Sacramento Kings assign Hamady Ndiaye to Reno Bighorns

Hamady Ndiaye boxes out Ryan Hollins of the L.A. Clippers. (Photo: Jonathan Santiago)
Hamady N’diaye is heading to the D-League.  The Sacramento Kings announced this morning that the 26-year-old center has been assigned to the Reno Bighorns, their D-League affiliate.

From the Kings’ official press release:

Originally from Senegal, the 7-foot center is averaging 0.2 points (1-6 FG, 0-1 FT), 1.4 rebounds and 5.8 minutes per game in nine appearances this season for the Kings. This will be the fourth D-League team Ndiaye will see action with, having played for the Dakota Wizards (2010-11), Maine Red Claws (2011-12) and Iowa Energy (2011-12).

Ndiaye becomes the second Kings player to be assigned to Reno this season after Ray McCallum played three games with the Bighorns during his stint from November 21-27. He will be available to play for the Bighorns tonight when Reno faces the Santa Cruz Warriors at the Reno Events Center at 7:00 p.m.

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Jonathan Santiago serves Cowbell Kingdom as senior editor specializing in writing, podcasting and video production. He also handles the majority of CK’s day-to-day beat coverage of the Kings.