Josh Lewenberg: The Raptors have signed Malcolm Miller to a standard NBA contract, instead of a 10-day. He and Boucher signed multi-year deals with partial guarantees for 2019-20. They bring the roster to 12. Toronto can now sign players to 10-day deals.
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Blake Murphy: Some news: because of a CBA wrinkle regarding 10-day signings, Malcolm Miller’s deal has not been made official and, as of right now, he won’t be available tonight (as things currently stand).
Blake Murphy: An explanation: The Gasol trade, once processed, will drop the Raptors roster to 10, below the league requirement. The NBA might offer a grace period getting back to 11/12 players, but the CBA does not allow 10-days to be signed unless a team already has 12 full-season contracts.
Shams Charania: Sources: The Toronto Raptors plan to sign forward Malcolm Miller of G League affiliate 905 to a 10-day contract.
Michael Grange: With plans to sign Malcolm Miller to a 10-day, expectation is the Raptors won’t sprint into the buyout market. A back-up big and/or PG on a 10-day would make sense but don’t be surprised if Raptors wait until more talent shakes free before jumping in more substantively.
Blake Murphy: The Raptors have waived Malcolm Miller, completing this fun procedural loop. He’ll head to Raptors 905 from here.
Blake Murphy: The Raptors are expected to sign Malcolm Miller to an Exhibit 10 deal pending a physical, per a source. Idea is to sign Miller, waive him, and allow him to rehab from a torn labrum with Raptors 905. He’ll get a bonus and stay in the org that way. Tracking to return by January.
Blake Murphy: The Raptors have withdrawn their qualifying offer to Malcolm Miller. Miller dislocated his shoulder this week and could have guaranteed himself $50K on a 2-way by signing it.
Doug Smith: Raptors have 1st player on 2-way deal. Malcolm Miller, 6-7 SF with Alba Berlin last year, D-League (Maine) and Celtics summer league before
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Brian Lewis: Dudley re: #Nets edge: “You can live in the city, live in Brooklyn, the practice facility is right here. It’s a Top 3 best practice facility. So yes, the word is out. People know about it. People know how good Kenny & Sean Marks are and what they’ve done to develop this culture.”
On Tuesday evening, the NBA announced the list of early entrants into the 2019 NBA Draft with six LSU Tigers testing out their professional options. On the list was junior guard Marlon Taylor, who told Geaux247 on Wednesday that he was exploring his professional opportunities while entering his name in the NBA Draft.
Johnny Neumann, a prolific scorer at Overton High School in Memphis in the late-1960s who later led the nation in scoring at Ole Miss, died Tuesday in Oxford, Mississippi, after a battle with cancer. He was 68 years old.
At Ole Miss, Neumann led the nation in scoring his sophomore year with a 40.1 average. He left after that season to sign with the Memphis franchise in the American Basketball Association. He had multiple stops in the ABA, from Memphis to the Utah Stars to the Virginia Squires. He later played 83 games in the NBA before a short career in Europe.