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According to ESPN, the Atlanta Hawks have claimed 28-year-old center, Gustavo Ayon, off waivers after the Bucks waived him last week. Ayon averaged 3.6 points and 1.4 assists in 43 games for the Bucks this season after being traded to Milwaukee in February.
The Atlanta Hawks have claimed center Gustavo Ayon off waivers, sources told ESPN.com.
The Milwaukee Bucks waived Ayon last week before his $1.5 million salary became guaranteed. The Hawks will pick up the 6-foot-10 Mexican’s salary, which now becomes guaranteed.
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The Atlanta Hawks have been awarded former Bucks forwardcenter Gustavo Ayon on a waiver claim, the team announced Monday.
Milwaukee waived Ayon on Thursday, just prior to the deadline that would have guaranteed the 28-year-old 1.5 million for next season.
"I'm very excited to join the Atlanta Hawks," Ayon said in a release. "I had a great conversation with coach...
The Atlanta Hawks have claimed Gustavo Ayon off waivers, a league source told RealGM. Ayon was released by the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday with their glut in the frontcourt, but the 6-foot-10 big man received heavy interest due to his inside presence and reasonable contract worth $1.5 million next season. Ayon is expected to get a fair trail to earn a spot in a Hawks rotation that...
According to ESPN, the Atlanta Hawks have claimed Gustavo Ayon off waivers. Ayon previously played for the Milwaukee Bucks. The team decided to waive the center from Mexico in order [...]
The Hawks claimed forward/center Gustavo Ayon off waivers the team announced Monday.
Ayon 6-foot-10 250 pounds was waived by the Bucks last week prior to his $1.5 million salary becoming guaranteed. Ayon played 55 games last season with the Bucks and Magic and averaged 3.7 points and 3.6 rebounds.
“I am very excited to join the Atlanta Hawks” Ayon said in a statement released...
Milwaukee Bucks: Best and Worst Moves of the Offseason
By Aamir Mohammed: Senior Writer at Hoopstuff
Best Move: Not resigning Monta Ellis
Addition by subtraction! The departure of Monta Ellis will ultimately end up being a blessing in disguise for this Milwaukee roster. A ball dominant shooting guard, playing the point and shooting a paltry 28 percent from three, is the type of player...
Primoz Brezec hails from Postojna, Slovenia where he grew to be 7-1. The large phenom started playing professional basketball as a teenager. He jumpstarted his career with his local team, Kraski Zidar, and went on to become a star. Brezec was further recognized and drafted by the Indiana Pacers when he played in the Slovenian Premier A League with Union Olimpija Ljubljana. Photo...
1. Devin Harris
Remember when Devin Harris was the man for one or two seasons? Yeah, it’s hard or me to remember too because he’s been so mediocre since then. Harris scored 9.9 ppg with the Hawks last year and he shot 43.8% from the field. With 9 years under his belt, he should be a fairly steady veteran PG and he can really score the ball when he has the chance.
2. Mo Williams...
It appears that first-round draft pick center Lucas Nogueira will return to Spain for another season. I’m told that the Hawks’ waiver claim pick up of forward/center Gustavo Ayon “most likely” means that Nogueira will get another year overseas to work on his game and build his body.
Nogueira who turned 20 this month would have to fight for playing time in a crowded frontcourt...
Lucas Nogueira showed promise while playing for the Atlanta Hawks' summer league team, but the first round pick will "most likely" return to play in Spain next season.
The Hawks claimed Gustavo Ayon off waivers.
The Hawks had been debating whether it was better for Nogueira’s development to play major minutes overseas or play limited minutes while on a weight-training...
The Milwaukee Bucks and free-agent guard Gary Neal have agreed to a two-year contract, according to multiple reports.
Neal, 28, comes to Milwaukee after spending the first three years of his career with the San Antonio Spurs. Last season, Neal averaged 9.5 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists.
A 6-foot-4, 210-pound combo guard, Neal is known for his shooting ability. He made 41...
Gary Neal has agreed to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks on a two-year deal worth $6.5 million, Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN reports.
Neal was a key contributor for the Spurs off the bench, averaging 9.5 points last season.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Gary Neal have agreed to a two-year, $6.5 million deal.
Neal emerged as a key contributor off the bench for the San Antonio Spurs.