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Pacers Sign C.J. Fair For Camp

SEPTEMBER 5TH: The deal is official, the team announced.

SEPTEMBER 3RD: The signing has taken place, as the RealGM transactions log shows, though the Pacers still haven’t announced the move.

AUGUST 25TH: The Pacers and C.J. Fair have agreed to a non-guaranteed deal that will bring him to camp, reports Shams Charania of RealGM (Twitter link). The news is right on the heels of a report from Mike Waters of The Post-Standard that Fair was set to work out for the team next month, so apparently Indiana is willing to make a camp commitment to the undrafted forward even without the audition. It’s almost certainly a minimum-salary arrangement, though that’s not entirely clear just yet.

That Fair agreed to a non-guaranteed arrangement is surprising, since it appeared as though he was holding out for guaranteed money when he reportedly turned down camp invitations from the Mavs and other NBA teams earlier this summer. He played for the Mavs’ summer league team, making it curious that he didn’t wind up joining Dallas instead of Indiana for camp, though the Mavs have 14 fully guaranteed deals while Indiana is carrying only 13.

He was a fringe second-round prospect heading into the draft who displayed streaky shooting over the final two seasons of his four-year career at Syracuse, as I noted earlier. He’s a combo forward who would perhaps help make up for the loss of injured starting small forward Paul George.

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2 thoughts on “Pacers Sign C.J. Fair For Camp

  1. wendell short

    What’s really going on with the pacers? I’ve been a fan since the ABA and nothing that they are doing is making any sense .seems like almost anyone we trade goes elsewhere and make a name for themselves . I’m sorry if I sound negative but it’s not it all just stating the obvious

    • Patriot Brian M. Jer. 29:11

      I agree, the shellacking Larry took with the Scola trade and letting Lance go with no return, still baffles me. I’ll always be a Bird fan, but he got us in the cap mess we’re in and we can only hope Solomon Hill, Copeland, Miles and the remaining starters step up and do what they’re paid for. I also remember Freddie L., Roger B., Mel D., George M., and Dunkin’ Darnell H. from the Coliseum ABA days and will always be a loyal Pacers fan. I hope if this season goes downhill, it’s just a short term decline and they recover quickly. 🏀 🇺🇸

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