NBA rumors: Raptors signing Juwan Morgan

Shams Charania: The Toronto Raptors plan to sign forward Juwan Morgan of NBA G League Maine via hardship, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Morgan is the third call up out of the Boston Celtics’ affiliate in the last day.

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Chris Grenham: The Celtics officially waived Juwan Morgan and Ryan Arcidiacono yesterday, according to the NBA’s transaction wire.
The Boston Celtics agreed to a deal with Juwan Morgan, his agency Edge Sports told HoopsHype. Morgan, 24, spent the past two seasons with the Utah Jazz and started multiple playoff games during the 2019-20 season.
The Jazz did not extend a qualifying offer to forward Juwan Morgan, although sources say the Jazz are keeping an open door on Morgan’s return.
Ben Anderson: Also sounds like Dennis Lindsey and the @UtahJazz are fully planning on Juwan Morgan returning. "Juwan Morgan, as an example, was plus eight with Rudy, (when Morgan was) at the four, and he gives us a switch five."
Tony Jones: Juwan Morgan’s guarantee date is imminent. I don’t have confirmation either way, but barring something unforeseen, I expect his contract to be guaranteed for the remainder of the season. The Jazz love him. He’s actually at the edge of the rotation as of now
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has signed forward Juwan Morgan. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. In a related move, the team has waived forward Stanton Kidd.
Andy Larsen: Jazz just waived Kyle Collinsworth and Juwan Morgan. Both likely to play for SLC Stars.
Michael Scotto: The Utah Jazz and Juwan Morgan (Indiana) have agreed to an Exhibit 10 contract, league sources told @The Athletic. Morgan played for the Jazz in Summer League.
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