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Adrian Wojnarowski: Lithuanian G/F Deividas Sirvydis has agreed to a three-year contract with the Detroit Pistons, agent Michael Tellem of @CAA Sports and agent Marius Rutkauskas tell ESPN. Sirvydis was selected with the 37th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
James Edwards III: Can confirm what @Adrian Wojnarowski reported about Deividas Sirvydis signing a three-year deal with the #Pistons. The third year isn’t guaranteed, per sources.
Donatas Urbonas: Hapoel Jerusalem officially confirmed Deividas Sirvydis is leaving Israel for a Detroit Pistons training camp, where he is expected to sign an official NBA contract.
Donatas Urbonas: The Detroit Pistons draft pick Deividas Sirvydis is leaving Jerusalem on Tuesday, I was confirmed. 20-year old 2.04m shooter is going back to Lithuania, where he’ll take off to the US in a few days. Players are allowed to officially sign NBA contracts starting on November 22.
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Gerald Bourguet: Monty on Devin Booker’s hamstring: “We’re really not sure. What I’ve been told is it could be day-to-day. Depending on how he feels, it could be another week.”
Kellan Olson: Monty Williams said that last night’s timeout decision at the end of regulation is not on Chris Paul despite Paul taking full ownership of the mistake. Williams said he hates when Paul does that. Not his fault and said it’s difficult for a player to know time right there.
Michael Scotto: Caris LeVert thanked everyone for their support regarding his health, the Brooklyn Nets for his tenure with the organization, and expressed excitement for his new journey with the Indiana Pacers on Instagram.
Omari Sanfoka II: Dwane Casey praises Wayne Ellington’s daily approach in practice, says it’s carrying over to games. “He’s a great example for us. He’s a great leader, great person and a great shooter. He’s also giving it to us on the defensive end.”
Ira Winderman: Steve Nash, pregame, on shorthanded Heat, “This is an organization that just keeps going and going and going. No matter who’s in the lineup, they’re going to play hard, they’re going to play smart. They’re going to ask a lot of questions of your defense.”
Ira Winderman: Spoelstra on playing Dragic as starter at 34 at starter’s minutes, “This is not something I want to continue for months. But we need him to do a little bit more [due to absences]. I’ve still been able to manage his minutes as a starter, just being mindful of that going forward.”