NBA G League Assignments/Recalls: 2/7/20

Here are Friday’s G League assignments and recalls from around the league:

  • The Wizards assigned forward Admiral Schofield to the Capital City Go-Go for a practice and then recalled him and center Anzejs Pasecniks, according to the team’s PR department (Twitter links). Both were available for the team’s home game against Dallas on Friday.
  • The Kings assigned center Eric Mika to their affiliate in Stockton, according to the G League transactions log. The former BYU standout has appeared in just one NBA game this season.
  • The Spurs assigned big man Chimezie Metu and swingman Keldon Johnson to their Austin affiliate, according to G League log. Metu, a second-year power forward, has appeared in 15 games with San Antonio this season while Johnson’s, a first-round pick last June, has appeared in four NBA games.
  • The Celtics assigned rookie guard Carsen Edwards to the Maine Red Claws, according to the G League log. The point guard has played 31 games with Boston this season.
  • The Suns assigned Jalen Lecque to their North Arizona affiliate, according to the G League log. The rookie point man has seen action in three NBA games.
  • The Warriors recalled forward Alen Smailagić from their Santa Cruz affiliate, according to a team press release. The rookie forward has appeared in nine games for Golden State, averaging 4.7 PPG and 2.4 RPG in 10.3 MPG.
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2 thoughts on “NBA G League Assignments/Recalls: 2/7/20

  1. PapiElf

    I have a sad story about Admiral Schofield. He has 4 siblings, one is O’Brien Schofield, who played for the Seattle Seahawks a couple of years ago. He also has one sister and one other brother. Very sadly, the last brother drowned in Lake Michigan in 2007. He has been trying to save two of his friends because they had gotten stuck in rip currents. He helped the two friends back but while he was trying to return, a large wave sucked him under. Unfortunately, his brother (O’Brien) has to tell his parents about this. As someone with a brother, I can’t imagine how difficult it is to be the first person to know that your brother died and tell the parents of that child that their son has died. I just thought it was a very unique and interesting story.

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