The New Orleans Pelicans are signing shooting guard Jordan Crawford for the remainder of the season, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. New Orleans will allow Larry Drew II’s 10-day contract to expire.
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Will Guillory: Larry Drew will be signing his deal with the Pelicans tomorrow, according to a source
Shams Charania: Sources: Pelicans plan to sign guard Larry Drew II of G League Sioux Falls to a 10-day contract.
Jessica Camerato: Larry Drew II got the call about Sixers yest. afternoon. His flight from Sioux Falls to Philly was scheduled to arrive last night. But bc of travel delays he had to fly to PHX w/4-hr layover, then finally get to PHI today at 6:30am. “I’m off 2 hours of sleep right now,” he said.
Keith Pompey: #Sixers sign Larry Drew II to 10-day deal.
At minimum, the opportunity that is limited to a $50,000 camp guarantee, could at least offer additional exposure through the Heat’s six-game preseason schedule. “They haven’t told me anything specifically as far as what they see happening in the immediate future,” Drew said. “So far, what they kind of told me is they wanted me to come down and compete. I’m pretty sure, given our past, our history and my tenure with the Heat and the Skyforce that it kinds of makes things a little bit easier for them. We’re both familiar with each other.
The Miami HEAT announced today that they have signed guard Larry Drew II. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Ira Winderman: Point guard Larry Drew II has rejoined the Heat’s D-League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
Chris Reichert: Larry Drew II has signed a contract with the NBA D-League, per a league source #NBADL The Sioux Falls Skyforce hold his rights.
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June 23, 2018 | 7:10 pm EDT Update
First, you’d have to forgive DeAndre Jordan. Or, more specifically — because if he somehow ends up in a Dallas Mavericks uniform, you, as an MFFL would surely grow to acceptance — first, Mavs management would have to forgive him. [….] Consider it done. The Mavs have, a source tells me, decided to let bygones bygones. And why? Well, they do need a center.
Part of the forgiveness is simply a matter of time healing wounds. In recent days, we’ve already seen one of the grandest “hug it outs” in franchise history as Mavs owner Mark Cuban participated in a make-up session with agent Bill Duffy, an organizational nemesis for a decade-and-a-half, the result of Duffy guiding Steve Nash away from the Mavs and to the Suns. The fact that this time around, Duffy was, sources tell me, a key participant in the NBA Draft night swap that brought his client Luka Doncic to Dallas via a trade with Atlanta, is a miracle of sorts. If the Mavs can reunite with Duffy, they can certainly do so with Jordan — who happens to be repped by agent Jeff Schwartz, who unlike Duffy has always been very Mavs-friendly.
On behalf of his foundation, Emmanuel Mudiay hosted dozens of young basketball players for a camp at the National Basketball Players Association on Saturday in conjunction with Go Hoop Day. He took some time to answer a few questions about the Knicks. Here, he talks about how all the players have a fresh start under new coach David Fizdale: “We’re all kind of starting from scratch. But it’s a positive scratch. It’s big to see that people are actually loving what the front office is doing, loving what the coaching staff is doing. Everybody’s supportive. So that’s a good thing.”
Mudiay was asked if it feels like a ‘new vibe’ under Fizdale. “For sure. It’s like night and day to be honest. You could just see people having confidence in themselves. And Fiz did a great job connecting with the players. Not only him but his coaching staff.” Mudiay plans to spend some time in New York during the rest of the offseason. The NBPA will host camps in New York City with other Knicks, including Tim Hardaway Jr., later this summer.