Zhaire Smith

Detroit Pistons #5 - Guard

  • Born: 06/04/99
  • Age: 22
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 200
  • Seasons: 2018

The Hustle Report: G-League Bubble Time

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Here’s what the Hustle had to say from Orlando

Preview: New-look 76ers host Hornets for a back-to-back

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The Hornets are in Philadelphia for their first back-to-back series of the season.

Slashers vs. dribble penetrators, shooters vs. scorers. A quest for logics in Pistons offseason roster overhaul

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What might look like a chaotic fling about on surface, may hide consistent commitment to promising basketball philosophy.

The Grizzlies and Exhibit 10 Contracts

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What exactly is an Exhibit 10 Contract?

Detroit Pistons waive Dzanan Musa to trim roster to 15 spots

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21-year-old forward was obtained in Bruce Brown trade

2020-2021 Memphis Grizzlies Player Previews: Sean McDermott

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You can never have too much shooting. Do the Grizzlies have something with two-way player Sean McDermott?

Boston Celtics at Philadelphia 76ers Preseason Game #1

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The Celtics and 76ers face each other for the first time in the 2020-21 season.

NBA
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Killian Hayes looking forward to forming backcourt duo with Derrick Rose

The Pistons drafted Hayes in the first round to be the go-to guard of the future. The rookie is ready to learn from the former MVP.

Detroit Pistons reunite with Wayne Ellington in a quest to add more shooting

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Ellington finished season in Detroit in 2018-19

Assessing the Zhaire for Bradley trade: Is Tony Bradley for real?

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I was a big backer of the Draft Night 2018 trade-down and Zhaire Smith selection. I thought the Miami pick had tons of value and I thought Smith had a higher ceiling, though a lower floor, than...

UPDATE: Pistons get Zhaire Smith with plans to waive him, send Tony Bradley to Sixers

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The Zhaire Smith era lasted about 30 minutes

NBA Free Agency Open Thread, Day 3: Rounding out the weekend with the Raptors

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There’s good and bad news for Toronto, and still questions for the rest of the roster. Meanwhile, the NBA continues to churn with deals coming and going every which way.