Tracking Last Season’s 10-Day Signees

NBA teams can start signing players to 10-day contracts again two weeks from today. We’ll be keeping tabs on them all with our 10-Day Contract Tracker, which includes data beginning with the 2006/07 season. We also occasionally look at where previous 10-day signees ended up, and much has changed since we made our last check in August.

News regarding one of last season’s 10-day signees surfaced just today, with Jarell Eddie, who signed his 10-day with the Hawks, reportedly set to ink with the Wizards on a non-guaranteed contract. He’s about to join a dozen others currently on NBA rosters among the 48 players who signed 10-day deals last season. Eight of them are still with the teams that signed them to their 10-day pacts, including Lance Thomas of the Knicks, who matched a career high with 24 points against the Magic on Monday.

Here’s a look at all 48 and their current whereabouts:

  • Lou Amundson, Knicks — He re-signed with the Knicks this summer after the expiration of the deal he’d signed for the rest of last season on the heels of his pair of 10-day pacts.
  • Earl Barron, Suns — Barron is a free agent following a training camp stint with the Hawks.
  • Michael Beasley, Heat — Beasley signed with China’s Shandong.
  • Jerrelle Benimon, Jazz — Another China signee, Benimon pulled out of a commitment with the Cavs to join the Foshan Long Lions.
  • Sim Bhullar, Kings — Bhullar is playing with the Raptors D-League affiliate.
  • Jabari Brown, Lakers — Brown is a teammate of Benimon’s on the Foshan Long Lions in China, joining the team after the Lakers let him go at the end of the preseason.
  • Lorenzo Brown, Timberwolves — He lingered with the Wolves until the end of the preseason, then joined the Pistons D-League affiliate.
  • Dwight Buycks, Lakers — Buycks is in China, playing for Fujian.
  • Will Bynum, Wizards — The point guard signed this summer with China’s Guangdong Southern Tigers.
  • Earl Clark, Nets — Clark is with the Suns affiliate in the D-League.
  • Jack Cooley, Jazz — Cooley spent time in the preseason with both the Jazz and the Cavs, joined the Jazz D-League affiliate and most recently jumped to Spain’s Unicaja Malaga.
  • Bryce Cotton, Jazz — He’s with the Suns.
  • Seth Curry, Suns — He’s with the Kings.
  • Andre Dawkins, Celtics — Signed with Italy’s Auxilium CUS Torino.
  • Austin Daye, Hawks — Signed with Italy’s Victoria Libertas Pesaro
  • Toney Douglas, Pelicans — He’s with the Pelicans.
  • Larry Drew IISigned with AS Monaco Basket of France.
  • Jarell Eddie, Hawks — Eddie is reportedly poised to sign with the Wizards.
  • Tim Frazier, Sixers — He’s with the Trail Blazers
  • Langston Galloway, Knicks — He’s still with the Knicks on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • JaMychal Green, Spurs, Grizzlies — He’s still with the Grizzlies on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Jorge Gutierrez, Bucks — He joined the Cavs D-League affiliate after lasting with Milwaukee into the preseason.
  • Jordan Hamilton, Clippers — He’s a free agent after leaving Russia’s Krasny Oktyabr last month.
  • Lester Hudson, Clippers — Rejoined Liaoning of China and signed an extension that runs until 2018.
  • Bernard James, Mavericks — Signed with the Shanghai Sharks of China.
  • Dahntay Jones, Clippers — Jones is playing for the D-League affiliate of the Pistons after having spent preseason with the Nets.
  • Chris Johnson, Bucks, Jazz — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his 10-day deal.
  • Tyler Johnson, Heat — He’s still with the Heat on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Sean Kilpatrick, Timberwolves — Kilpatrick joined the D-League affiliate of the Sixers after a preseason stint with the Pelicans.
  • Ricky Ledo, Knicks — Playing for the Kings D-League affiliate.
  • John Lucas III, Pistons — Lucas is a free agent following a preseason stint with the Heat.
  • Jerel McNeal, Suns —  Signed to play for Aris Thessaloniki of Greece.
  • James Michael McAdoo, Warriors — He’s still with the Warriors on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Toure’ Murry, Wizards — He joined the D-League affiliate of the Mavs after spending preseason with the Wizards, but the Jazz have reportedly thought about signing him.
  • Kenyon Martin, Bucks — The 37-year-old announced his retirement in July.
  • Quincy Miller, Kings, Pistons — Signed to play in Serbia with Red Star Belgrade after spending the preseason with the Nets.
  • Elijah Millsap, Jazz — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • A.J. Price, Suns — Signed in China with the Shanghai Sharks, where he’s a teammate of fellow former NBA 10-day signee Bernard James.
  • Miroslav Raduljica, Timberwolves — Signed with Panathinaikos of Greece on a deal that includes an NBA out.
  • Nate Robinson, Clippers — Robinson is a free agent after the Pelicans waived him early this season.
  • David Stockton, Kings — Joined the D-League affiliate of the Kings after Sacramento let him go in the preseason.
  • Lance Thomas, Knicks — He re-signed with the Knicks this summer after the expiration of the deal he’d signed for the rest of last season on the heels of his pair of 10-day pacts.
  • Tyrus Thomas, Grizzlies — Signed with Eisbären Bremerhaven of Germany.
  • Henry Walker, Heat —Signed with Cedevita Zagreb of Croatia after a would-be deal with the Amerileague fell through.
  • David Wear, Kings — Signed with Fuenlabrada of Spain.
  • Elliot Williams, Jazz, Hornets, Pelicans — Joined the Warriors D-League affiliate after a preseason stint with Hornets.
  • Reggie Williams, Spurs — He’s been a free agent since the Spurs cut him at the end of the preseason.
  • Nate Wolters, Pelicans — Signed with Besiktas of Turkey.
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3 thoughts on “Tracking Last Season’s 10-Day Signees

  1. Cody the baller

    I don’t remember Nate Robinson playing on the Jazz


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    • nsci6322

      That’s cause it was with the clippers not the Jazz if I remember correctly


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    • Chuck Myron

      That’s right, Clippers. We have the right team in there now. Thanks for the catch!


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