Pelicans Sign Trevon Bluiett To Two-Way Contract

JULY 17: Bluiett officially signed his two-way contract today, according to a photo published on his Twitter account.

JULY 12: Trevon Bluiett has turned an impressive summer league performance into a two-way deal with New Orleans, tweets Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports. Bluiett’s agent, Cervando Tejeda, confirmed the agreement to Charania.

Bluiett went undrafted out of Xavier after averaging 19.3 PPG during his senior season. He joined the Pelicans‘ entry in the Las Vegas Summer League and made an immediate impact, scoring 50 points in the team’s first two games while hitting 12 of 18 on 3-pointers. He was averaging 21.0 points per game heading into today’s contest.

The Pelicans will still have a two-way spot open once the deal with Bluiett is finalized. You can keep up with all the latest two-way deals in our 2018/19 NBA Two-Way Contract Tracker.

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3 thoughts on “Pelicans Sign Trevon Bluiett To Two-Way Contract

  1. moazetongue

    Not sure why, other than his age, teams wouldn’t at least draft him in the 2nd round. Pure shooter past the arc.

  2. x%sure

    Senior guards that led Xavier to a #3 ranking, Bluitt & Macura, stayed completely under the radar for the draft. Harumph. Bluitt is long-limbed and shot 42% on 3s.

    Supposedly he’s not quick enough to defend other 2Gs. So play him at the 3!

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