Utah Jazz To Sign James Ennis To 10-Day Contract
The Utah Jazz plan to sign forward James Ennis to a 10-day contract.
Ennis has spent time with the Nets and Clippers on 10-day pacts this season, playing in four games and averaging 10.5 minutes, 6.3 points, and 2.5 rebounds per game.
When Kevin Durant and LaMarcus Aldridge cleared protocols, the Nets opted to not bring Ennis back in late December.
The Clippers then signed him to a 10-day deal that expired on January 8.
Monty Williams on Clippers since WCF: “They’ve had to adjust more than anybody… what we talked about this morning was Morris’ ability to take over a game.”
Also says that Clippers have guys that come off the bench that “eat rocks” … praised James Ennis in particular (76ers)
— Law Murray 🎂 (@LawMurrayTheNU) January 7, 2022
NBA 10-Day hardship contracts that expired today:
Chris Clemons – ATL
James Ennis – LAC
Shaq Harrison – BKN
Jaylen Hoard – OKC
Malik Newman – CLE
Cameron Oliver – ATL
Isaiah Thomas – DAL
Brad Wanamaker – WAS
Micah Potter’s 10-Day with DET was terminated a day early on Friday.
— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) January 8, 2022
— Duane Rankin (@DuaneRankin) January 7, 2022
The journeyman has played with nine teams in seven seasons.
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