Blazers Sign C.J. Wilcox To Two-Way Contract

AUGUST 9: The Blazers have officially signed Wilcox to a two-way contract, the team announced today in a press release.

AUGUST 8: The Trail Blazers have agreed to a two-way deal with former Washington standout C.J. Wilcox, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN (via Twitter). Just yesterday, basketball journalist David Pick tweeted Wilcox was reportedly drawing interest overseas interest for Baskonia Vitoria, but the former first-rounder will instead remain in the United States.

Wilcox, 26, appeared in 22 games with the Magic last season, averaging a mere 1.0 PPG. Selected 28th overall by the Clippers in 2014, Wilcox has failed to transition his collegiate success to the professional level. In 66 career NBA contests, Wilcox has posted averages of 2.0 PPG, 0.5 RPG, and 0.5 APG while suiting up for the Clippers and Magic.

Portland will hope that Wilcox, entering his fourth professional season, can rediscover his once productive form as he resumes his career domestically.

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2 thoughts on “Blazers Sign C.J. Wilcox To Two-Way Contract

    • yoyo137

      Ironically those are the only two CJs they’ve had in their history. I think it’s a little crazier that DeMarre Carroll and DeMar Derozan were on the Raptors together, I know their names are slightly different but still.

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