Granted it's from hoopsworld, but it's news. I haven't heard of the guy, but I found some stats from the NBDL a year or two ago on the guy. Looks like he's 6'9 and played his college ball at Virginia.
And here's the hoopsworld article
Houston Not The Only One: With NBA training camps opening in less than 33 days, most teams are starting to get back into the groove. The Rockets pulled the trigger last night sending Sean Singletary to Phoenix in exchange for DJ Strawberry. The Rockets like Strawberry, but he has a non-guaranteed deal, something the Rockets coveted coming into camp. The Atlanta Hawks are said to be looking to move Solomon Jones, for almost the same reason.
The Indiana Pacers are looking to bring in another big man and were rumored to be talking seriously with Elton Brown. Brown was also rumored to be on the Memphis Grizzlies radar, but it seems their interest is wavering. The Pacers are still holding out hope that they can trade Jamaal Tinsley and his remaining three-years and $21 million.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been getting some press as more and more people are speculating that Wally Szczerbiak and his $13 million ending contract will be traded, although Cavs sources say that improving is absolutely the point, but that Cavaliers head coach Mike Brown and the staff like what Wally brings to the table, and it would take a serious deal for them to consider moving Wally. The Cavs are sitting at just over $86 million in salary commitments and Wally's expiring deal means getting closer to the luxury tax threshold next year and reducing the tax the Cavs are on the hook for. Its not out of the question the Cavs deal him if the right player surfaces, but the Cavs at this point going into camp are planning to keep Wally in town.