Baldwin finalized a two-year contract with Greek club Olympiacos last week, Nikos Varlas of Eurohoops.net reports.
A first-round selection by the Grizzlies in 2016, Baldwin failed to establish himself as an NBA-caliber rotation option across stops with five organizations over the past three seasons. Just 23 years old, Baldwin still has plenty of time to resurface in the NBA, but he'll have to prove his worth overseas before earning another look.
Baldwin (finger) registered 18 points (8-17 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 0-1 FT), eight rebounds and four assists in the loss Friday to Long Island.
Baldwin's six turnovers ultimately doomed Raptors 905's playoff chances, as Toronto exited the G League playoffs in the second round. The point guard returned to the court in just a week after dislocating his finger in a mid-March contest against Delaware, finishing his 2018-19 season with 22.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.9 steals across 14 games with the Legends and Raptors 905.
Baldwin (finger) will play during Tuesday's G League game.
Baldwin had been dealing with a dislocated finger, but he's back in the starting five for the 905.
Baldwin exited Saturday's game against Delaware after suffering a dislocated finger, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Baldwin will return to Toronto in order to be evaluated further. It currently remains unclear whether the 22-year-old is expected to miss any game action.
Baldwin IV tallied 29 points (12-25 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds, three assists and a steal in the loss Monday to the Stars.
That followed a 27-point outing on Tuesday in which Raptors 905 unseated the Go Go. Baldwin was arguably the biggest deadline acquisition in the G League, averaging 25.7 points in his three appearances with Raptors 905 since being acquired near the end of February. The guard figures to a major rotational piece for the organization alongside Jordan Loyd.
Baldwin signed a G League contract Monday and was claimed off waivers by the Raptors 905, Adam Johnson of 2Ways10Days.com reports.
Since Baldwin had been playing on a standard NBA contract this season with the Trail Blazers before being traded to the Cavaliers, Rockets and finally, the Pacers, prior to being waived earlier this month, no G League affiliate held his rights. Given his first-round pedigree and previous success in the G League, Baldwin was likely a highly sought-after commodity and will ultimately land with the 905, where he could settle into more of an off-the-ball role alongside standout Jordan Loyd.
Baldwin, along with Nik Stauskas, was traded to the Pacers on Thursday in exchange for a second-round pick and will be waived, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
This appears to be nothing more than the Pacers helping the Rockets clear salary and taking on a second-round pick in the process. This is now the third time in the last four days that Baldwin has been traded, and now with the point guard being waived, he may be headed for the G League full time, where he has been stellar, averaging 22.7 points and 5.2 rebounds per game.
Baldwin was traded from the Cavaliers to the Rockets on Thursday along with Nik Stauskas as part of a three-team deal, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Houston also received Iman Shumpert from the Kings in the deal, while sending Brandon Knight, Marquese Chriss and a 2019 first-round pick to the Cavaliers. Sacramento emerged with Alec Burks and a second-round pick. Baldwin hasn't played much this season, averaging just 5.9 minutes across 16 games, and that seems unlikely to change with his new team, though the Rockets have yet to confirm their plans for the guard.
Baldwin (not injury related) will not be available Tuesday against the Celtics, Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com reports.
Baldwin was dealt to the Cavaliers on Sunday in the deal that sent Rodney Hood to Portland. However, Baldwin will not make his team debut Tuesday and will have to wait until at least Friday against the Wizards.
Baldwin didn't arrive in time for the Cavaliers' morning shootaround and is uncertain to play Tuesday against the Celtics, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
The Cavaliers acquired Baldwin and Nik Stauskas from the Trail Blazers on Sunday, shipping away Rodney Hood in the deal. Given that neither Stauskas nor Baldwin has had a chance to practice with Cleveland yet, it's unlikely that coach Larry Drew will summon either from the bench Tuesday as anything more than an emergency option. With the Cavaliers seemingly committed to giving lottery pick Collin Sexton plenty of run as the starting point guard, it's difficult to see Baldwin having a clear path to major minutes in Cleveland.
Baldwin was traded to Cleveland, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Nik Stauskas and two future second-round draft picks are also being sent to Cleveland in exchange for Rodney Hood. Baldwin hasn't seen much NBA action this season, playing in just 16 games, but has had a strong showing in the G-League.
