Western notes: Wiseman, Lundberg, Dorsey, Bronson, Absurd

4th of July 2022 at 5:28 PM CST by Dana Gourodere

the Warriors Center James Wiseman Still on track to play in the Summer League in Las Vegas, The Athletic’s Anthony Slater Tweets. He played 5-on-5 full contact on Sunday for the first time since he had setback In rehabilitating his right knee late in the regular season. He missed the No. 2 pick for the 2020 draft for the entirety of last season.

We have more Western Conference:

  • Gabriel Lundberg not on suns Summer League roster and could be on the move, Duane Rankin of Arizona Republic Tweets. Lundberg, from Occurred Rankin hears that a two-way contract with Phoenix in March and appearing in four regular season games, has a potential overseas deal. Lundberg left CSKA Moscow after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
  • Tyler Dorsey He had a special workout with Mavericks Sunday, Kristen Beck of Yahoo Sports Tweets. Dorsey made 104 regular season appearances with Atlanta and Memphis from 2017 to 2019. He played for Olympiacos (Greece) last season and was the team’s second-best scorer.
  • Will nicks Punishment for tampering after obtaining a pledge from Mavericks Free agent guard Galen Bronson? Fred Katz and Tim Cato from Athletic Addressing the topic, Katz heard there was an expectation around the league that the Knicks would be charged with rigging, unless they sign and trade with Dallas. Katz notes that New York began dumping salary on enlistment night and continued to do so amid reports prior to the start of the free agency that Bronson was going to the Knicks.
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