Spurs Sign Ben Moore To Two-Way Contract

NOVEMBER 20: The Spurs have officially signed Moore to a two-way deal, the team announced today in a press release.

NOVEMBER 17: The Spurs will sign former Pacers power forward Ben Moore to a two-way contract, tweets Shams Charania of The Athletic.

Indiana waived Moore two weeks ago to free up a roster spot. He re-signed with the team over the summer, agreeing to a partially guaranteed deal, but hadn’t appeared in any games this year. He got into two games last season as a two-way player. After going unclaimed on waivers, Moore returned to the Pacers’ organization with its G League affiliate in Fort Wayne.

The signing will fill the second two-way slot for San Antonio, which had been among a handful of NBA teams with an opening. Center/forward Drew Eubanks is the Spurs’ other two-way player.

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  1. Chris Ekstrand

    You just know this is going to work out well for both parties.

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