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Gerald Bourguet: Suns make the Jonah Bolden signing official. He will wear No. 43
Duane Rankin: Jonah Bolden is available for tonight’s game. #Suns
Shams Charania: The Phoenix Suns are signing former 76ers forward/center Jonah Bolden to a 10-day contract, league sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Derek Bodner: The #sixers are waiving Jonah Bolden and signing Norvel Pelle to an NBA contract, per source. Pelle, 27, made 14 appearances for the Sixers this season under a two-way contract, averaging 2.5 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in 11.6 minutes per game.
Philadelphia 76ers Head Coach Brett Brown announced today that the team has signed forward Jonah Bolden. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “We have been following Jonah Bolden for a while and are very excited to bring him into our program as a young, up-and-coming prospect,” Brown said. “He experienced positive growth and development last season at Maccabi Tel Aviv, a team led by Neven Spahija, who is a friend of our program and an excellent coach. Jonah’s style of play is that of a modern-day player and we’re thrilled to grow our team with him.”
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September 30, 2020 | 2:38 pm EDT Update
Michael Singer: Michael Malone, on @AltitudeSR re. Barton: “You can look at it both ways. … There’s certain things that Will Barton brings to our team that other guys just can’t do. … Also allowed us to take a look at Jerami Grant as our starting SF.” Said Will’s still rehabbing in Miami.
NBA Central: Hassan Whiteside says last night’s tweets were fake and he doesn’t use twitter pic.twitter.com/Sp6M9oZsMX
Justin Kubatko: LeBron James will play in his 50th NBA Finals game tonight. Only six others have reached that mark: 70 – Bill Russell 64 – Sam Jones 56 – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 55 – Jerry West 52 – Tom Heinsohn 50 – Magic Johnson James is the only player above to do so with three different teams.
Noah Levick: Desmond Bane says the Sixers are one of the 26 teams he’s spoken with and that they have “a lot of interest.” He says Elton Brand wasn’t on his interview and that it was led by VP of scouting Vince Rozman.
September 30, 2020 | 2:30 pm EDT Update
The Sacramento Kings won’t renew the contract of Stockton Kings general manager Anthony McClish, league sources told HoopsHype. McClish spent seven seasons with the Kings in various roles, including salary cap management and scouting.