March 18, 2016, 8:35 pm
Channing Frye hit 5-of-8 shots (including four threes) for 14 points, one rebound, two assists and one block in 21 minutes against his old Magic squad on Friday.
So we blinked and Frye is on a massive tear from beyond the arc. In his last five games he is averaging 14.2 points with 3.6 treys, 4.0 boards and 1.0 combined steals and blocks in 20.4 mpg. So there is a chance he’s fitting in for the Cavs and it’s noteworthy that Frye played the entire fourth quarter and Kevin Love did not. There are no guarantees he continues in a productive role and he’s not going to hit threes like this, but he’s officially worth a look if you can target a late-round expectation and/or 3-point heavy production.
Paul MillsapPF, Denver Nuggets
Source: The Athletic
Thabo SefoloshaSF, Utah Jazz
Source: Kelly Iko on Twitter
Iman ShumpertSG, Free Agent
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Anthony DavisPF, Los Angeles Lakers
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Michael BeasleyPF, Free Agent
Justin SimonPG, Chicago Bulls
Former St. John’s guard Justin Simon has signed an Exhibit-10 contract with the Bulls.
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Mychal MulderPG, Miami Heat
The Heat have announced the signing of guard Mychal Mulder.
Source: Miami Heat
Vincent PoirierC, Boston Celtics
Nicolas Batum praised the play of Celtics center Vincent Poirier at the FIBA World Cup.
Source: NBC Sports Boston
Zach LaVinePG, Chicago Bulls
Tyler HerroPG, Miami Heat