Marc Stein: Still to be finalized, of course, is a firm NBA trade deadline for the 2020-21 season The league said earlier this week that its revised All-Star plans for this season will also be announced at a later date
November 28, 2020 | 5:55 pm EST Update
The Kings are one of four teams showing the most significant interest in free agent small forward Glenn Robinson III, league sources told The Sacramento Bee. McNair and assistant general manager Wes Wilcox have been forthright and diligent throughout the process in talks between the two sides, sources said.