Jamario Moon Signs With D-League

Jamario Moon has signed with the D-League and will join a team when he clears waivers later this week, reports Scott Schroeder of Ridiculous Upside.

The 31-year-old Moon made his NBA debut in 2007 for the Raptors, and quickly became a regular fixture in Toronto's starting lineup. Moon also played for the Heat, Cavs, and Clippers over the course of his four years in the NBA. He was part of the deadline deal last season that sent him and Mo Williams to Los Angeles in exchange for Baron Davis and the first-round pick that eventually became Kyrie Irving.

A solid defender, Moon averaged 6.4 points and 4.3 rebounds in 22.8 minutes per game for his career. His PER slipped in each of his four seasons, from 15.0 as a rookie to 10.1 last season.

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2 thoughts on “Jamario Moon Signs With D-League

  1. IndyNate

    Wow, some decent players signing with the D-League. If this gets him into playing shape, it might get him onto an NBA roster, especially if they have 13 players active.


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