The Milwaukee Bucks officially announced the signing of Chris Wright from the D-League’s Maine Red Claws Friday morning. For the second time in the month of March, the Bucks have signed a player who has the same name as another player in a moderately similar situation to a 10-day contract.
So, to clarify, this IS the Chris Wright who went to Dayton and dunked a lot, NOT the Chris...
The Mavericks have decided not to give Chris Wright a second 10-day contract.
According to a story on ESPN Dallas by Tim McMahon, the Dallas Mavericks made history when they signed point guard Chris Wright, who is the first-known player to suffer from multiple sclerosis to a 10-day contract.
Wright, a NBA D-League All-Star found out he had the disease that affects the central nervous system last season while playing for Olin Edime of the Turkish Basketball...
The Dallas Mavericks have signed free agent guard Chris Wright to a 10-day contract.
Wright was playing in the NBA Development League for Iowa, where the 6-foot-1 guard averaged 15.5 points and 7.0 assists in his 38 games. He was a D-League All-Star.
The Mavericks announced the deal Wednesday. They have a full 15-player roster. Wright is expected to join the Mavericks in San Antonio...
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March 13, 2013