C.J. Miles – Miles is probably a long shot to get back in at this point, but with teams scouring their databases for wings who can shoot, his name will definitely come up. Washington waived Miles after he suffered a season-ending wrist injury 10 games into the season, but the 33-year-old was getting some run and hadn’t been terrible prior to the injury.
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Candace Buckner: In official team release on CJ Miles being waived, #Wizards general manager Tommy Sheppard said: “He is a consummate professional who provided a great example for our younger players despite having his season cut short by an unfortunate injury.”
Chris Miller: Can confirm #Wizards have waived CJ Miles who underwent wrist surgery in November. Team will convert Anzejs Pasecniks to a standard NBA deal with two way deadline set for Jan. 15th. @Candace Buckner first to report. #RepTheDistrict
Candace Buckner: The #Wizards are waiving CJ Miles to make roster space for center Anzejs Pasecniks, The Post has learned. Pasecniks, the 7-1 center, will have his two-way contract converted to a standard NBA contract. The team is also bringing back Johnathan Williams on a two-way
Bobby Marks: Washington will still retain the $4.4M Disabled Player Exception that was rewarded when CJ Miles was lost for the season. The DPE does not get eliminated even with Miles now being waived.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Memphis G CJ Miles has opted into his $8.7M for the 2019-20 season, league sources tell ESPN.
The Toronto Raptors announced Tuesday they have signed guard-forward C.J. Miles to a multi-year contract. Per team policy, financial details were not disclosed. “C.J. is an exceptional shooter and adds versatility to our perimeter game,” said Raptors President and General Manager Masai Ujiri. “We are excited to add a player with experience level to our core group.”
Eric Koreen: Masai Ujiri and C.J. Miles will speak to the media tomorrow at 3:15.
Darren Wolfson: The Nets have CJ Miles on their radar once Washington matches the Porter offer sheet. #Twolves
Scott Agness: C.J. Miles returning to the Pacers remains a possibility.
Darren Wolfson: Hear one scenario Indiana is open to: taking on Aldrich + the 2018 OKC pick in a sign-&-trade for Miles. #Twolves can still be creative.
Tim MacMahon: JJ Redick’s decision will be a domino that clarifies the market for C.J. Miles. According to a source, Miles is a Plan B for multiple teams who have made Redick a priority. Miles, a versatile defender who averaged 10.8 points and shot 41.3 percent from 3-point range for the Pacers last season, has positioned himself to receive a significant raise.
Darren Wolfson: #Twolves have inquired on C.J. Miles. But sense is he’s in the Plan C or D category. Would have to miss on Redick or a PF to proceed on.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets have call planned to C.J.. Miles, per source. Expect flurry of similar calls.
Bobby Marks: Indiana had a $4m team option on Lavoy Allen that was declined. Pacers could have $27-30m in room but at the cost of J. Teague and C. Miles.
And the Pistons are interested in the 6-foot-6 shooting guard. A person with firsthand knowledge of the Pistons’ off-season plans told the Free Press this morning Miles “would be on our list.”
Scott Agness: Pacers wing C.J. Miles will not exercise his player option worth $4.8M and will enter free agency, per source. (@Chris Haynes first)
Indiana Pacers swingman C.J. Miles will decline his player option for the 2017-18 season and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, league sources tell ESPN. Miles, 30, is forgoing a salary of approximately $4.8 million in hopes of securing an extended, lucrative deal this offseason.
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Shams Charania: Trail Blazers star CJ McCollum has a fractured left foot and will miss an extended period of time, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium .
Guard Victor Oladipo exuded optimism about the Houston Rockets after his franchise debut, presenting quite a contrast to James Harden’s final comments as a member of the franchise. “I know that better days are ahead for the Houston Rockets, and I’m looking forward to being a part of those special days,” Oladipo said after his 32-point, nine-assist performance in a 125-120 road loss to the Chicago Bulls on Monday night.
Alykhan Bijani: Victor Oladipo on Stephen Silas: “He just has a great personality and spirit to him. I’m looking forward to playing for him. We can do something very special here, we just gotta continue to buy into it. The sky is the limit if we continue to do that.” #Rockets
JB Bickerstaff: Cavaliers coach J.B. Bickerstaff said Kevin Porter Jr. wasn’t at practice today and added, “We all want to see Kevin be successful, and I still feel that way. Whatever it is that happens in the future for him, I hope nothing but the best for him.”
“In all honesty, I would say I would do it, I’m not going to lie,” Allen said. “If you look at what happened with the Lakers, they did the same thing. They went and got their ring. If I take myself out of it, I would’ve loved to stay in Brooklyn, but I understand that in an opportunity like that, you have to go do it.”