Hakim Warrick’s future is now uncertain after the former 2005 first round pick did not receive a training camp invite from the San Antonio Spurs.
San Antonio brought in Warrick this off-season for a workout, but with the recent re-signing of 6’10” big man, Aron Baynes, the Spurs have filled their roster for the season.
Hakim Warrick spent last year as a part of the Liaoning Jiebao Hunters of the Chinese Basketball Association.
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Warrick, a star at Syracuse from 2001 to 2005, logged eight seasons in the NBA, starting with the Memphis Grizzlies, but has failed to find a long-term roster spot. The 6’9” forward has played for five NBA teams, and was most recently cut by the Orlando Magic in 2013 prior to getting on the court. Warrick has started 108 games in his career.
There is a potential for Hakim Warrick to sign with any NBA team during the season.
Warrick is currently weighing his career options, which may include the NBADL, or a return to overseas play.
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