Keith Pompey: The Sixers announced that they have just waived recent Exhibit 10 signees Lamine Diane and Justin Robinson. They are expected to play on the Sixers G-League affiliate, the Delaware Blue Coats.
Derek Bodner: The Philadelphia 76ers are signing guard Justin Robinson to an exhibit 10 contract, per source. Robinson, who had a four-year career at Virginia Tech, played with the Blue Coats and the Capital City Go-Go of the G-League last year.
The Washington Wizards announced today that they have waived guard Justin Robinson. Robinson appeared in nine games for the Wizards this season, averaging 1.4 points per contest.
Bobby Marks: Washington announced that they have waived Justin Robinson. $396K cap hit on the guard for this season. Robinson was signed to a three-year $4.2M contract in the off-season. No salary obligation for 2020/21 and 2021/22.
Fred Katz: The Wizards have signed Justin Robinson to a three-year deal, a league source said. Partial guarantees on each season.
Candace Buckner: Justin Robinson, #Wizards’ free agent signing, will be with the Go-Go but has a chance to play with Washington, Sheppard said.
April 17, 2021 | 3:07 pm EDT Update
Sarah Todd: Following an MRI and clinical evaluation, Donovan Mitchell suffered a significant right lower ankle sprain. He will be re-evaluated in one week.
Harrison Faigen: Frank Vogel says Andre Drummond will play and start today. Keef and Dennis are game-time decisions. Marc Gasol is available but dealing with hamstring tightness and his broken finger. Everyone else (other than AD and LeBron and Dudz) is good to go.
On Thursday, the Michigan Wolverines got some big news as senior leader Isaiah Livers announced he would be declaring for the 2021 NBA Draft. He put together an outstanding career in Ann Arbor and will now take his talents to the next level. This was an anticipated decision, but was made official on Thursday.
“It’s pretty crazy,” Stephen Curry said recently. “We’ve been able to mobilize quickly. We didn’t expect to have such an impact — we only launched a year and a half ago. But so many kids were hanging in the dark. It was alarming. We are excited about the work we’re doing but it’s hard to celebrate because it means the need is so great. That’s the dichotomy.”