DALLAS (AP) -The Sacramento Kings waived point guard Tyronn Lue on Friday, putting another veteran free agent on the market for teams looking for depth down the stretch and in the playoffs.
Lue never played for the Kings. He was acquired Feb. 16 as part of a trade that brought Anthony Johnson, Sheldon Williams and Lorenzen Wright from Atlanta. A strained left calf kept him out of all six games since the trade.
Lue averaged 6.8 points, 1.8 assists, 1.2 rebounds over 17 minutes in 33 games for Atlanta.
The Kings were the sixth team in Lue's 10-year career. He was a backup for the Lakers when they won the NBA title in 2001.
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