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Delon Wright sees better role with Wizards

WASHINGTON -- Newly acquired Wizards guard Delon Wright is joining his seventh NBA team in four years, so he is an expert on adapting to change as a well-traveled league veteran. But that doesn't mean it's easy to do and last year was a microcosm of that. Wright, 30, was...
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Around The Hill, 7/13/2022: Delon Wright, CJ Cron, Kyle Whittingham

Pick Six Previews picked Utah to go to the 2022 CFP in its 2022 Season Preview. Pick Six Previews has a history of being very accurate. They last predicted Utah to make the Playoffs in 2019 when Utah was in a “win-and-in” scenario in the Pac-12 Championship game. Unfortunately, we all remember how that ended.
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How Kyle Kuzma Recruited Delon Wright to D.C., Learned Fashion From Him

WASHINGTON -- Long before he was going viral for wearing a long-sleeved pink turtleneck before a game with the Wizards last season, Kyle Kuzma had a much more normal fashion sense as a college student. This was years before he would sign an NBA contract, travel the globe and work with professional stylists.
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Wizards land Delon Wright, adding more defense

The Wizards added to their guard depth on Thursday night by signing Delon Wright, who should help them both with his outside shooting and defense, Washington's two biggest offseason needs. ESPN first reported the news, which was confirmed by NBC Sports Washington. Wright, 30, comes over from the Atlanta Hawks...
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Wizards, Delon Wright agree to two-year, $16M deal

The Washington Wizards have agreed to a two-year, $16M contract with point guard Delon Wright, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Both years are guaranteed, according to David Aldridge of The Athletic. The contract will eat up a good portion of the $10.49M mid-level exception. Wright is the second significant point...
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The Atlanta Hawks look to be losing Delon Wright in free agency

The NBA free agency period has begun where teams are officially allowed to talk to free agents about contracts. They are not allowed to sign until July 6th but as a rule, once a deal has been announced it is very rare that either a team or a player will go back on it. The Atlanta Hawks needed to know where they stood before this period started.
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Anthony Gill returns to Wizards, Delon Wright signs two-year deal

Washington Wizards power forward Anthony Gill is returning to the team for at least two more seasons. Reports indicate that Gill and the Wizards have agreed on a two-year contract for a yet-unknown amount of money. This is his second two-year deal in a row with the team. Delon Wright is also signing with Washington on a two-year, $16 million contract.
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Delon Wright Will Join The Wizards On A 2-Year, $16 Million Deal

The Atlanta Hawks made a big splash before free agency even began, landing Dejounte Murray in a blockbuster trade with the San Antonio Spurs. While many pieces of analysis were filed on whether Atlanta may have overpaid in draft capital to land Murray, one potentially overlooked factor was the future of Delon Wright.
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Wizards sign free agent Delon Wright

The Washington Wizards continued adding depth as they signed Delon Wright to a two-year, $16 million contract, according to a report from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Entering his eighth NBA season, Wright has established himself as a solid reserve guard. Last season, he was ultra-low usage (just 11.8%) but efficient (+13 relative offensive efficiency). He’s made himself into a decent three-point shooter and a solid playmaker, but his most significant contributions are his defense and rebounding from the guard spot. At 6-5, Wright is a switchable and disruptive defender across three positions.
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