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Suns Sign Jordan McRae To 10-Day Pact

FRIDAY, 12:54pm: The signing is official, the team announced. Phoenix plays five games, against the Knicks, Mavs, Raptors, Rockets and Jazz, in the next 10 days.

WEDNESDAY, 9:20pm: The Suns intend to sign free agent shooting guard Jordan McRae to a 10-day contract, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports (via Twitter). The Suns currently possess 15 players on their roster but Lorenzo Brown‘s second 10-day deal is set to expire on tonight, thus clearing a spot for McRae. Teams can only ink players to a maximum of two 10-day deals per campaign and Phoenix would have had to ink Brown for the remainder of the season if it wished to retain him.

McRae was the 58th overall pick out of Tennessee back in 2014, though the Spurs promptly traded his rights to the Sixers. The now 24-year-old played for Philadelphia’s D-League affiliate late last season after spending the first part of 2014/15 playing overseas in Australia. In September, he signed the required tender of a one-year, non-guaranteed, minimum-salary deal that Philadelphia had to offer to retain his draft rights.

The Sixers waived him during the preseason this year after he averaged 7.1 points over seven appearances. In 28 games for the Sixers D-League affiliate in Delaware this season, McRae has averaged 23.1 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5.2 assists. His shooting line is .452/.310/.798.

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3 thoughts on “Suns Sign Jordan McRae To 10-Day Pact

  1. After scoring 61 last night, no surprise he got signed today.

    • Chuck Myron

      I wonder if anyone else will start gunning to see if they can invoke the “score 61, get out of the D-League” card. At any rate, it looks like the Suns are going to cycle through several different prospects on 10-day contracts this season. Good way to use the 10-day deal in what increasingly looks like a rebuilding year.

  2. Steve in Chicago

    McRae is a serious shooter and I don’t know why the Sixers didn’t keep him after touting him heavily while he was overseas.

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