Garrison Mathews remains in Washington; Small signings in Milwaukee, Phoenix and Charlotte


Garrison Mathews, which we discovered in December last year, has decided to accept his qualifying offer and will therefore remain with the Wizards in two-way contract ($ 50,000 guaranteed) for next season, indicates Yahoo Sports. At 24, the 1.96m full-back who appeared in 18 games (5.4 points in 12 minutes average) netted 41.3% of his 3-point attempts last season.

In addition, the Wizards invited the rear for the training camp Caleb Homesley. He leaves Liberty where he was running at 15.3 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.4 assists. It is quite possible that he will end up in the G-League.

A two-way contract also but on the Milwaukee side for Mamadi Diakite (23 years old, 2.06 m), also announced by Yahoo Sports. Not drafted on Wednesday, the outgoing Virginia winger was turning 13.7 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.3 against per game in 2019-20. With him the Bucks now hold their two two-way (Jaylen Adams is the other player of the two-way team).

Phoenix also signed a two-way contract player, the rear rookie Ty-Shon Alexander, out of Creighton, where he was running at 16.9 points, 5 rebounds and 2.3 assists. Excellent shooter and very good defender.

Finally a small signature at the Hornets with the one for the training camp (not guaranteed, Exhibit 10) of Javin DeLaurier. Position 4 comes out of 4 years at Duke, where he played relatively little (3.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in 13.2 minutes on average in 2019-20).

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