JD Shaw: The Milwaukee Bucks have signed forward Jemerrio Jones, who was waived by Washington earlier in the week.
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Bobby Marks: The Jemerrio Jones contract in Milwaukee contains an Exhibit 10. The intention is that Jones (once he is waived) will spend the first few months (unless signed by a team) in the G-league playing for the Wisconsin Herd.
Chris Miller: #Wizards have waived Justin Anderson, Jemerrio Jones and Phil Booth. Booth will move to the @CapitalCityGoGo. Fred Katz first reported #RepTheDistrict
The Los Angeles Lakers have signed forward Jemerrio Jones, it was announced today.
Shams Charania: The Los Angeles Lakers will sign G League forward Jemerrio Jones to a two-year deal, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. Lakers use final roster spot on Jones to close season, with team option in 2019-20.
Ira Winderman: The Heat have brought undrafted New Mexico State forward Jemerrio Jones in for a workout. Heat generally lines up players early as part of machinations for affiliate moves to G League team.
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Anthony Slater: Steve Kerr said Klay Thompson “basically did everything in practice today” since they didn’t scrimmage or do much contact. “Klay looked great. Shooting the lights out.”
Nick Friedell: Kerr says Draymond (excused absence) was not at Tuesday’s first practice. Kerr said he liked the “vibe” around the team — especially the fact that Klay is participating in non-contact drills and is in very good spirits as his rehab continues.
Gerald Bourguet: Cam Payne: “It feels like we’ve been in season for 3 years straight.” Reporter: “Was the break too shor-” Payne, immediately: “Yeah. It’s cool though. I was cool with the short break, ’cause we made it that far.”
Buying and selling six-figure JPEGs is a weird phenomenon but in the end doesn’t do a ton to convince the average internet user that NFTs are worth caring about though. Eternal wants to turn trading internet history into a game, but it’s focused on a very particular slice of the web — popular clips from game streamers. In a user interface that functions and feels very similar to NBA Top Shot, users can buy packs of serialized clips from Eternal’s network of game streamers they’ve partnered with.
The startup is building up a pretty wide roster of crypto investment firms and personalities as its backers including Mark Cuban, Coinbase Ventures, Gary Vaynerchuk, Dapper Labs and Arrington Capital, who have invested $4.5 million in the startup in its latest funding round. The team was previously backed by Y Combinator.