Tyler Honeycutt F  #

Current Team: Khimki BC

Born: Jul 15, 1990 (24 years old)

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California (United States)

Nationality: United States

Height: 6-8 (203cm)     Weight: 198 (90kg)

Current Agent: Tony Dutt

Current NBA Status: Unrestricted Free Agent

Draft Entry: 2011 NBA Draft

Early Entry Info: 2011 Early Entrant

Drafted: Round 2, Pick 5, Sacramento Kings

Pre-Draft Team: UCLA (So)

High School: Sylmar High School [Sylmar, California (United States)]

Tyler Honeycutt News

Rockets Waive Tyler Honeycutt
Tyler Honeycutt had been playing for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League.

Jonathan Feigen/Houston Chronicle

Rockets Assign Tyler Honeycutt To D-League
Tyler Honeycutt has played in 24 games over two seasons, averaging 1.2 points and 1.0 rebound in 5.0 minutes, all with Sacramento.

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Rockets Acquire Thomas Robinson From Kings
Thomas Robinson was the fifth overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.

Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo! Sports

Honeycutt Recalled By Kings From Reno
Tyler Honeycutt missed most of the summer league and preseason because of stress fractures.

Jason Jones/Sacramento Bee

Kings To Add Tony Mitchell To Training Camp Roster
Tony Mitchell could possibly take the roster spot of Tyler Honeycutt.

Jonathan Santiago/Cowbell Kingdom

Kings Assign Honeycutt, Whiteside To Reno Bighorns
It marks the first assignment for Tyler Honeycutt and second for Hassan Whiteside in his career.

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Honeycutt, Morris Twins Close To Signing With Agent
A source close to the situation says UCLA’s Tyler Honeycutt and Kansas’ Marcus and Markieff Morris are close to signing with an agent, ending their college careers.

Marc J. Spears (via Twitter)

UCLA Coach Confident Despite Honeycutt’s Departure
UCLA could very well be the favorite to win the Pac-10 next season.

Diamond Leung/ESPN.com

Honeycutt Leaves UCLA To Enter Draft
UCLA forward Tyler Honeycutt is projected as a mid-first round to early-second round pick.

Jon Gold/Los Angeles Daily News

Derrick Williams Named Pac-10 Player Of The Year

Derrick Williams was picked as the league?s top player after averaging 18.8 points per game on 61.2 percent shooting in conference play.

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