Mark Berman: The Houston Rockets today announced they have called up center Justin Patton from the Westchester Knicks of the NBA G League.
Mark Berman: Confirmed: The #Rockets reached an agreement with 6-11 center @Justin Patton on a two-way contract. Currently playing in the G League, Patton was the Bulls first-round pick, 16th overall, in 2017. He’s played nine games in the NBA with the Timberwolves, Philadelphia and OKC... pic.twitter.com/7gdWGxEFWP
The Houston Rockets have agreed to a two-way deal with center Justin Patton, agent Brian Jungreis of Par-Lay Sports and Entertainmenttold HoopsHype.
Eric Nehm: In addition to Nik Stauskas, the Bucks will be bringing in center Justin Patton on a training camp deal, per a league source. Patton, 23, was recently released by the Clippers and spent seven games with the Wisconsin Herd last season.
The Los Angeles Clippers have waived Justin Patton. Patton was included in the Clippers' three-team trade for Luke Kennard.
Mirjam Swanson: Clippers announce they have waived center Justin Patton. Patton, 23, was acquired as part of a three-team deal with the Detroit Pistons and Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 19.
John Hollinger: Pistons had $1.085 million of pro-rated non-taxpayer MLE remaining and, per league source, used roughly half of it on Patton. Meaning they could easily go to this well again for another player -- giving them a free ~$500k in return for a non-guaranteed 20-21 deal.
James Edwards III: Sources tell @The Athletic that Patton's deal has a non-guaranteed second year for the minimum.
Rod Beard: #Pistons didn't have a center under contract for next season. John Henson and Thon Maker will become free agents. Patton is a low-risk option and new GM Troy Weaver has seen him play.
Mavs PR: The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have acquired center Willie Cauley-Stein from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for Utah’s 2020 second-round pick. In a related move, Dallas has also requested waivers on center Justin Patton.
Brad Townsend: Patton cannot be waived tonight, so the Cauley-Stein deal won’t go through until tomorrow at soonest. No announcements on that front tonight.
Brad Townsend: Although Cauley-Stein deal hasn't been announced, I'm told there are no wrinkles or holdups, there's an order that must be followed. Notice the Mavs haven't yet waived Patton. That's the roster spot needed to add Cauley-Stein.
Maddie Lee: Thunder announced it has signed 22-year-old center Justin Patton. The 76ers waived him in April. pic.twitter.com/TAu0eRcXjC
Ryan McDonald: The Jazz will host a minicamp tomorrow and Thursday. Some interesting names on the list including recent first-round pick Justin Patton and the AGELESS Perry Ellis pic.twitter.com/yyPUdN2l61
Jordan Schultz: Veteran center Greg Monroe plans to sign with the #76ers tomorrow, a league source tells ESPN. Philadelphia will waive center Justin Patton and Monroe will then sign.
May 24, 2022 | 8:40 pm EDT Update
With the selection of Antetokounmpo (27 years old), Dončić (23), Jokić (27), Booker (25) and Tatum (24), the Kia All-NBA First Team is made up entirely of players age 27 or younger for the first time in 67 years (1954-55 season). Dončić is the fourth player in NBA history to be named to the All-NBA First Team three or more times before turning 24, joining Tim Duncan, Kevin Durant and Max Zaslofsky.
Shams Charania: 2021-22 All-NBA teams: First: Nikola Jokic, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Luka Doncic, Devin Booker, Jayson Tatum Second: Joel Embiid, Ja Morant, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, DeMar DeRozan Third: Karl-Anthony Towns, LeBron James, Chris Paul, Trae Young, Pascal Siakam
Bobby Marks: Trae Young has earned an additional $35.4M in his rookie scale contract for being named All-NBA. The Young $177M rookie extension will now increase to $212M. The Hawks will take on an additional $6.1M cap hit in 2022/23 and are now $7.8M over the luxury tax.
Bobby Marks: Devin Booker and Karl Anthony-Towns are eligible to sign a four-year $211M super max extension this offseason. Both players have 2 years left on their contract and the extension would begin in 2024/25. The projected extension: $47.1M, $50.8M, $54.6M and $58.4M
May 24, 2022 | 7:40 pm EDT Update
Tim MacMahon: Steve Kerr: “When are we going to do something? I’m so tired of coming up here offering condolences to the devastated families. I’m so tired of moments of silence. Enough.” He calls out senators to take action. “We can’t get numb to this.”