The Rockets have signed and waived former Connecticut point guard Christian Vital, according to NBA.com’s transactions log. He will likely wind up with the team’s G League affiliate in Rio Grande Valley after clearing waivers.
Vital, 24, signed to play in Germany last year after going undrafted. However, his contract was later terminated and he wound up in the G League bubble with the Memphis Hustle. He was briefly in training camp with the Grizzlies last December, also on a sign-and-waive arrangement.
Vital received first-team honors in the American Athletic Conference as a senior in 2020, averaging 16.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.5 steals per game.
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7 thoughts on “Rockets Sign, Waive Christian Vital”
Well they sure didn’t waive Christian Wood.
Back to mute I guess
Oh well, his loss.
Rockets didn’t think he was a VITAL addition !!
I guess I should admire your persistence if nothing else…
The FBI is looking into the Exum trade for Jordan Clarkson as the biggest steal in NBA. History. I crime somewhere.