Moon spent part of last season playing for the Lakers' D-League affiliate, appearing in 12 games and posting averages of 17.7 PPG and 7.8 RPG in 37.8 minutes per contest. The 32-year-old hired Karnes as his agent earlier this month, in search of an NBA contract. While teams aren't currently rushing to add players to their rosters, having just made camp cuts, an impressive showing in the D-League could earn Moon another shot at the NBA.
Moon, a five-year veteran, appeared in eight games for the Bobcats in 2011/12, but didn't make the most of his limited minutes. Moon averaged just 2.3 PPG and 2.8 RPG in 15.4 MPG, shooting 29.2% from the floor.