News: The Clippers gave a second 10-day contract to guard Maalik Wayns on Tuesday. He has been active for three games for the Clippers and has scored a total of two points.
Analysis: Wayns, who was previously with Philadelphia this season, doesn't figure to get a lot of minutes on his second 10-day contract. He has low-end Fantasy value in all leagues.
News: The Clippers added to their bench depth Friday and signed guard Maalik Wayns to a 10-day contract, Yahoo! Sports reports. Wayns was released by Philadelphia after signing a 10-day deal with the team in January.
Analysis: Wayns appeared in just 21 games for the 76ers and posted an average of 2.7 points per game. The 21-year-old isn't expected to log much playing time with Los Angeles and is not considered a worthwhile Fantasy option unless he assumes the primary backup point guard spot.
News: 76ers guard Maalik Wayns 10-day contract expired Thursday, and the team opted not to bring him back. The team signed Shelvin Mack to a 10-day contract with the roster spot.
Analysis: Wayns appeared in just one game under this contract, scoring seven points. Wayns appeared to earn the backup point guard job out of training camp, but averaged just 7.9 minutes per game. At this point, he can be ignored in all Fantasy formats.
News: The 76ers have signed rookie guard Maalik Wayns to a 10-day contract, according to the team's official website. Wayns was waived Sunday just a day before all NBA player contracts became guaranteed.
Analysis: Wayns, the undrafted rookie, averaged just 2.5 points and 1.0 assists in 7.8 minutes through 20 games with Philadelphia. He is not expected to make much of an impact in Fantasy and should be ignored in all formats moving forward.
News: Forward Maalik Wayns was able to clear waivers and will sign a 10-day contract with the Philadelphia 76ers, reports Yahoo! Sports. Wayns was released Sunday by the 76ers, which was the day before his contract would have become guaranteed for the season.
Analysis: Wayns has been with the 76ers all season long but couldn't do enough to earn a guaranteed contract. To be fair, the rookie hasn't seen much court time as he put up 2.8 points and 1.0 assists while averaging 7.8 minutes per game. That likely won't change moving forward so Fantasy owners can continue to ignore Wayns in all formats at this point in the season.
News: The 76ers have waived rookie guard Maalik Wayns and have recalled rookie Arnett Moultrie from D-League Sunday, according to the team's official website.
Analysis: Wayns was waived just a day before all NBA player contracts become guaranteed, so there's still a chance that the Sixers could sign him to a 10-day contract if he clears waivers. Wayns averaged just 2.5 points through 20 games with Philadelphia and should be ignored in all formats moving forward.
News: 76ers guard Maalik Waynes was active for Friday night's contest against the Hawks, despite being listed on the team's injury report with a foot issue. However, he did not appear in the 99-80 win, instead earning a DNP-coach's decision.
Analysis: Wayns did not see the floor Friday night but with Holiday making his return from a foot injury that was to be expected. Wayns is averaging just 2.4 points over 18 games this season and should be ignored in all formats for the time being.
News: As Jrue Holiday continues to deal with a foot injury, Sixers guard Maalik Wayns earned the first start of his career Wednesday against the Rockets. His debut in the starting lineup was short lived, as Wayns proved unable to spark a struggling offense in a 125-103 loss. Wayns shot 1 of 5 from the field and finished with just two points in 14 minutes. He failed to register an assist in the game, just one night after dishing out a career-high nine assists. He added two steals and a rebound before leaving with a right foot injury. The extent of that injury is not currently known, though the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that he left the arena without assistance.
Analysis: This was likely Wayns lone chance to make an impression for a team badly in need of offensive playmaking, and he was unable to answer the call. At this point, he should be ignored in all Fantasy formats moving forward.
News: Philadelphia guard Maalik Wayns has not been himself over the last two weeks after suffering a head injury, reports the team's official site Wednesday. Wayns saw extended run for the first time all season on Tuesday against Dallas. Wayns scored 10 points and hit two 3-pointers over 13 minutes. He shot 2 of 8 overall.
Analysis: The 21-year-old rookie out of Villanova has yet to become an important member of the rotation for coach Doug Collins. That said, if Wayns can keep contributing as he did Tuesday, he could earn more minutes. He has low-end Fantasy value for now.