Earlier this summer, veteran forward Luc Mbah a Moute signed a one-year deal with the Kings, one of the four teams he’s played for in his seven-year NBA career.
Just days later, the Kings voided Mbah a Moute’s contract after he failed a physical.
Mbah a Moute and the players’ union are not happy about this, and they’re going to take action.
According to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski:
Mbah a Moute has been meeting with NBPA executive director Michele Roberts in Johannesburg this week, where Mbah a Moute, a Cameroon native, has been medically cleared to play for Team Africa against Team World in the first NBA exhibition game in Africa.
Mbah a Moute signed a one-year, $1.5 million deal with Sacramento on July 14 – only two days later to have Kings officials inform him that concerns over his right shoulder had caused the franchise to void the deal, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
Mbah a Moute’s representatives at Wasserman Media Group and NBPA officials, armed with independent medical examinations that produced playing clearances, are disputing the legitimacy of the Kings’ process and the findings to declare a failed physical, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
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