Ira Winderman: Based on NBA rules, the Heat will have to sign another player Friday, most likely another 10-day contract. Emanuel Terry is eligible for one more such deal from the Heat this season.
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The Miami HEAT announced today that they have signed forward Emanuel Terry to a 10-day contract. As per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Terry, who was originally acquired by Sioux Falls in a trade with the Canton Charge earlier this season on January 5 in exchange for guard Malik Newman, has appeared in nine games (eight starts) with the Skyforce averaging 16.4 points, 9.2 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.33 steals, 1.11 blocks and 30.7 minutes while shooting 58.4 percent from the field. Additionally, he appeared in two NBA games this season after signing a 10-day contract with the Phoenix Suns on January 27, totaling nine points, six rebounds, three steals and an assist in 20 minutes of action while shooting 66.7 percent (4-of-6) from the field and 1-of-2 from the foul line.
Tim Reynolds: Emanuel Terry got a 10-day with the Miami Heat. He thought he was going to play for USA Basketball this weekend in North Carolina. He’ll make $47,000 instead. And yes, he was surprised when USA camp broke and he got told that his plans had changed.
Gina Mizell: Officially official #Suns pic.twitter.com/gQAMUI2g3P
Gina Mizell: The #Suns are signing Emanuel Terry to a 10-day contract, league sources tell The Athletic. My dude @NickKosmider wrote a hell of a story about Terry when he was on the Nuggets’ summer league roster last summer.
Chris Dempsey: The #Nuggets are expected to sign summer league standout DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell to a two-way contract for the upcoming season. They also will add his summer league teammate Emanuel Terry to the training camp roster. With both, the Nuggets have 18 players on the roster into camp.
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May 18, 2019 | 9:05 pm EDT Update
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