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Mark Berman: Guard/forward @Danuel House says he has signed his 2-way contract with the #Rockets: “It’s cool. It’s fine. I’m still excited to be home of course and still excited to be with the team.”
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets are waiving Danuel House, but could bring him back shortly, source said.
Mark Berman: Guard/forward Danuel House on being waived by the #Rockets: “I’m never going to hang my head. I’m pretty sure (the decision) was in the best interests of the team. I think I will still be a part of this team. I’m never surprised. This has been a journey for me.”
Shams Charania: Sources: The Houston Rockets have waived forward Danuel House.
The back-to-back NBA Champion Golden State Warriors have waived forwards Deyonta Davis, Danuel House Jr. along with guards Kendrick Nunn and Tyler Ulis, the team announced today. Davis who was originally signed on October 11, did not appear in a game for the Warriors. House Jr. played in three games (one start), averaging 3.3 points and 2.0 rebounds in 13.9 minutes per game. Nunn saw action off the bench in three games, averaging 2.3 points in 9.6 minutes per game. Ulis appeared in four games (one start), averaging 3.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 10.2 minutes per game.
Shams Charania: The Golden State Warriors are signing forward Danuel House to a one-year deal, league sources tell Yahoo. House played 23 games for the Suns last season.
Danuel House entered the NBA Summer League hoping to make a strong case for a roster spot, and he did just that. The Houston Rockets’ second-year wing made 5 of 11 3-pointers and scored 30 points in Saturday’s 92-87 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Thomas & Mack Center. That raised his scoring average to 16.8 points per game. “I think I have” made a good case, House said. “I’ve been showing improvement. I’m still learning the defensive principles that they also want. So I think I made a pretty huge jump from when I first started to now.”
“I’m a 6-7 two-, three-guard that can also play at the four spot,” House said. “So at 6-7, 230 (pounds), there are not too many guys that can stop you from going downhill.” He hopes he made enough of an impression to stay with Houston. If not, perhaps one of the other 29 teams noticed. “I’m confident that my agent is going to do a great job of putting me in the right situation so that I can prosper,” House said.
Shams Charania: Sources: The Suns plan to sign guard Danuel House of G League’s Rio Grande Valley on a two-way contract.
Mark Berman: From the #Rockets: Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced that the team has waived forwards Daniel House, Jr. and Cam Oliver.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets release Danuel House and Cam Oliver. House was signed Friday to have his G League rights.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets signed forward Danuel House Jr. He was not in camp with any team so they will have the G League rights to him if he is released.
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has signed guard Brandon Jennings. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. In addition, the team waived forward Danuel House.
As the Washington Wizards welcome in new backup point guard Brandon Jennings, the team has decided to waive rookie Danuel House Jr. House, a 23-year-old forward, has experienced a turbulent first year. Although the Wizards signed him as an undrafted free agent and his contract became finalized in January, House appeared in just one game because of an injury and NBA D-League assignments.
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Wizards are waiving rookie Danuel House to clear roster spot to sign Brandon Jennings, league sources tell @The Vertical.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Sources: Danuel House, undrafted out of Texas A & M, agrees to a two-year deal with Wizards. House has played well for Wiz in Summer League.
J. Michael Falgoust: Also, Daniel House will be in training camp with Wizards, league sources tell @CSNMA … Got a partial guarantee #WizardsTalk
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December 12, 2018 | 3:57 am EST Update
The Clippers, it seems, closely watch every Raptors and Warriors game this season. Even though they are having a terrific season of their own — experiencing the rare joy of expectation-free success in the NBA — the Clippers are rather transparently obsessed with chasing Kawhi Leonard and Kevin Durant in free agency next summer.
But even by these modern standards, the Clippers’ pursuit is still a little revolutionary. Raptors officials have noticed a Clippers employee at roughly 75 percent of the team’s games thus far this season. That has included president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank, which is rare. Presidents and general managers are almost never seen attending a game that doesn’t involve their teams.
Tobias Harris, the centerpiece of the Griffin trade, might be headed to his first All-Star Game and has been so valuable that some executives think they should use one of their max slots on him. The reviews for rookie point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who the Clippers semi-hid by promising him they’d draft him in the lottery, and he at least partially shut down workouts, have been excellent.
On Saturday Dinwiddie became eligible for a four-year contract extension worth a maximum of $47.5 million. But despite being the poster child for the Nets’ much-hyped player development (he was a finalist for last season’s NBA Most Improved Player Award), Dinwiddie still does not have an extension. “No news. Nothing to report,” Dinwiddie’s agent, Raymond Brothers, said. “Dec. 8, it came, it’s gone. I don’t have an extension,” said Dinwiddie, 25. “Just let Raymond and [Nets general manager] Sean [Marks] talk about it. I already said what I needed to say.”
One NBA source proclaimed surprise the Nets didn’t offer Dinwiddie an extension, and at least three others suggested he would be worth more in the unrestricted free-agent market next summer, when a number of teams should be flush with cash. So, by all accounts, he is offering the Nets a hometown discount.
Dinwiddie also has been linked with the point guard-needy Suns. Phoenix now reportedly is looking at a three-way deal that would send Trevor Ariza to the Lakers and ship Los Angeles’ Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to a third team in order to get them their guard.