Delonte West hasn’t joined the Texas Legends more than two weeks after the NBA Development League team acquired his rights.
Former Dallas Mavericks guard Delonte West was recently acquired by the D-Legaue Texas Legends, the team announced on Friday.
The Dallas Mavericks announced on Monday that they have request waivers and have chosen to cut Delonte West from the team after suspending him twice in the last two weeks.
The Mavericks waived forward Chris Douglas-Roberts and forward/center Melvin Ely on Sunday, leaving them with still one roster move still to make by Monday.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says no decision has been made about Delonte West’s future with the team after the guard was suspended for the second time in two weeks.
Last week, Delonte joined his coach in declining to detail the specifics of the behavioral issue. On Thursday, he seemed to be accusing someone (or projecting that someone) of doing something in violation of that.
The Dallas Mavericks announced on Thursday that they have again indefinitely suspended Delonte West for “conduct detrimental to the team.”
Mavs coach Rick Carlisle and GM Donnie Nelson visited with Delonte West on Tuesday after an angry locker room incident led to West’s suspension. The result? End of suspension.
Dallas Mavericks guard Delonte West has been suspended for “conduct detrimental to the team’’ after a late Monday locker room incident in which the guard “cut it loose,’’ according to a source.
The Dallas Mavericks re-signed free agent guard Delonte West on Thursday. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
According to ESPN Dallas, the Mavericks have agreed to a new deal with Delonte West. According to the report, West will formally sign on Wednesday.
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