White has suffered a season-ending right ankle injury, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
White has been playing for the Long Island Nets, trying to break back into the NBA after being waived by Washinton in mid-December. That goal will be on hold, however, as White has suffered a season-ending ankle injury. He'll look to resume his pro career next season.
White (ankle) scored 16 points (4-9 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 5-6 FT) and recorded seven rebounds along with an assist and two blocks across 24 minutes Sunday against the Hustle.
White had been dealing with a right ankle sprain, but he appears to be healthy once again and was effective off the bench for Long Island. He's started 12 of the 16 games he's played in this season for the Nets, so look for White to rejoin the first unit within the next few contests now that he's shaken off some rust.
White didn't play Saturday against Westchester due to a right ankle sprain.
White wasn't available for the matchup due to injury, and the timetable for his return remains murky at this point. His next opportunity to get back on the court will come Monday against Lakeland.
White (undisclosed) tallied three points (1-1 FG, 1-1 3Pt) in five minutes of action Monday.
Long Island certainly seems to be taking it easy with White, who missed the previous two games with an undisclosed injury. White has been an NBA contributor in the past, so you figure his talent will certainly standout out on the G League level should he get the necessary amount of minutes.
White (undisclosed) did not play in Friday's contest.
White has been a starter for Long Island in his seven contests with the organization, averaging 18.1 points and 11.1 rebounds in extended minutes. It's unclear what's kept him out of the lineup, given he was a DND for Friday's contest, but he figures to be close to return.
White signed a contract with the Long Island Nets of the G League on Friday, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
White was waived by the Wizards back on Dec. 19 and has, reportedly, agreed to a deal with the Nets' G League team. The Florida State product has played in three NBA games this season so far with the Wizards.
White was waived by the Wizards on Wednesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
White was waived in order to open a roster spot for the signing of Ron Baker, who addresses the Wizards' need for quality depth at shooting guard. White spent most of this season with the Capital City Go Go, and he could end up signing directly with a G League team should he not get any looks from an NBA squad.
White was reassigned to the G League on Tuesday.
White spent a couple of days with the NBA club, but he'll head back down to Capital City, where he averaged 19.3 points and 11.3 boards per game over a three-game stretch earlier in the month.
White was recalled from the G League on Sunday.
White, along with Troy Brown, will join the Wizards for Sunday's contest while the Trevor Ariza trade is still being finalized, as it has left Washington light on wing depth. White has only appeared in one game this season, but given the current status of Washington's roster, he could have a chance at seeing the floor Sunday.
White was assigned to the Capital City Go Go of the G League on Thursday.
The Wizards making a pitstop at home during their current road trip will give White the opportunity to see extended run with the Go Go on Thursday when they take on Delaware. White has appeared in just one game for the Wizards this season.
White was recalled from the G League on Monday, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
White will rejoin the Wizards to provide emergency depth at center after a stint with the Capital City Go Go. White has appeared in just one NBA game on the season, logging three minutes in a loss to Toronto on Nov. 23.
White was assigned to the Capital City Go Go of the G League on Wednesday, Ben Standig of NBC Sports Washington reports.
White, who signed with the team a week ago, is not expected to play much of a role off the Wizards' bench this season. It wouldn't be surprising to see White spend a good portion of this season with Capital City so he can get in-game reps.
White agreed to a contract with the Wizards on Wednesday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
White is scheduled to meet with the Wizards in Washington on Wednesday and should make the trip to Toronto for the team's next game Friday. The forward has made 41 appearances with the Heat over the past two years and most recently had a training-camp stint with the Spurs, who waived him prior to the start of the season. He's unlikely to push for major role off the Washington bench.
White was released by the Spurs on Saturday.
White couldn't do enough during camp to secure an NBA contract from the organization. However, he may be offered a G-League contract with the Austin Spurs in an effort to keep his talents around. White will be entering his age 25 season and has over 500 minutes of NBA experience with the Heat.
White signed a contract with the Spurs on Friday, Paul Garcia of TheSportsDaily.com reports.
The terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed, though it's likely a training camp contract. White appeared in six games for the Heat last season, averaging 3.3 points and 1.8 boards across 13.3 minutes.
White was waived by the Cavaliers on Sunday, Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com reports.
The Cavaliers waived White in order to avoid paying a non-guaranteed portion of his salary for the 2018-19 season. He signed a two-year deal with Cleveland but never ended up playing due while he continued to recover from a broken foot. White has since fully recovered and appeared in summer league, so he should be able to latch onto a roster before the start of training camp.
White tallied 13 points (4-10 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 3-4 FT), seven rebounds and one assist across 27 minutes in Wednesday's 84-96 win over the Kings.
While he's consistently put up strong numbers on the boards throughout summer league, White had previously been kept in check offensively, so Wednesday's 13-point effort was a step in the right direction. He only knocked down 40 percent of his field goal attempts, but he was actively looking for his shot and was second only to first-round pick Collin Sexton in attempts. Despite finishing last season on the Cavaliers active roster, White's contract for the 2018-19 campaign isn't guaranteed, so he'll need to continue to play well if he wants a shot at a final roster spot.
White has signed a contract with the Cavaliers for the remainder of the season.
White signed a 10-day deal with the team in mid-March, but didn't end up seeing the floor. Regardless, he apparently made a good enough impression on the organization to bring him back for the postseason. He began the year with Miami, playing in five games, averaging 4.0 points and 2.2 rebounds in 16.0 minutes.
The Cavaliers didn't re-sign White after his 10-day contract with the team expired March 28, Keith Smith of RealGM.com reports.
White never saw any action with the Cavaliers during his time with the team. The forward has missed a large chunk of the campaign while recovering from the left foot surgery he required in November, so he may not get another look at the NBA level this season.
White will sign a 10-day contract with the Cavaliers, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.
White spent some time with the Heat earlier this season, but a broken foot that he suffered in mid-November held him to just six total games played. It also eventually costed him a spot on the team's roster in early February and he's been looking for work ever since. A 10-day deal with the Cavaliers should allow White an opportunity to show the team what he can do, though he won't see enough minutes to be a relevant fantasy commodity.
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