News: The Jazz will allow Travis Leslie's 10-day contract to expire. The team does not expect to resign him, reports the Salt Lake Tribune.
Analysis: Leslie was called up from the D-League. The 22-year-old has seen time in 10 games this season and has done next to nothing in the NBA. He has low-end Fantasy value in all formats.
News: The Jazz have signed guard Travis Leslie to a 10-day contract, according to multiple sources. Leslie, who was drafted by the Clippers with the 47th overall pick back in 2011, has averaged 16.1 points for the Santa Cruz Warriors of the D-League this season.
Analysis: Leslie was also named MVP of the D-League All-Star game, but that won't hold much weight up in the NBA. The 22-year-old likely won't be in line for much run with Utah, so Fantasy owners should continue to ignore him in all formats at this point.
News: The Clippers waived guard Travis Leslie Tuesday. The Leslie move puts the Clippers roster at 14 players to begin the season.
Analysis: Leslie will likely play some ball in the D-league this season. While he could find himself on an NBA roster at some point, we doubt he's ever going to gain actual Fantasy value.
News: The Clippers announced on Thursday that they have sent rookie guard Travis Leslie back to the Developmental league. Leslie will return for a second stint with the Bakersfield Jam this season. In four games played with Bakersfield in early March, Leslie tallied 12.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 21.0 minutes per game.
Analysis: Leslie has appeared in just 10 games for the Clippers this season, so this isn't a major move. Leslie should not be on the roster of any Fantasy leagues.
News: The Los Angeles Clippers recalled guard Travis Leslie from Bakersfield of the NBA Development League on Monday. Leslie was demoted from the Clippers on March 1.
Analysis: Leslie played in four games with Bakersfield and averaged 12.5 points and 3.5 rebounds. He is unlikely to receive much playing time with Los Angeles and is not considered a worthwhile Fantasy option for the remainder of the season.
News: The Clippers will reportedly send down rookie guard Travis Leslie to the D-League Bakersfield Jam, according to the Los Angeles Times. Leslies, who appeared in eight games with the Clippers this season, is expected to make his D-League debut on Saturday at Reno.
Analysis: Leslie is being sent down to receive some playing time, so the team isnt giving up on him, theyre just turning an eye towards his development. Still, he has no value in any Fantasy formats this season.
News: The Sports Xchange reports that the Clippers' scouting department clearly liked what it saw coming out of Georgia this year -- the team selected two junior Bulldogs in the NBA draft. Forward Trey Thompkins was the team's first choice at No. 37, and his teammate, guard Travis Leslie, went 10 spots later as the final pick for the Clippers, signaling changes are in order for the current roster in both the frontcourt and backcourt. "We think we found two guys that add to our culture," Clippers VP of basketball operations Neil Olshey said in the Los Angeles Times. Leslie possesses the kind of aerial acrobatics that can instantly provide the Clippers a boost off of the bench
Analysis: Leslie will have to earn his minutes with the Clippers, and he has minimal Fantasy value coming into the year. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day.