Where Camp Invitees Are Now: Eastern Conference

The Knicks don’t have a reputation as a forward-thinking franchise, but the fate of the five players they waived at the end of the preseason puts them at the cutting edge of a leaguewide trend. All five of them are playing for the team’s D-League affiliate, the Westchester Knicks. New York and Toronto, which released four players last month, are the only teams in the NBA to place all of their camp cuts on their own D-League squads, even as many more such players choose the D-League over playing international ball.

A few of the players waived from NBA camps this year were lucky enough to end up on other NBA teams, and the Pelicans have two — Toney Douglas, cut from the Pacers, and Wizards refugee Ish Smith. The Wizards are one of 11 teams without a D-League affiliate this year, and their other camp invitees are scattered between the affiliates of other NBA teams and free agency. All five of the players the Bucks cut in camp have yet to sign since, and it’s no surprise that Milwaukee is another one of those 11 teams without a D-League affiliate.

Just as we did Tuesday with the Western Conference, we’ve listed each player cut during the preseason from an Eastern Conference team below, along with his current whereabouts:
















Note: Ryan Boatright and Terran Petteway are each listed twice, since the Pistons and Nets both had Boatright on their preseason rosters this year, and Petteway went through the hands of both the Hawks and the Pacers.

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