And-Ones: Cotton, Thomas, Mavericks

The Hawks currently have 17 players on their roster, which is three below the preseason maximum, and Atlanta is likely to add to that total prior to the start of training camp, Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal Constitution writes. The team

Here’s more from around the league:

  • Former NBA player Adonis Thomas has signed with agent Jim Tanner and Tandem Sports, Liz Mullen of The Sports Business Journal tweets. Thomas last appeared in the NBA during the 2013/14 campaign when he briefly played for both the Sixers and the Magic.
  • Available roster spots are becoming scarce around the league, Eric Pincus of Basketball Insiders notes in his rundown of where each team currently stands as far as roster counts go.
  • The Mavs‘ roster looks markedly different from a season ago and team executive Donnie Nelson believes the changes made are for the better, Earl K. Sneed of writes. “You know, we’re excited. I think we’re better than we were last year,” Nelson explained. “We also have some really nice young pieces, and I think at the start of training camp we’ll have some really solid veteran leadership in the starting positions laced with guys in their mid-20s. So, it’s a really nice complement of Mavericks that have carried that baton for years and a young complement of Maverick young guns that will be positioning themselves for roster minutes.”
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2 thoughts on “And-Ones: Cotton, Thomas, Mavericks

  1. RockHard

    Who exactly are these Mavericks young guns? Anderson and the rookie center from Perdue don’t inspire much confidence…Hammond I believe is his name

    • cbf82

      Harrison Barnes and Justin Anderson are the only two that come to mind ( and they pretty much play the same position btw ). I guess you could throw Dwight Powell in there but once you start talking about Mejri and Hammonds, I think theyre reaching.

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