Baldwin was recalled from the G League on Sunday.
Baldwin, who is averaging 22.7 points and 5.2 rebounds with the Texas Legends, has been tearing it up so far in the G League this season. However, the former first-round pick hasn't seen any NBA action since Dec. 30 and it may continue during his call-up.
Baldwin tallied 27 points (13-22 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), eight assists, six rebounds and one steal in the win Wednesday over Westchester.
Baldwin has been a dynamic scorer in his brief time in the G League, averaging 22.2 points across five games with an impressive 46.4 percent field goal percentage. It seems likely he'll rejoin the Trail Blazers at some point this season, but at least for the time being he's one of the more productive guards available in terms of fantasy.
Baldwin was assigned to the G League on Friday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
This will be Baldwin's first stint in the G League this year, as the former Vanderbilt guard was assigned to the Texas Legends of the G League on Friday. Prior to his demotion, Baldwin was averaging 5.5 minutes and 2.0 points across 13 appearances with Portland.
Baldwin contributed five points (2-7 FG, 1-1 3Pt), three assists, and one rebound in 12 minutes during Wednesday's 143-100 loss to the Bucks.
Baldwin finished with season highs in scoring, assists, and minutes, but this was likely due to the lopsided score. Having only appeared in seven games thus far this season, Baldwin can be avoided across all formats.
Baldwin managed 15 points (4-7 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 5-6 3Pt), four rebounds and three assists across 23 minutes in the Trail Blazers' 116-83 preseason win over the Suns on Wednesday.
With both Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum getting the night off for rest, Baldwin had an opportunity for some extra run off the bench. He put his preseason-high number of minutes to good use, posting exhibition-best rebound and point totals. The 22-year-old was also one of the Blazers' best player in the summer league this season, but his exact role and allotment of minutes come the regular season remains in flux.
Baldwin provided 14 points (5-13 FG, 2-6 FT), six assists and four rebounds across 20 minutes during the Trail Blazers' 91-73 win over the Lakers in the Las Vegas Summer League championship game Tuesday.
The 22-year-old wrapped up a solid tenure in the desert with the second-highest scoring total for Portland on the night. The 2016 first-round pick finished with averages of 13.4 points (on 45.0 percent shooting), 7.4 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 1.1 steals across 25.4 minutes over seven contests. He'll now look to up his NBA opportunities in the coming season after logging only seven games of regular-season action with the Blazers in the 2017-18 campaign. However, he'll have a steep hill to climb in terms of playing time while navigating a crowded shooting guard depth chart.
Baldwin finished with 14 points (6-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 10 assists, one rebound and one steal in 28 minutes during Sunday's 95-80 summer league victory over the Celtics.
Baldwin's Vegas fling continued as he double-doubled in the quarter-final victory over the Celtics. Shabazz Napier has now signed with the Brooklyn Nets paving the way for Baldwin to have a crack at becoming the primary backup to Damian Lillard. He is by no means a lock but his play over the past week surely puts him in the prime position.
Baldwin tallied 15 points (6-12 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-3 FT), eight assists, six rebounds and a blocked shot across 22 minutes in Thursday's 95-69 Summer League playoff win over the Hawks.
Baldwin has had a brilliant summer campaign an is among the most likely to receive a training camp invite this summer. After being drafted by the Grizzlies in 2016, he was traded to the Blazers last season where he thrived in G-League play and actually played seven games with the Blazers at the end of the season. Obviously, it's a crowded depth chart for Baldwin to navigate, and it's unlikely that he could move ahead of Shabazz Napier, who sits behind Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum. The Vandy product deserves a closer look and if he doesn't catch on in Portland, he may find success elsewhere.
Baldwin finished Tuesday's 89-95 win over the Spurs with 16 points (6-12 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 3-5 FT), two rebounds, nine assists, five steals and one block across 30 minutes.
Baldwin was all over the floor Tuesday, getting everyone involved with a team-high nine assists, while also playing some impressive defense and adding a game-high five steals. As long as he continues to see a full workload, Baldwin will have plenty of utility for summer league DFS contests. Currently a free agent, Baldwin's strong play this summer could earn him a chance a regular season roster spot, potentially in play for a standard contract or two-way deal.
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