JULY 3: The Knicks have officially signed Trier to his two-way deal, the team announced in a press release. He’ll join Hicks in New York’s two-way slots, with Kornet getting a promotion to a standard NBA contract.
JUNE 21: Arizona’s Allonzo Trier will join the Knicks on a two-way contract, tweets Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports.
New York is currently at its allotment of two-way players with Luke Kornet and Isaiah Hicks, but both are on one-year deals, so Trier can be added when they expire at the end of June.
Trier, 22, missed part of his junior season after testing positive for a banned substance. He was second on the team in scoring at 18.1 points per game, trailing only tonight’s No. 1 pick, Deandre Ayton.
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3 thoughts on “Knicks Sign Allonzo Trier To Two-Way Deal”
1 of more than a few players I thought would get drafted. There are some good options out there.
Seems like a good move, just let’s hope they keep him away of whatever substance he likes.
He’s a really gifted and pretty polished offensive player (he’s not a project, on the court anyway). No guarantee it translates to the NBA, as he doesn’t have ideal size, but it won’t take long to learn about him. Summer league. G-League. Soon.