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Andrew Lopez: The Pelicans have signed forward Wenyen Gabriel and guard Sindarius Thornwell, source tells ESPN. Both on vet minimum deals. Gabriel on a two-year deal with a team option on second year. Thornwell sticks around after spending bubble with Pels.
The Sacramento Kings made a series of moves today, according to General Manager Vlade Divac, as Sacramento exercised the Standard NBA Contract Conversion Option on forward Wenyen Gabriel and claimed guard/forward DaQuan Jeffries off waivers. Sacramento then exercised the two-way player conversion option on Jeffries and waived forward Tyler Lydon.
James Ham: According to a league source, DaQuan Jeffries is joining the Kings as a two-way player. Wenyen Gabriel is being converted to a regular NBA contract and added to the roster. Tyler Lydon is being waived.
Sean Cunningham: Able to confirm @David Aldridge report about Kings planning to sign former Kentucky product Wenyen Gabriel to a two-way contract after his successful stint with Sacramento in Summer League.
David Aldridge: Kings on the verge of signing @Wenyen Gabriel to a two-way contract, per source. Undrafted after two years at Kentucky, but did some solid work for Sac in Summer League play.
Sean Cunningham: Kentucky’s Wenyen Gabriel will be part of the Sacramento Kings summer league roster, according to sources. Beyond that remains to be seen.
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June 21, 2021 | 12:24 am EDT Update
Joel Embiid: PHILLY I LOVE YOU Sorry to disappoint you again Just know that I gave everything I had knowing the circumstances. If there’s one thing I’ve learned being here, it’s the TOUGHNESS this city has and that’s why I played with a torn meniscus. THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT ALL YEAR LONG!! pic.twitter.com/CsR47xOJDZ
Derek Bodner: Embiid, on whether losing in the playoffs has taken a toll on him: “I want to win. I do everything it takes to win. Losing is obviously gonna take a toll on me, and it does, and it’s doing it. But it’s also on me. I gotta be better.”
Chris Vivlamore: Embiid: “There is a lot of stuff that went wrong whether they can foul me all they want, whether it’s the whole officiating tonight. You got guys fouling, putting their hands up. Me going for a dunk and they don’t call anything. …