Richardson agreed to a contract Saturday with Israeli club Hapoel Holon, Lior Hai of Eurobasket.com reports.
The 23-year-old was unable to garner interest from NBA teams after competing for the Warriors in the Las Vegas Summer League, so he'll head overseas in an attempt to revive his stalling career. A first-round selection out of Syracuse in 2016, Richardson logged 70 regular-season appearances between the Kings and Raptors across three years in the NBA, averaging 2.8 points in 8.9 minutes on 35.8 percent shooting from the field and 30.1 percent shooting from three-point range.
Richardson has yet to play for the Charge since being acquired by the G League team last week, Adam Johnson of 2Ways10Days.com reports.
It'll be interesting to see if the Charge incorporate their new guard Friday given the team only has two games remaining on their schedule. Richardson averaged 20.8 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.6 assists with Raptors 905 in 12 games this season.
Richardson (knee) was waived by the 76ers on Thursday, Derek Bodner of The Athletic reports.
To make room for the acquisition of James Ennis from Houston, the 76ers will let Richardson go. He's appeared in 22 games this season, averaging 1.4 points across 4.7 minutes. It's possible he lands on a rebuilding team or finds significant run in the G League.
Richardson (knee) was traded to the Sixers on Wednesday in exchange for cash considerations, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The Sixers also nabbed a 2022 second-round pick and the draft rights to Emir Preldzic in the deal, which was essentially a small salary dump for the Raptors. At this point, it's unclear if the Sixers intend to keep Richardson or waive him in the near future.
Richardson (knee) is listed as out for Tuesday's game against the 76ers.
Richardson has made three total appearances for the Raptors since the calendar flipped to 2019. The sore right knee has prevented Richardson from dressing in a few of those contests, but his status as a non-rotation player has also been at the root of a good chunk of those absences. He'll likely be destined for the G League's Raptors 905 once cleared to play again.
Richardson (knee) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Clippers.
Richardson has been nursing a sore right knee for about a week, which has kept him out of action for both the Raptors and their G League affiliate, Raptors 905. At least for the parent club, Richardson won't be a member of the rotation when he returns to full strength.
Richardson (knee) won't be available for the G League Raptors 905's game against the Capital City Go-Go on Wednesday.
Richardson will miss his second 905 game in a row due to the knee injury. Malcolm Miller, who put up 15 points, four rebounds, three assists and two blocks in 28 minutes in the 905's 106-91 win over the Westchester Knicks on Monday, should again fill Richardson's spot in the starting five.
Richardson (knee) will not play Monday against Westchester.
Richardson is dealing with a knee injury and will join Jordan Howard (groin) on Monday's inactive list. The former Syracuse standout has been back and forth from the Raptors to the 905 for much of the season, but he hasn't seen any meaningful run at the NBA level.
Richardson was assigned to the Raptors 905 for Thursday's game against the Swarm, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Given that the Raptors are potentially very light on depth for Thursday's game with C.J. Miles (hip) questionable and Kawhi Leonard (rest) and OG Anunoby (personal) out, an opportunity for Richardson to get some quality minutes with Toronto may have been open, but he will remain on assignment for Thursday's G League contest.
Richardson has been recalled from the G League and is available for Friday's contest against the Nets, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Richardson has seen solid minutes with the Raptors this season, totaling 95 across 19 games. In that time, he's recorded 27 points, 13 rebounds and one steal.
Richardson scored 29 points (11-21 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 3-4 FT) to go along with eight rebounds, five assists and two steals in the loss Friday to Westchester.
Richardson and backcourt mate Jordan Loyd combined to score 63 points, but it wasn't enough to offset a balanced scoring attack from Westchester. Through five games with Raptors 905, the guard is averaging 24.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.6 steals, but he's attempting a whopping 18.4 field goals per game.
Richardson delivered 30 points (9-22 FG, 7-16 3Pt, 5-6 FT), six rebounds, three assists and one steal across 39 minutes in Saturday's 102-89 home loss to the Red Claws.
Yes, Richardson attempted 16 three pointers in his fourth G League game of the season, which not surprisingly was a season high. That said, Richardson attempted 15 bombs versus Erie back in early November. The 6'6" guard has played 19 games with the parent club Raptors, averaging 1.4 points and five minutes per contest. It is unclear when Richardson might return to the Raptors.
Richardson was sent down to the G League on Sunday, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Richardson had been a fringe-rotation player earlier in the season, but his playing time with the Raptors has dwindled of late, and he hasn't seen more than three minutes in a game since Nov. 17.
Richardson was recalled from the G-League on Saturday and is available against the Knicks, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Richardson has seen spotty run with the Raptors. In seven appearances, he's played 35 minutes and totaled seven points and four rebounds.
Richardson was assigned to the Raptors 905 of the G League on Friday.
Richardson has played a very limited role with the Raptors this season and recently had his fourth-year option declined. He should have the opportunity to get some extended run with the 905 in the team's game against the Long Island Nets on Friday night.
Richardson had his third-year option declined Wednesday, Sam Amico of AmicoHoops.net reports.
Richardson, the 22nd pick of the 2016 draft, has struggled in his career thus far with the Kings and Raptors. He is managing just 1.4 in five minutes per game this year, and will become and unrestricted free agent this upcoming summer.
Richardson tallied 21 points (8-15 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 26 minutes during Thursday's 134-119 preseason victory over the Pelicans.
Richardson had his best game of the preseason, finishing with 21 points in 26 minutes. The Raptors were resting a number of stars which afforded the bench guys with an opportunity to flash their wares. Against what was basically a full-strength Pelicans team, the Raptors bench once again demonstrated why they are one of the most feared benches in the league. Richardson has a lot of competition for minutes and has basically no real fantasy value.
Richardson finished with 14 points (5-15 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 1-4 FT), three rebounds and one assist across 35 minutes during the Raptors' 82-68 loss to the Cavaliers in a Las Vegas Summer League quarterfinal-round contest Sunday.
Richardson co-led the starting five in scoring with Alfonzo McKinnie while churning out his second 14-point effort in as many days. The 22-year-old seemingly made an airtight case for a training camp invite with his play in Las Vegas, as he was one of the Raptors' most reliable sources of offense during six summer league games.
Richardson posted 14 points (5-12 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, two assists and one steal across 35 minutes during the Raptors' 87-84 overtime victory over the Hornets in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Saturday.
The 2016 first-round pick is trying to jump-start a career that's been mostly stuck in neutral over its first two seasons, campaigns in which Richardson has logged a combined 48 games of action with the Kings and Raptors. The 22-year-old has averaged 12.6 points (on 44.0 percent shooting), 1.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists across 26.0 minutes over five summer league games, seemingly making a case for a training camp invite that would allow him to continue making a case for a rotational wing role during the coming campaign.
Richardson had 17 points (5-12 FG, 4-10 3PT, 3-4 FT) and three rebounds in Monday's summer league loss to the Thunder.
Richardson has struggled to find his footing at the NBA level since entering the league, and he spent considerable time in the G League last season. While he's off to a decent start in Las Vegas, Richardson is unlikely to be more than a deep bench player for the Raptors in 2018-19.