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Matt Velazquez: League source confirms the Bucks are signing Bryn Forbes to a two-year deal as first reported by @Adrian Wojnarowski. Also, the Bucks will bring in Jaylen Adams and Mamadi Diakite on two-way contracts and EJ Montgomery will come to Milwaukee on a training-camp deal.
Adam Zagoria: Former ⁦@UCLAMBB⁩ , ⁦@OHACoachSmith⁩ And Molloy 7-foot-2 big man Moses Brown has agreed to a Two-Way with the OKC Thunder, per his agent @mooremgmtentllc tells me pic.twitter.com/YMGlJSeWEU
Khalil Whitney signed a two-way contract with the Hornets, freelance journalist Adam Zagoria reports. The 19-year-old left Kentucky in January and opted to forgo his final three seasons of collegiate eligibility, but he went unselected during Wednesday's draft. Whitney averaged only 12.8 minutes in his 18 college games, but he's a blue-chip recruit with plenty of potential and should spend most of his time with the Greensboro Swarm in the G League.
Vincent Goodwill: Former Duke captain Javin Delaurier has agreed to a camp contract ex10 with Charlotte, Gary Durrant tells Yahoo Sports
Chris Haynes: Undrafted free agent forward Mamadi Diakite - out of Virginia - has reached an agreement on a two-way deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, his agent @Gary_Durrant tells Yahoo Sports.
Tim Cato: the Mavericks have agreed to terms on an Exhibit 10 deal with Devonte Patterson, SWAC player of the year out of Prairie View A&M, I’m told
Undrafted rookie Ty-Shon Alexander has signed a two-way deal with the Suns. He averaged a team-high 16.9 points for Creighton last season.
Jake Hatch: Per multiple #sources - former @BYUbasketball star Yoeli Childs is expected to sign with the Washington Wizards after evaluating multiple offers (upwards of five reportedly) from #NBA franchises. #BYUhoops #BYU #LOC
Bryan Kalbrosky: UDFA wing Ade Murkey (@Uh_Day) has signed an Exhibit-10 contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves, per source. He averaged 18.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 2.1 apg and 1.2 spg while shooting 40% from 3-point range for the @DU_Pioneers last season. #Timberwolves are his hometown team. pic.twitter.com/6EubhgwOjd
Medina High graduate Jon Teske will be heading to training camp with the NBA's Orlando Magic. After not being taken in the two-round NBA Draft on Wednesday night, the 7-foot-1, 265-pound Teske and agent Aaron Turner agreed to contract terms with the Magic on Friday. Deals can officially be signed starting Sunday. "It's the best fit for me right now as a player," Teske said Friday. "A couple other teams were interested, but for me to showcase my talents and play within my skills, it's a big advantage going there.
Bryan Kalbrosky: Former @MissouriStBears guard Keandre Cook (@_Drecook) has signed with the Charlotte Hornets, per source. The 6-foot-5 prospect averaged 14.9 ppg while shooting 42.3 3P% last year.
Jason Jones: The Kings are signing Temple's Quinton Rose to an Exhibit 10 contract. Rose (6-8, 195) fits the profile of what general manager Monte McNair has looked to add to the roster. Rose averaged 16 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists as a senior.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Undrafted William & Mary center Nathan Knight is signing a two-way deal with the Atlanta Hawks, source tells ESPN.
Scott Agness: Source: Rayshaun Hammonds has agreed to an Exhibit 10 deal with the Pacers. He’s a lefty with range, and did part of his pre-draft training in Indy.
Bryan Kalbrosky: After signing Mason Jones and Trevelin Queen, the Rockets easily have two of the best undrafted free agents. Both of these players have worked incredibly hard to get where they are and will only continue to improve. bit.ly/2XBlpoR #NBADraft (@masonjones2 + @trev_up)
The Nets have signed undrafted Kentucky stretch 4 Nate Sestina to an Exhibit 10 contract following going undrafted in Wednesday’s NBA Draft. An Exhibit 10 is essentially a training camp invite. Sestina, who stands at 6’9” with a 230+ pound frame, played four years at Bucknell University and one year as a graduate student at Kentucky.
Chris Haynes: Yahoo Sources: Undrafted free agent Omer Yurtseven - seven-footer from Georgetown - reached agreement with Oklahoma City Thunder on an Exhibit 10 contract. Posted 15.5 pts, 9.8 rebs and 1.5 blks last season.
