Moses signed to play Summer League with thr Raptors. Apparently there's no 2 way or anything like that involved. It appears as if he's trying to improve his leverage for a contract with his play in Summer LeagueI saw a list of UFAs on The Score that listed Moses as a Toronto Raptor signee.
Jose is going to be extremely successful. Hopefully it's in the NBA, but if not he’s gonna have a long and prosperous career in coaching basketball or something else. He’s a winner and eventually winners win.Figure Moses will get something before the end of next week, if not this weekend.
Jose's start isn't a bad "first job out of college". Beat the hell out of my starting salary... even after being adjusted for inflation.
Jose wasn’t in more than a handful of forecasts, and wasn’t expected to be drafted. Not getting a combine invite hurt.Ignorant question here but I only ask because I dont know...
Were Jose and Moses expecting to be drafted? In retrospect, would it have benefited either of them to have returned for 1 more year? I initially felt like their age was a hindrance but hell, Duarte was a lotto pick at 24 yrs old.
How did Moses get there from the Raptors?NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Pelicans today announced their roster for MGM Resorts NBA Summer League 2021, which will take place Aug. 8-17 at Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The Pelicans’ summer league roster features three returning...www.nba.com
The New Orleans Pelicans announced their summer league roster with their first game on Monday. On the roster is Jose Alvarado along with Moses Wright. Teammates once again.
|Monday, August 9||Game #1 vs. Bulls||2:00 p.m.||ESPN2||Cox Pavilion|
No clue but for a player like him who depends on guards to help create opportunities for him it can't hurt to play with a PG who has 4 yrs of experience playing with him.How did Moses get there from the Raptors?