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The Milwaukee Bucks waived forward Mamadi Diakite. Diakite's contract was partially guaranteed for $100,000. That amount will go on the Bucks cap sheet, unless Diakite is claimed off waivers.Diakite started his rookie season with Milwaukee on a Two-Way contract. His deal was converted to a standard contract in late-April.In 14 NBA appearances (one start), Diakite averaged 3.1 points and 2.4 rebounds in 10.1 minutes per game. In the G League Bubble, Diakite averaged 18.5 points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game for the Lakeland Magic. The Bucks did not field a G League team during the 2020-21 season.The Bucks also signed Javin DeLaurier to a training camp contract. DeLaurier went undrafted out of Duke at the 2020 NBA Draft. He then attended training camp with the Charlotte Hornets before playing for the Greensboro Swarm in the G League Bubble. DeLaurier also spent part of the 2020-21 season playing professionally in Canada for the Niagara River Lions.
The Milwaukee Bucks have named Lisa Byington as the team's new television play-by-play announcer on Bally Sports Wisconsin.Byington will become the the first woman to handle full-time TV play-by-play duties for a major men's professional sports team.Byington replaces longtime Bucks announcer Jim Paschke.Byington, who previously did play-by-play for the Women's World Cup on Fox in 2019, became the first woman to call NCAA men's basketball tournament games in March as part of the CBS/Turner Sports coverage.
Bucks make Lisa Byington first female full-time television play-by-play announcer for major pro sports team
Lisa Byington is making history as the Milwaukee Bucks' new play-by-play voice on their television broadcasts.
Rui Hachimura is out indefinitely with an excused absence as the Washington Wizards begin training camp on Tuesday.Hachimura will miss time due to an undisclosed personal reason. Hachimura is set to begin his second NBA season.
"We’ll just let his body and the doctors tell us when it’s the right time."
Scottsdale police rushed Jordan, 32, to a hospital after he suffered a head injury, and that's when he allegedly struck a worker