NBA rumors: Spurs waive Tyler Zeller, Cam Reynolds

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Paul Garcia: Per Real GM, Cam Reynolds has signed his exhibit 10 contract with the Spurs. Spurs’ training camp roster officially up to 18 players.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent F Cam Reynolds has agreed to a two-way deal with Milwaukee, agent @JamesDunleavy3 tells ESPN.
The Minnesota Timberwolves today announced the team has waived forward Cameron Reynolds. Reynolds was signed by Minnesota on February 27, 2019 and appeared in 19 games with the Wolves this past season, averaging 5.0 points and 1.6 rebounds in 13.6 minutes per game.
The Minnesota Timberwolves announced the team has signed forward Cameron Reynolds to a second 10-Day Contract. Reynolds, 24, has appeared in two games for the Timberwolves this season, averaging 2.0 points in 3.5 minutes per game. The Wolves originally signed Reynolds to a 10-Day Contract on February 27, 2019.
Sean Cunningham: Cam Reynolds has joined the Kings training camp roster and is working out on Day 1. Former Kings assistant coach TR Dunn also observing practice alongside his former player Peja Stokakovic. pic.twitter.com/rTdIeczQEV
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Rick Carlisle on Pacers veterans: They were disappointed with how things have gone

What’s the message the veterans are giving you about the last two years? Rick Carlisle: They were disappointed with how things have gone. We’ve got to work at developing a style of play so we can maximize what we have here. Exactly what that means as far as number of wins or the playoffs, I don’t know. I’m reluctant to get into that kind of stuff, because sometimes you can set goals that are too low.
How have you evolved as a coach since you were here before? Rick Carlisle: Going from Detroit to here, they were different types of teams, and going to Dallas—the Dallas team was way different than any team I had coached before. It was much more of an outside-shooting team … so it was an amazing experience and education how to work with that kind of group. And then the game has changed an awful lot in the last 13 years, particularly in the last five. Because of the pace, the skill level, the 3-point shot, everything. In two years there, we set offensive records on points per possessions, and then this last year Brooklyn beat both. These records are going to keep falling because of the skill level.
How has the talent level progressed in the NBA? Rick Carlisle: The game has evolved to where the skill of shooting is so decisively important. If you can’t shoot, it’s very hard to be a high-level player in today’s game. The next phase of NBA basketball is going to be the centers shooting 3’s and driving the ball and making plays. Guys like [Kristaps] Porzingis are already doing it. Guys like Anthony Davis are already doing it. We’ve got [Domantas] Sabonis, who is a playmaking big, who’s working on his long-range shooting. That opens up so many possibilities for any player in this league.