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The Phoenix Suns have waived big man Alan Williams, the team announced in a press release Monday.
Williams, averaged 6.4 points, 5.7 rebounds and 13.6 minutes in 62 appearances over the past three seasons with the Suns, the first three of his career. He initially signed with the Suns in March 2016.
According to Arizona Sports 98.7, the Suns will consider re-signing Williams should he clear waivers in two days.
“Williams had two more years left on his contract and was slated to make $5.5 million next season with a team option for the same amount in 2019-20,” per the website.
“With the selection of center Deandre Ayton first overall and veteran Tyson Chandler behind him, Williams was relegated to third-string center.”