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Adrian Wojnarowski: Center Amida Brimah is signing a two-way deal with the Indiana Pacers, his agent Daniel Hazan tells ESPN.
Chris Haynes: Free agent big Amida Brimah has reached an agreement with the Indiana Pacers, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.
Scott Agness: One day after the conclusion of their preseason, the Pacers waived Walt Lemon Jr., C.J. Wilcox and Amida Brimah. They will soon head to Fort Wayne and begin training camp with @TheMadAnts.
Scott Agness: Pacers’ deal with center Amida Brimah is one year with a partial guarantee, per source. Potential two-way guy. Pacers expressed interest over the last four months and he was originally slated to be with them in summer league. He runs the floor well and is a good shot-blocker.
Chris Haynes: Free agent seven-footer Amida Brimah has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Indiana Pacers, his agent Daniel Hazan of @hazansportsmgmt tells Yahoo Sports.
The San Antonio Spurs have signed Amida Brimah and Julian Washburn to training camp deals. Both players will be on Exhibit 10 deals. Brimah was with the Spurs for preseason in 2017 and then played for the Austin Spurs of the G League. Washburn was previously with the Spurs in 2015 and played for their G League team in 15-16 and 17-18.
The San Antonio Spurs today announced their 2017-18 training camp roster. The current Spurs roster stands at 19 players, and includes the addition of Amida Brimah. Brimah (6-10/230) played four seasons at the University of Connecticut, averaging 7.6 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.64 blocks in 24.7 minutes over 33 games last year in his senior season. A native of Ghana, Brimah is UConn’s all-time leader in career field goal percentage (.637, 347-545) and ranks third in school history in career blocks (367) and blocks per game (2.76), helping the Huskies to the 2013-14 NCAA Championship.
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“I’m not sure whether I will enter the Draft. I want to play in the NBA, if not this year, then at least next year,” Princepal told Firstpost from Ohio, where he is training with Elevate X. “My contract with Ignite ended when the season was done. Maybe I’ll play for another G League team next year. Maybe I’ll play in the Summer League.”
During an appearance on Friday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Curry’s wife, Ayesha, explained how the COVID-19 pandemic created some confusion for their son over what his dad does for a living. “For the longest time, he thought his dad was a golfer because of the pandemic and there was no basketball in season,” Ayesha said. “So, he’s just now realizing that his dad and his uncle play basketball. So, that’s been exciting for us.”