James Edwards III: The Pistons have cut Derrick Walton, Cassius Stanley and Jared Cunningham, per sources. G League spots still possible.
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Marc J. Spears: Former NBA guard Jared Cunningham has left the G-League Santa Cruz Warriors to sign with the Shanghai Sharks, sources said. Cunningham once scored 74 points in a game in the Chinese Basketball Association.
Logan Murdock: Warriors officially waive Alfonzo McKinnie along with Jared Cunningham and Nick Zeisloft, who were signed earlier today.
Marc J. Spears: Oakland native and former NBA guard Jared Cunningham is working out for the Warriors tomorrow, a source said.
Marc J. Spears: Former NBA guard Jared Cunningham will be taking part in a free agent workout with the Rockets in Houston this week, a source said. The athletic guard played in Italy Basket Brescia Leonessa last season and last played in the NBA for the Bucks in 2016.
Jiangsu Tongxi signed former NBA guard Jared Cunningham. The player comes from an NBA season spent with Cavaliers and Bucks.
The Bucks’ roster underwent another change on Saturday, as the team chose not to re-sign shooting guard Jared Cunningham. Cunningham was with the Bucks on a 10-day contract that ended on Friday. During his stint in Milwaukee, Cunningham appeared in four games. He averaged 4.0 points while shooting 28.6% from the floor as well as 2.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game.
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed guard Jared Cunningham to a 10-day contract pursuant to the NBA’s hardship exception, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Cunningham, 24, most recently played for the Idaho Stampede of the NBA D-League, where he appeared in three games (all starts) and averaged 17.3 points, 4.7 assists and 3.3 rebounds in 32.0 minutes per game. He began the season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he appeared in 40 games (three starts) and averaged 2.6 points in 8.9 minutes per game before being traded to, and waived by, Orlando on Feb. 18.
Marc Stein: ESPN sources say Jared Cunningham is on the brink of a 10-day call up to the Milwaukee Bucks from the Idaho Stampede in the @nbadleague
Chris Reichert: The Idaho Stampede have acquired Jared Cunningham as a returning player, per a league source #NBADL
Josh Robbins: As expected, the Magic have formally waived Jared Cunningham, the player Orlando received from Cleveland for Channing Frye.
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Floyd Mayweather didn’t deny the possibility of seeking ownership for a potential team in either Las Vegas or Seattle as well as an existing team. “It could be the Vegas franchise. It could be the Seattle franchise or I could be buying a franchise that’s already up and running,” said Mayweather. “So the first offer, we offered them a little over $2 billion for majority ownership. Do I have it? Absolutely, I have it, but it didn’t happen overnight. It didn’t happen overnight. It’s a lot when you have so many different businesses all around the world. It’s a lot.”
Mayweather indicated that he and his business partners continue to pursue the purchase of an NBA team. Mayweather didn’t indicate which franchise was in his sights but indicated that the pursuit has been in the works for an extended period. “I’ve been working on buying a NBA team outright,” said Mayweather. “One of my other business partners, Brent Johnson, he’s here. So we’ve been working on the NBA team for a while now. It’s kinda, it’s rough.”
Daily Loud: Floyd Mayweather is currently trying to purchase an NBA team, he already offered $2 Billion to buy one of the NBA franchises.
Bradley Beal explained why he re-signed with the Washington Wizards during a recent episode of No Chill with Gilbert Arenas. (via No Chill with Gilbert Arenas): “But to have the pieces we have, we have enough to know that we can compete on a nightly basis with no BS. We know that we got a job, everybody’s able to be a star in their role, and we can go do that. On the flip side of it, the business side of it. There were no teams in the market, free agency-wise. I’m just being frank. There was nowhere else for me to go where I can be like, ‘Oh, I can go win.’ It was teams that strategically wasn’t what I wanted. So realistically, I wouldn’t say my hand was forced, but this was my best decision and best option on the table at the time.”
“Not everybody gives you a voice in the organization. I have a voice here. I never had a chance to fully play a year with KP. That enticed me. He’s probably the best big I’ve played with. I like Kuz’s ability to be able to spread his wings a little bit more, develop into the player that we think he can be. I like the young core that we were developing. Rui is really good, had an awesome summer. Deni’s just gonna continue to get better. And then Corey’s a knockdown shooter, who is a Pro’s Pro. We still need to get better. I’m not sitting here saying, ‘We’re gonna hold up the Larry. We’re going to beat Milwaukee tomorrow.’ No.”
Minnesota Timberwolves center Rudy Gobert was ejected in the first half of the Saturday’s 135-128 loss to the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder after he appeared to purposefully trip Kenrich Williams. Gobert contested Williams on a drive to the rim with 9:22 to go in the second quarter, causing Williams to fall to the ground. Gobert tripped over Williams and while down on the court appeared to sweep a leg out in an attempt to trip Williams when the Thunder forward was attempting to get up. A brief scuffle ensued, after which Gobert was assessed a flagrant foul 2 and ejected. Williams received a technical foul. “I trust that they got it right,” Thunder coach Mark Daigneault said of the officials’ ruling.
Jon Krawczynski: Finch: “I think for sure, the frustrations boiled over. It was not the most mature effort by us. We needed a way more mature effort than that. We needed to do the little things better like take care of the ball and make the next rotation on defense. That’s what cost us the game.”