Adams agreed to a contract Monday with Greek club Promitheas Patras on a one-year contract, Christos Harpidis of TotalBasket.gr reports. After being released from his two-way deal with the Bucks earlier this month, Adams has elected to find work overseas rather than waiting for another opportunity to emerge as the NBA level. With a strong showing in Greece over the next couple months, Adams could generate renewed interest from NBA teams in the summer, when he'll be a free agent once again. Prior to getting cut by Milwaukee, Adams appeared in seven games, averaging 0.3 points and 0.4 rebounds in 2.6 minutes.
Adams (COVID-19 protocols) was waived by the Bucks on Wednesday, Eric Nehm of The Athletic reports. The 24-year-old joined the Bucks on a two-way contract contract in November and appeared in seven games during his time with the team. Adams has recently been unavailable due to the league's health and safety protocols, and he's now in search of a new team.
Adams (COVID-19 protocols) won't play Tuesday against the Nuggets. Health and safety protocols continue to keep Adams sidelined, and he hasn't played since Feb. 18. He has just one more chance to take the court before the All-Star break.
Adams (COVID-19 health and safety protocols) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Clippers. Adams will miss his fifth game in a row while he waits to clear the league's health and safety protocols. Jrue Holiday has also been sidelined for more than week while navigating the protocol, but he appears to be closer to returning than Adams after being upgraded to probable for Sunday's game on the Bucks' official injury report.
Adams, who has been sidelined for the Bucks' past two games due to the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols, was arrested Friday and released by Milwaukee police after being cited for disorderly conduct, WISN 12 News Milwaukee reports. According to the report, Adams' citation stemmed from an incident that occurred Thursday, when the 24-year-old was involved in an altercation with an Uber driver. The Bucks released a statement Saturday indicating that they are aware of the incident, but at this time, Adams' status doesn't look as though it will be affected. Once he clears the health and safety protocol, the two-way player should be able to resume his normal role as a depth point guard for the Bucks.
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