The Sacramento Kings have signed free agent center Chimezie Metu to a two-way contract, according to General Manager Monte McNair.
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Adrian Wojnarowski: The Kings are signing C Chimezie Metu to a two-way contract, source tells ESPN.
Jason Jones: Kings have waived Chimezie Metu, league sources tell @The Athletic.
Jason Anderson: The Kings have officially announced the signing of Chimezie Metu.
James Ham: Sacramento has also added 23 year old big man Chimezie Metu on a training camp deal. Potential to make the roster. Former San Antonio Spur.
Paul Garcia: The Spurs waived Chimezie Metu
The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have signed forward Chimezie Metu (Chuh-MEZZ-ee MEH-too). Per team policy, terms of the contract were not announced.
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January 24, 2021 | 2:20 pm EST Update
D’Angelo Russell hasn’t stopped moving for over 10 years. Like a life form that needs to stay in motion to survive, Russell’s basketball career since he was a teenager has been all about movement. This transitory existence has become habitual and unfortunately familiar. It’s what Russell knows, even if it’s not how he would prefer to have spent his life.
“You get numb to it,” the Timberwolves guard said. “Things you used to care about, you don’t care about. You come across so many people as well and you become numb to them as well. I don’t know. You’re kind of numb to all feeling. … I’m not used to real feelings.”
Even though it took him a circuitous route to get here, it’s something Russell hopes he has found in Minnesota as the point guard of the future and present — someone the Wolves hope to build around along with Towns. “Now, when I come home, I’m unpacking the bags,” said Russell, who turns 25 on Feb. 23. “My kitchen is stocked. My laundry is put up. It’s not just somewhere that I could just grab and go.”
Chris Kirschner: For tonight’s game at Milwaukee: Clint Capela (right hand soreness) is questionable. Trae Young (back spasm) is questionable. Bogdan Bogdanovic (avulsion fracture, right knee) is out. Kris Dunn (right ankle surgery) is out.
The news was broken late last month by the NBA’s preeminent news breaker. “The fan rights of lifelong Lakers fan Tony Finau have been acquired by the Utah Jazz,” ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported in a video he recorded for the golfer, “I’m told for a heavily protected first-round pick and a couple of Titleist balls they dug out of the lake.”