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Wayne Ellington News & Bio


Name:Wayne Ellington
Hometown:Wynnewood, PA
High School:The Episcopal Academy
Born:November 29, 1987 (30)
Height/Weight:6-4, 200
Position:G
Pro Team:Miami Heat (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2006 McDonald's All-American
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Wayne Ellington agrees to return to Heat on 1-year, $6.27M deal
Wayne Ellington has reached an agreement to re-sign with Miami, NBA sources told ESPN. The 30-year-old sharpshooter agreed to a one-year, $6.27 million deal. Ellington...

Wayne Ellington ranks among best of unsigned free agents
Miami Heat guard Wayne Ellington is shooting up the charts in NBA free agency. With just about all the big names off the board since...

An updated look on where Heat and Wayne Ellington stand
While Wayne Ellington is pursuing the biggest payday of his career, the Miami Heat are trying to avoid an expensive luxury-tax bill. Both sides are...

Will 3-point specialist Wayne Ellington return to Heat?
Wayne Ellington completed his second season with the Miami Heat after general manager Andy Elisburg’s creative bookkeeping allowed Miami to pick up the team’s option...

Where the Heat and Wayne Ellington stand weeks from free agency
With the start of NBA free agency looming on July 1, Wayne Ellington and the Miami Heat would like to find a way to keep...

Wayne Ellington wants to return to the Heat, but a salary-cap hurdle looms
Wayne Ellington isn’t worried about his negotiating leverage. All he’s worried about is re-signing with the Miami Heat this offseason. Ellington will become an unrestricted...

Wayne Ellington would like another shot with Heat next season
Wayne Ellington isn’t sure what the future holds this summer, but given a choice, he would like to be back with the Miami Heat again...

Finally: Miami’s Wayne Ellington set to play a big postseason role
The last time Wayne Ellington played meaningful minutes in a postseason game was nine years ago. At the Final Four. Ellington was the Most Outstanding...

5 things to know about the Wizards' new playoff addition, Ty Lawson
Playing on one of the most memorable college basketball teams in the 2000s, Ty Lawson, along with Wayne Ellington, Danny Green, and Tyler Hansbrough won...

Wayne Ellington Breaks Heat Record, Gets Emotional During Postgame Interview
With his eight made threes in the win over the Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat shooting guard Wayne Ellington set the Heat single-season record for made...


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