The 6'9" Sullinger still has the same agent he had year…

The 6’9″ Sullinger still has the same agent he had years ago, David Falk, and is committed to going any route he has to take in his pathway back to the NBA, such as playing in the G-League, and as of today, he says he feels “amazing,” and this is the best he has ever felt health-wise. “I’m just looking for somebody to give me an opportunity,” Sullinger said. “If I get the opportunity, I promise I will seize the moment at that moment.”
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Bobby Marks: With Blake Griffin clearing waivers at 5PM ET. on Sunday, below is what team has available in money to offer: 🏀BKN (open roster spot): $5.34M Tax ML (up to 3 years), $5.7M Disabled Player Exception (1 year), Vet minimum (up to 2 years). 🏀GSW (no open roster spot): $9.25M Disabled Player Exception (1 year), $3.25M Tax ML (up to 3 years), Vet minimum (up to 2 years). 🏀POR (open roster spot): $3.4M Biannual (up to 2 years), Vet minimum (up to 2 years). 🏀MIA (no open roster spot): $3.4M Biannual (up to 2 years), $4.7M Disabled (1 year), Vet minimum (up to 2 years). 🏀LAL (open roster spot): Vet minimum (up to 2 years).
Charlotte Hornets President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Mitch Kupchak announced today that the team has recalled center Vernon Carey Jr. and center Nick Richards from the Greensboro Swarm, the team’s NBA G League affiliate. Carey appeared in 14 games for the Swarm in the G League bubble, averaging 16.0 points, 9.4 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 26.5 minutes per game. A first-year player out of Duke, Carey has totaled three points, one assist and one block in three games for the Hornets this season.
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