Tyler Ulis

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  • Tyler Ulis
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings have waived Tyler Ulis and Hollis Thompson.

    Ulis has been injured during training camp, but had little chance of making the roster with Cory Jospeh and Yogi Ferrell in front of him. Other teams may want to see him healthy before taking a shot on him. Thompson should garner some interest around the league fairly quickly.

    Source: Jason Jones on Twitter

  • Hollis Thompson
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    Hollis Thompson will miss Wednesday's game against the Suns due to right hip bursitis.

    Tyler Lydon (right hip inflammation) and Tyler Ulis (right groin strain) will also be held out. None of them are recommended fantasy options at this point.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • De'Aaron Fox
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    De'Aaron Fox (sore lower back) is expected to sit out of Wednesday's preseason game.

    Fox is looking to get ready for the regular-season opener. With Cory Joseph yet to return, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Yogi Ferrell, and Tyler Ulis will get the lions' share of PG minutes against the Suns.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings are listing Tyler Ulis (right groin strain) as out for Monday's preseason game.

    As the fifth point guard on the depth chart, Ulis has almost no chance of making the final roster. His absence won't change anything for fantasy purposes.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Tyler Ulis
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    Tyler Ulis (groin) will not play in Thursday's preseason game against the Suns.

    Ulis is not guaranteed to make the roster and should not be considered in redraft leagues. Hopefully, he can get healthy so that he can prove that he belongs on the final roster. Expect to see a lot of Yogi Ferrell and Kyle Guy in Thursday's game.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    Tyler Ulis (groin) did not practice on Tuesday.

    Ulis is competing for the third-string point guard role with Yogi Ferrell. There isn't much fantasy value to be found here.

    Source: Jason Jones on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    Updating a previous report, the Kings signed Tyler Ulis to a partially-guaranteed one-year, $1.67 million contract.

    Ulis will look to latch on as the third-string point guard. He has a good chance to stick with the team if he can prove his health in camp and the preseason. While he is off the fantasy radar, he could make for a quality real-life signing.

    Source: Sean Cunningham on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings signed G Tyler Ulis to a contract on Tuesday.

    The former Michigan product, Ulis, appeared in an NBA game for only one minute last season. The contract details aren't known at this time, but he'll likely be spending his time in the G-League.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    G, Chicago Bulls

    Tyler Ulis (hip surgery) was waiver to make room for Brandon Sampson.

    It went under-reported than Ulis had a left hip arthroscopy which is likely why the Bulls chose to let him go. After Ulis is healthy enough o begin basketball activities we wouldn't be surprised to see him sign with another team.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Twitter

  • Brandon Sampson
    G, Chicago Bulls

    The Athletics’ Shams Charania clarified that the Bulls signed Brandon Sampson to a two-way deal, not JaKarr Sampson.

    Charania also reported that the Bulls would be waiving Tyler Ulis to clear roster space. Neither Sampson nor Ulis should be on anyone’s fantasy radar.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    G, Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls have claimed Tyler Ulis off waivers and will sign him to a two-way contract.

    The Warriors just let Ulis go, and it's not surprising to see him get scooped up quickly given his NBA track record. He had some solid stretches with the Suns in a nightmare of a developmental environment and is a fine third point guard.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    G, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors have waived Tyler Ulis, Kendrick Nunn, Danuel House Jr. and Deyonta Davis.

    All of these guys were likely to be cut with the Warriors depth (though they did sign Alfonzo McKinnie so go figure). Ulis will have the easiest time trying to sign elsewhere but there’s a good chance all of these players will spends some time in the G-League or overseas this season.

    Source: Warriors PR on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Tyler Ulis and Marcus Derrickson will join Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Damion Jones in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Kings.

    Ulis and Derrickson are both training camp invitees so coach Kerr is letting them get some run with the starters to see what they can do. In the unlikely event that they both make the team they still won't be factors in fantasy.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    G, Golden State Warriors

    The Golden State Warriors have signed Tyler Ulis to an Exhibit 10 deal according to Anthony Slater at The Althletic.

    ESPN’s Marc J. Spears also reported that Ulis chose the Warriors over the Rockets and the Kings. Ulis will get to join the team for training camp and the Exhibit 10 deal offers a little more protection from the Warriors’ end, but it’s hard to see how Ulis will fit in their plans. If he sticks, he won’t have any fantasy value barring an injury, and if he ends up getting waived we’ll have to see if he signs with the Dubbs’ G-League squad or pursues other opportunities.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Tyler Ulis
    G, Phoenix Suns

    Free agent Tyler Ulis would reportedly like to play for the Cavs.

    There appears to be interest from the Cleveland side of things as well, as they just had him in for a workout. Ulis was surprisingly waived by the Suns, who cast him aside last year after he put together a solid 2016-17 campaign. He might have to settle for a camp invite at this point but any team with a need at point guard should be considering taking a look.

    Source: Amico Hoops