As Strus is now cleared to resume basketball activities, he will get that chance again to make an NBA roster. Currently, there’s no start date confirmed for the 2020-21 NBA season, but the expectation is it begins some time in January. But Strus is continuing to stay ready for whatever his next opportunity will be. “I have worked my ass off to get here,” Strus said. “I’m ready for my next opportunity, I don’t know what this is going to be. Right now it’s a waiting game to see what next season is going to be like, and what opportunities I will have.”
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The Boston Celtics announced they waived Yante Maren, Kaiser Gates and Max Strus on Saturday — opening the door to sign guard Javonte Green to the final spot on the roster.
Chris Grenham: Max Strus has been waived by the Celtics, per the team. Javonte Green has won the final spot.
Bobby Marks: Boston makes it official and has waived guard Max Strus. The Celtics will have a $415K cap hit and Strus is ineligible to play for their G-League team in Maine. The roster is now at 14 guaranteed, 1 partial (Javonte Green) and 2 Two-Way players.
Mark Murphy: Source added that Max Strus, who signed 2-year partially guaranteed deal, is in serious consideration for 15th spot. He could also be cut.
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Adrian Wojnarowski: Sources: Boston and Charlotte have worked on a sign-and-trade for Gordon Hayward that would land Celtics a trade exception, but Hornets have first been trying to find a third team for Nic Batum’s $27M contract to see if there’s a way to avoid waiving-and-stretching his money.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard Damyean (DAME-ee-an) Dotson to a multi-year contract, Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. Dotson (6-5, 205) appeared in 48 games for the New York Knicks last season, averaging 6.7 points and 1.9 rebounds in 17.4 minutes. He also shot .362 from three-point range and reached double figure scoring on 13 occasions, including a season-high 21 points (7-10 FG, 4-7 3FG) against Toronto on January 24th. In his first three NBA seasons, all with the Knicks, Dotson appeared in 165 games (42 starts) with career averages of 7.8 points and 2.6 rebounds in 20.1 minutes.