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Ohio State basketball: Duane Washington has a new team

Former Ohio State basketball player Duane Washington had a promising rookie season with the Indiana Pacers last season. After expecting to spend most of the year in the G-League, injuries and COVID thrust him into the rotation. He even started 7 games for the Pacers. Unfortunately, he was let go...
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Suns sign Duane Washington to 2-way contract

The Phoenix Suns signed free-agent guard Duane Washington to a two-way contract, his agent told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Washington went undrafted last year after a solid three-year career at Ohio State. The 22-year-old averaged 9.8 points and shot 37.7% from deep across 48 appearances for the Indiana Pacers during his rookie campaign.
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Suns' Duane Washington: Inks two-way with Phoenix

Washington and the Suns agreed to a two-way contract Tuesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Washington went undrafted in 2021 and spent most of last season on a two-way deal with the Pacers. He saw plenty of action in the NBA. He appeared in 48 games (seven starts) and averaged 9.9 points on 41/38/75 shooting, 1.8 assists and 1.7 rebounds in 20.2 minutes. He'll struggle to find that much playing time with the Suns, and he'll presumably spend significant time in the G League.

Pacers Waiving Duane Washington, Three Others

Morgan, Stauskas and Fitts were all acquired as part of the Pacers’ Malcolm Brogdon trade with the Celtics. The moves are being made to allow the Pacers the necessary salary-cap space to sign Deandre Ayton to a maximum offer sheet, per Wojnarowski. Indiana offered the Suns restricted free agent the largest offer sheet in NBA history at four years and $133 million, Wojnarowski reported.
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A Look At How Malaki Branham, E.J. Liddell and Duane Washington Have Fared in NBA Summer League Action

More Buckeyes than usual suited up for NBA Summer League action this offseason. Malaki Branham (drafted No. 20 overall) and E.J. Liddell (No. 41) gave Ohio State its first multi-player draft class since 2007 at the end of June, and the pair arrived in Las Vegas last week to take part in the summer league with the San Antonio Spurs and New Orleans Pelicans, respectively.

Report: Former Ohio State star Duane Washington waived by Indianapolis Pacers

Duane Washington is looking for a new NBA team. According to ESPN's senior NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the former Ohio State guard was waived by the Indiana Pacers on Thursday. This move, according to Wojnarowski, is done to create cap space, and stretch the contracts of Malik Fitts, Juwan Morgan and Nik Stauskas who arrived in a trade earlier this month, after agreeing to an offer sheet with restricted free agent Deandre Ayton.