Grizzlies Waive Kobi Simmons

The Grizzlies have waived Kobi Simmons, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports (Twitter link). Simmons had been on a two-way contract with Memphis.

Simmons played in 32 games for the Grizzlies last season, averaging 6.1 points, 1.6 rebounds, and 2.1 assists in 20.1 minutes of action per contest. He also spent time in the G League, playing for the Memphis Hustle where he saw 30.9 minutes per game during his 26 appearances.

Simmons went undrafted during the 2017 draft after playing just one season at the University of Arizona. He inked a two-way deal with Memphis last summer.

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5 thoughts on “Grizzlies Waive Kobi Simmons

  1. kenneth cole

    Perfect example of a kid who needed to stay at least two years in college.

    • Michael Chaney

      Bingo. It didn’t help that they changed the rule about undrafted players going back to college right after he left either.

      • kenneth cole

        Nah. He had loads of potential! He’s more of a scoring two guard but the grizz wanted him to run as a playmaker

    • formerlyz

      I think he is a lot better than he looked like he was going to be in college, and has a better chance of being a rotation player

      • bravesfan88

        Would love for the Bulls to pick him up, and most likely cut a guy like Arciadono…

        Simmons could be a future solid combo guard, and definitely has some potential to be a spark plug off the bench..

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