Adrian Wojnarowski: Brooklyn is waiving two-way F Henry Ellenson, league sources tell ESPN. Nets will likely add another backcourt player on a two-way or 10-day contract.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent F Henry Ellenson is signing a two-way contract with the Brooklyn Nets, league sources tell ESPN.
Nets Daily: Ellenson, who Woj reports will sign two-way with Nets, is fourth RocNation client on Nets roster, joining @Kyrie Irving @Caris LeVert and @Wilson Chandler
Marc Berman: F Henry Ellenson will be on Knicks summer league roster, per source. He’s a free agent. Knicks have room for one player on 15-man. First Practice is tomorrow
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Knicks plan to sign forward Henry Ellenson for rest of season once his 10-day contract expires on weekend, league sources tell ESPN. Ellenson (13 points, nine rebounds, five assists) made impression in victory over Magic. Ellenson was 18th overall pick to Pistons in 2016.
Marc Berman: We reported Tuesday morning Henry Ellenson would re-sign another 10-day Friday before his breakout game. Woj reporting now after his lovely 36-minute outing, it will be for rest of season with team option for next season. Big man who can shoot 3's and push pace.
Shams Charania: Forward Henry Ellenson plans to sign a 10-day contract with the New York Knicks, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.
January 26, 2021 | 2:01 am EST Update
Meanwhile, Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer reported on a podcast with Andrew Yang, the former presidential candidate, that the Nets have their eyes on Drummond who’s playing on an expiring $28.7 million contract. ”People around the league say the Nets are hoping that Andre Drummond, the Cavs center, gets bought out. That’s what people say they’re hoping for but that’s unlikely because Cleveland is still in it,” referring to the playoff hunt.
“I just wish I would have known up front and not have to beat around the bush to figure things out. That’s just my motivation there. They thought I was done. Basically, that’s how I feel. This is my opportunity to show them that I’m not done. But the most important thing for me is get the win. I don’t care how many numbers I have, it’s about getting the win. That’s the most important thing because if I get 40 and then we lose, the trade don’t look as bad from their aspect because they beat us that one game they did play us. So, my ultimate goal is to try to get a win for my team tomorrow.”
Well, that’s going to be hard to imagine once you hear his extended thoughts on playing the Wizards on Tuesday, which he shared with NBC Sports Washington’s Chris Miller. Now with the Rockets, Wall admitted facing the Wizards is personal after how his exit was handled, and that he is out for revenge. “Just seeing everybody that’s over there, a lot of people that’s on that side that probably didn’t believe I could come back to be the person I am. And probably some people that had a little say so into me being traded,” Wall told Miller. “I feel like it was a whole process and it wasn’t just something that happened overnight. I think this was in the works. That’s my motivation. Who wouldn’t want to beat the team that traded them and felt like I was done?”
“Most importantly, all I really wanted from the start of all of it was just to be told the truth. That’s the most important thing and what made it so hard for me to understand what was going on because I wasn’t told the truth. I understand it’s a business and things go on and people move on and you get traded, organizations in different ways. When I heard the rumors, I called and asked are these true or are these something not to worry about? From that day forward, all I heard was ‘no, those rumors aren’t true, don’t worry about it.’ In all reality, it was true,” Wall said.
“Outside of James [Harden] not showing up to training camp and not wanting to be here, everything else was amazing,” Wall told NBC Sports Washington’s Chris Miller. “The most important thing is we couldn’t control what he wanted to do and at the same time as an organization, you’ve gotta understand they wanna handle it the way they wanna handle it.”
“He’s always happy. I’ve never seen LeBron mad — he’s always happy,” Davis told CBS Sports. “But on the flipside, he’s so determined and hard-working for basketball. So it’s a balance, and you’ve got to find a balance.”
StatMuse: LeBron James this season: 25.2 PPG 7.9 RPG 7.4 APG 50/41/71% 32.7 MPG He’s on pace to become the first player in NBA history to average 25/7/7 in less than 33 minutes per game. pic.twitter.com/yVJZSUYoPR