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Dee Bost - PG, 6'2, 176
Signed in France - Signed with Monaco
       Date of birth: 10/12/1989
       Country: USA/Bulgaria
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2012
     Out of: Mississippi State
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   Why NBA Teams Sign Players They Don’t Want

The vast majority of players signed for training camp are signed to contracts without any guaranteed compensation on them.

This, certainly, is no surprise, as it has long been known that most players signed for training camp are not expected to make the team. A few players have fairly nominal guaranteed portions – for example, Dee Bost received $50,000 from Portland, Dewayne Dedmon $25,000 from Golden State, and Trent Lockett $35,000 from Sacramento. Most, however, do not. Teams are not involved in bidding wars for the Trey McKinney-Jones and Carlos Morais types, and thus there is no incentive to give any guaranteed money away.

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   Unsigned guards looking to make mid-season NBA impact

Dee Bost - Bost went to camp with the Blazers on a small guarantee, but was cut and joined the Idaho Stampede of the D-League, for whom he is averaging 17.4 points, 9.0 assists (second in the league) and 2.4 steals per game (5th). Forming a dynamic backcourt with Pelicans draft pick Pierre Jackson, Bost's blazing speed and constant attack makes for a player constantly putting the opposition under pressure, and although he is small, inefficient, a poor shooter and prone to mistakes, he could make it in the NBA in the same way that Ishmael Smith has.

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Signed in France


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