Nets Daily: Nets undrafted pick up Nick Sestina played a fifth year at Kentucky last season. Before that, the 6’9” stretch 4 played four years at Bucknell, also alma mater of @J_R_Holden, Nets director of player personnel and former Euroleague star with CSKA Moscow.
Shams Charania: Florida State point guard Trent Forrest is signing a two-way contract with the Utah Jazz, sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Shams Charania: Undrafted Butler guard Sean McDermott has agreed to a two-way deal with the Memphis Grizzlies, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.
Mike Singer: After a wild, eventful, productive night, the #Nuggets went out and signed the NCAA's leading scorer. Marquette's Markus Howard will be on a two-way deal, a league source said. His *worst* 3-point shooting season was 40% throughout his college career. https://t.co/701vbdWOD0
Andrew Greif: Confirming @Chris Haynes info from earlier that 6-1 Saint Mary's guard Jordan Ford has signed an Exhibit 10 deal with the Clippers, per source. He'll be in training camp next month.
Adrian Wojnarowski: The WCC’s Defensive Player of the Year — guard Jahlil Tripp of Pacific — is signing an Exhibit 10 deal with the Memphis Grizzlies, his agent Daniel Green tells ESPN.
Darren Wolfson: Hear former East Ridge HS, Carleton, and Baylor big Freddie Gillespie will land with the Dallas Mavericks. Great night for Twin Cities basketball. Sacar Anim and others will have some opportunities too.
Shams Charania: Undrafted Butler guard Sean McDermott has agreed to a two-way deal with the Memphis Grizzlies, sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Undrafted free agent Josh Hall signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder early Thursday morning, hours after the draft ended. A 6-foot-9 wing, Hall committed to N.C. State out of Moravian Prep School in Hickory but decided to skip school and enter the draft.
Adrian Wojnarowski: UAB guard Nate Darling is signing a two-way deal with Charlotte, his agents Mike George and Nate Daniels of @OneLegacySports tell ESPN.
Shams Charania: Undrafted Penn State forward Lamar Stevens has agreed to a two-way deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Undrafted Kansas guard Devon Dotson is signing with the Chicago Bulls, source tells ESPN. Dotson is a Chicago native who grew up idolizing Derrick Rose.
Shams Charania: Undrafted Kentucky guard Ashton Hagans has agreed to a two-way deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Bryan Kalbrosky: Nate Hinton has accepted a two-way deal with the Dallas Mavericks, according to his agent Tallen Todorovich. This was my Interview with the @UHCougarMBK star: bit.ly/32XJ3xH
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Spencer Dinwiddie unlikely to return this season

Spencer Dinwiddie still hasn’t rejoined the Nets. After partially tearing his right ACL in December, he has been rehabbing in Los Angeles and was expected to at least meet up with his teammates at some point. Recent reports have suggested Dinwiddie could play if the Nets reach the NBA Finals — set to begin July 8 — but sources have maintained it’s unlikely.
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Donovan Mitchell injury not serious

Utah Jazz star guard Donovan Mitchell exited Saturday’s 132-106 Game 3 loss to the LA Clippers because of pain in his right ankle, but the decision for him not to return was due to the lopsided score. “I feel like I was able to go back, but no need to risk it down 16, 18 at that point,” Mitchell said. “I’ll be fine.”
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Mitchell has averaged 32.3 points per game during the playoffs, including 30 point on 11-of-24 shooting in Game 3, despite dealing with persistent pain in the ankle. “It’s when I land,” Mitchell said. “It’s been just trying to manage it. I don’t really know what else to tell you; I don’t want to say too much. It was just the landing, but I’m good. I’ll be ready for Game 4.”
With the game slipping away from the Jazz, Mitchell had a conversation with coach Quin Snyder. He did not return to the game, although the Utah medical staff had cleared him to return. “He’s in good shape,” Snyder said. “He could have gone back in the game, but at that point, the lead had stretched. In fact, while we were talking, I think Kawhi hit a 3. That was my decision not to put him back in at that point. The game had gotten away from us at that point, but he’s fine.”
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When asked what his relationship is with Ingles, George said, “I don’t care about him. Next question.” For the Clippers, there is no question how good they can be when George and Leonard shift their games to another level like they did on Saturday. Not only did they combine to make 26 of 48 shots but they also took the challenge of slowing down Donovan Mitchell. While Mitchell finished with 30 points before tweaking his sore right ankle, he was held scoreless for the first 16 minutes and 26 seconds of the game. After contesting 71% of his field goal attempts in the first two Jazz wins, the Clippers contested all but one of Mitchell’s 24 shots in Game 3, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.