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
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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
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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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According to Shams Charania of Stadium and The Athletic, Jordan is “hellbent” on keeping Walker in a Hornets uniform even though he is set to become an unrestricted free agent after this season. Charania went on to note the Hornets “still want to build their franchise around” the dynamic playmaker who poured in 60 points in Saturday’s overtime loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
As they did, however, Markelle Fultz watched from the bench, having been benched in favor of McConnell as head coach Brett Brown tried to give his team an injection of life. And after McConnell did just that, helping lift Philadelphia to a 119-114 victory — its third straight win — Brown wouldn’t commit to either player as his backup point guard moving forward. “I don’t know,” Brown said after Monday’s win. When asked what would inform his decision, Brown said, “Just when I think it through deeper and look at tape and see who we’re playing, the next opponent, all those things I should do.”
One week after a blowout loss in Sacramento that sealed the fate of his two-month trade saga, Butler is enjoying his new reality with the Philadelphia 76ers — leading them to two straight victories, including a 28-point performance in his home debut on Friday night against Utah. He then had the game-winning 3-pointer and game-winning block to lift the Sixers past Charlotte and Kemba Walker’s 60 points on Saturday night. “Night and day,” Butler told The Athletic of his new situation.
“We learned a lot from our series against the Celtics, and we felt we needed Jimmy,” Harris told The Athletic. “Since last summer, we’ve felt we needed a third elite talent. You don’t get a chance to get this talent every day. Jimmy wants to win, and Joel and Ben want to win. That’s the bottom line.”
Brian Dulik: #Cavaliers SF Kyle Korver joking about battling former teammate @KingJames and #Lakers on Wednesday @TheQArena: “We know all of his tendencies and we know how to take them away.” #BeTheFight #NBA