Berry, due to a season-ending injury, has been removed from the South Bay Lakers' active roster. The organization will retain his G League rights and he will continue his rehab with South Bay.
Ultimately, Berry was removed from the roster to make room for former NBA player Spencer Hawes, who signed with South Bay on Saturday.
Berry (knee) did not play in Friday's contest against Austin.
Berry has missed the entire month of February with an ongoing knee injury, and there doesn't seem to be much news surrounding a possible return date for the guard.
Berry did not play in Friday's game as a result of a knee injury.
Berry has played in 21 games with South Bay, averaging 22.4 minutes per contest, along with 11.1 points and 2.5 assists. While the guard missed some time playing with USA Basketball, he's been a rotational piece for South Bay regardless.
Berry will miss a few South Bay Lakers games while he joins USA Basketball for their second round qualifying matches leading to the 2019 FIBA World Cup.
Berry plays in Argentina tonight and in Uruguay on Sunday. Ideally, he'll be back in time for Lakers' December 5th game at Westchester.
Berry was waived by the Lakers on Monday.
Berry saw limited run during the preseason and was unable to do enough during camp to earn himself a spot on the Lakers' regular-season roster. That said, he was always a long shot to do just that, so his release isn't a huge surprise. If the Lakers still like his upside, there's a decent chance Berry joins the team's G-League affiliate to start the year.
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