Wright signed a one-year deal with Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar of Russia on Friday, Sportando reports.
Wright, who spent 11 seasons in the NBA, averaged 11.6 points in EuroLeague competition for Brose Bamberg last season. His role is expected to be similar with Lokomotiv as a sturdy presence in the frontcourt.
Wright was waived by the Clippers on Wednesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
The veteran signed a non-guaranteed deal with the Clippers last month, so it's rather unsurprising that he was cut by the team. Wright, 30, began last season in the Chinese Basketball Association before joining the Heat in April, and he may have to head overseas again if he's unable to find another NBA team interested in his services.
Wright signed a training camp contract with the Clippers on Thursday, Dan Woike of Orange County Register reports.
Wright opened last season with the Beikong Fly Dragons of the Chinese Basketball Association before latching on with the Heat in April after the CBA campaign concluded. While he didn't log any appearances in the regular season for the Heat, he made five appearances in the postseason, averaging 3.8 minutes per contest. Since the Clippers already have 15 guaranteed contracts on the books, it's unlikely that the 30-year-old will crack the roster out of training camp. He may be forced to continue his career overseas once camp draws to a close.
Wright (coach's decision) didn't play in Tuesday's 102-96 overtime win over the Raptors in Game 1 of the series.
Wright signed with the Heat just one day before the regular season concluded, which hasn't provided him with much time to establish himself as a rotation member. He'll likely only see the floor in blowout games throughout the playoffs.
Wright will be available for Tuesday's game against the Pistons, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Though Wright officially joined the team only earlier in the day, he'll likely find a small role off the bench Tuesday with Justise Winslow sitting out. If the Heat opt to rest any regulars for Wednesday's regular season finale, Wright could be set for increased minutes.
Wright officially signed with the Heat on Tuesday.
Wright had been awaiting clearance from FIBA after returning from China, but all the proper paperwork is now in place, and he'll join the Heat in Detroit for Tuesday's game against the Pistons. Considering he hasn't had much time to practice with the team, Wright is unlikely to make much of an impact over the final two games of the regular season, but he could be relied upon as a key three-point shooter in limited minutes off the bench during the playoffs.
Wright has joined the Heat, but is still awaiting FIBA clearance before signing with the team, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
This is standard procedure for players coming over from China, and Wright figures to be cleared in short order. It's unclear if the veteran will play Tuesday against the Pistons or in Wednesday's regular-season finale against the Celtics, but assuming Wright is cleared before the end of the week, he figures to be available off the bench when the playoffs begin. Wright, who just finished off a season with the Chongqing Dragons of the Chinese Basketball Association, is playoff eligible since he hasn't played with another NBA team after March 1. The 30-year-old spent last season with Trail Blazers and previously played with the Heat from 2004-10.
Wright is nearing agreement on a contract with the Heat, Manny Navarro of the Miami Herald reports.
Wright, an 11-year NBA veteran, recently finished up his season with the Chongqing Dragons of China, for whom he averaged 24.3 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.5 assists while shooting 50.9 percent from the field. The Heat currently have two open roster spots and have been playing the last several weeks with only 11 active players while Chris Bosh (blood clots in calf) and Tyler Johnson (shoulder) have been sidelined. Assuming the two sides are able to come to terms on a deal, the 6-foot-9 Wright should provide the team with some depth on the wing while giving the Heat a three-point weapon off the bench.
Blazers shooting guard Dorell Wright was back at the team facility doing solo workouts as he continues to rehab a fractured left hand, per The Oregonian.
Wright averaged 4.6 points and 2.3 rebounds per game in 48 games for the Blazers this season.
Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright will miss the next four-to-six weeks with a fractured left hand, the team announced on Friday.
Wright suffered the injury in Wednesday's game. He's averaging 4.6 points this year.
Despite suffering a broken fourth metacarpal bone in his left hand during Wednesday's contest, Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright will travel with the team for Friday's game at the Los Angeles Lakers. Wright is in Los Angeles to have the injury reevaluated and he has been ruled of the game, the team announced.
CJ McCollum, Allen Crabbe, and Alonzo Gee should see more playing time with Wright sidelined.
X-rays have confirmed that Trail Blazers small forward Dorell Wright suffered a fracture of the fourth metacarpal bone in his left hand Wednesday, the team announced.
Wright played 17 minutes off the bench Wednesday, scoring six points on 1 of 3 shooting and hauling in seven rebounds. He is out indefinitely due to the injury.
An MRI has confirmed that Trail Blazers power forward LaMarcus Aldridge has a radial collateral ligament tear is his left thumb, the team announced Thursday. He will require surgery on his thumb, which is expected to keep him sidelined for six-to-eight weeks.
Aldridge suffered the injury Monday and played just 14 minutes in his team's home win over the Kings. His initial X-rays came back negative but his first MRI delivered inconclusive results due to swelling in the thumb. His second MRI Thursday revealed the torn ligament, which will keep the power forward sidelined until at least early March.
Aldridge has averaged 23.2 points and 10.2 rebounds in 38 games. Dorell Wright saw a season-high 35 minutes of action Wednesday and could be called upon to fill Aldridge's starting role while he remains out.
Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright is probable for Sunday's game in New York, the team announced. Wright has been dealing with an upper respiratory illness over the last few days but should be available for his limited role moving forward.
Trail Blazers shooting guard Dorell Wright was sent home from practice Friday due to an upper respiratory illness, TrailBlazers.com reports.
The illness caused Wright to be ruled out Thursday as well. He has played just seven games and 47 total minutes this season.
Trail Blazers guard Dorell Wright won't play Thursday night against Indiana due to an upper respiratory illness, the team announced.
Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright started his fifth game in a row Saturday against the Bobcats, in place of the injured LaMarcus Aldridge.
Wright played just 24 minutes in the start, but still managed to record a season high in scoring with 17 points. He shot 6 of 12 from the field and added a 5-for-5 mark at the free-throw line, while tossing in six rebounds as well, in the 124-94 loss.
Wright is averaging 12.2 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game since joining the starting lineup.
Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright snapped out of a two-game funk Tuesday, as he scored in double figures in a 100-95 win over the Nuggets.
Wright scored 12 points on 3 of 5 shooting, with two of his three makes coming from three-point range. He added four rebounds and filled up the box score well overall, with two assists, one block and one steal in 27 minutes.
Wright has started four games in LaMarcus Aldridge's place, scoring in double-figures twice. He is still averaging just 4.4 points per game for the season, his lowest total since 2008-09.
Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright was in the rotation for the first time in over a month Wednesday, as he played 13 minutes off the bench against the Knicks.
Wright, who had played just 16 minutes in the team's previous 14 games, played his most minutes since early January. He scored six points despite shooting just 1 of 4 from the field, as he made one 3-pointer and went 3 of 3 at the free-throw line. He also added two assists, one rebound and one steal in a 94-90 win.
Wright was playing more frequently earlier in the season, and has still appeared in 37 of the team's first 49 games. He is averaging just 4.4 points and 2.0 rebounds per game,his worst numbers since 2005-06.
Trail Blazers guard Dorell Wright caught fire from beyond the arc during Saturday's win over the 76ers in Philadelphia.
Wright made all five of his shots, all coming from beyond the arc. He finished the game with 15 points, two rebounds and two assists while logging 11 points off the bench in a 139-105 victory.
Wright has converted at least two 3-pointers in four of his last five games. He is averaging 7.2 points on 42.9 shooting over his last five games. He is shooting 50.0 percent from downtown over that span.