Center Hamady Ndiaye spent one night with the NBA Development League’s Reno Bighorns before he was recalled to the Sacramento Kings on Saturday.
According to CSNBayArea.com, Ndiaye will join the team tonight in Salt Lake City for their game with the Utah Jazz.
Ndiaye played 24 minutes Friday night for the Bighorns, finishing with seven points, seven rebounds, two assists and four blocked shots.
Ndiaye, 26, played collegiately at Rutgers and was a second-round pick by the Timberwolves in 2010. He played 19 games over two seasons with the Washington Wizards in 2010-11 and 2011-12 before playing last season in the Chinese Basketball Association for Tianjin RongGang.
He signed with the Kings in September after playing for Dallas in the Summer League.
Ndiaye had played in nine of Sacramento’s first 16 games this season, scoring two points and grabbing 13 rebounds in 52 minutes. He has previous D-League experience, playing 11 games for the Dakota Wizards in 2010-11 and 23 games with both the Iowa Energy and Maine Red Claws in 2011-12.