The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has waived guard Andrew Harrison. Harrison, 6-6, 213, who was originally signed to a two-way contract by New Orleans on December 5, appeared in six games with the Pelicans, averaging 1.5 points and 1.2 assists in 6.3 minutes.
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Adrian Wojnarowski: Guard Andrew Harrison will sign a two-way deal with New Orleans, league source tells ESPN.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have waived Billy Preston and Andrew Harrison — a pair of players on Two-Way contracts, league sources told cleveland.com.
Cayleigh Griffin: Newest Cavs two-way player, @Andrew Harrison. Says he found out around 5 pm yesterday. He believes he brings a defensive presence, will be aggressive on offense and will make plays for others. “I’m gonna come in and fight every night. Give it my all.” pic.twitter.com/2eGlohwp36
Cayleigh Griffin: Cavs make it official – signing Andrew Harrison to a two-way contract. He will be with the team in Chicago. Coach Drew says that adding Harrison gives them an extra ball-handler and some size at the point. With four starters out, they need bodies.
Joe Vardon: Harrison in to back up Sexton at PG, and “Johnny Boy” Holland, who made more money than any G League player last year, waived pic.twitter.com/jw1SDyi36u
Mike Giannotto: JB Bickerstaff said Grizzlies will explore adding another big or perimeter shooter to take Andrew Harrison’s spot on roster. Also, Bickerstaff doesn’t expect Chandler Parsons to be available during 3-game road trip.
Omari Sanfoka II: Chris Wallace says the decision to waive Andrew Harrison was to open a roster spot and save money. Grizzlies feel safe at the backup guard position with Shelvin Mack, Garrett Temple and Kyle Anderson in the rotation. pic.twitter.com/buHHIFDLqt
Andrew Harrison: I’m unbreakable
Omari Sanfoka II: The Grizzlies announce that they have waived guard Andrew Harrison
Peter Edmiston: Well, well. The Grizzlies have announced they’ve waived Andrew Harrison. Harrison’s contract was not fully guaranteed, they’ll save 1.5m as a result of the move.
Michael Wallace: Grizzlies released Andrew Harrison today after three seasons with the team. Harrison’s contract was only partially guaranteed this season. He played in just one game, and it was obvious he was no longer part of team’s primary plans in deep guard rotation. pic.twitter.com/h0X8KvUjP4
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January 18, 2019 | 11:29 pm EST Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: Brooklyn’s Kenneth Faried has agreed to a contract buyout with the Brooklyn Nets, clearing the way for him to sign a free agent deal with the Houston Rockets, league sources tell ESPN. Faried expected to be waived on Saturday and clear on Monday.
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Rockets will have until Monday to clear a roster spot for Faried. He’s expected to move into the Rockets lineup with significant minutes immediately with absence of Clint Capela, league sources said.
Omari Sanfoka II: Marc Gasol declined to address the meeting he and Mike Conley had with team owner Robert Pera, calling it “private.” Conley said this: “He came in town and we had a good meeting. That’s all there was to it, nothing special came out of it that’ll change the world or anything.”
Mark Medina: DeMarcus Cousins throws down a hammer dunk, and the entire bench clears out. Klay is loving it.
Scott Souza: #Celtics Kyrie Irving said Shelving Mack said something pretty disrespectful & challenged his manhood on the court. Irving said he told Mack to do something about it. Thus the double techs.