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Bobby Marks: Thomas Bryant has now met the starter criteria in his contract. The Washington center has now started 41 games this season and is eligible to receive a $3M Qualifying Offer in the offseason. The cap hold for Bryant will be adjusted to reflect the Qualifying Offer.
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has claimed Thomas Bryant off of waivers from the Los Angeles Lakers. “Thomas is an intriguing young prospect with size and athleticism who showed he has three-point range during his time in the G League last season,” said Grunfeld. “He will be able to continue his development process as he gains experience and works with our staff.”
Shams Charania: Sources: The Washington Wizards have claimed former Lakers forward Thomas Bryant off waivers.
Shams Charania: The Lakers have released forward Thomas Bryant.
Shams Charania: Sources: Lakers and No. 42 overall pick Thomas Bryant of Indiana have agreed to a guaranteed deal for next season, with ’18-19 team option.
Shams Charania: Lakers want to maintain as much flexibility for pursuit in free agency next year, and found an agreement with Bryant. twitter.com/ShamsCharania/…
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April 25, 2019 | 5:37 am EDT Update
Anthony Puccio: D’Angelo Russell was asked if there’s any link to Phoenix due to @DevinBook : “I’m linked to them because of him? S— I didn’t know that. That’s my brother right there. So even if there’s no link to it or w/e we’re still going to be best friends… It’s bigger than basketball.”
“Nobody’s offered me a starting job, so I perfected the one I have.” Lou Will talks about taking on the 6th man role.
But the LA Clippers, who beat the Warriors 129-121 in Game 5 on Wednesday to extend their first-round series, took exception to being overlooked. “For us, our focus was to come in, extend the series and get another win on the home floor,” Clippers star reserve Lou Williams said after the win at Oracle Arena, which pushed the series to Game 6 on Friday in Los Angeles. “It’s their mistake for looking ahead. So that’s on them.”