2019/20 NBA Two-Way Contract Tracker

One of the most notable additions to the NBA’s most recent Collective Bargaining Agreement, which went into effect at the start of the 2017/18 league year, is the two-way contract.

As we explain in depth in our FAQ, two-way contracts allow NBA teams to carry two extra players in addition to the 15 on their regular season roster. These players spend most of their time with the club’s G League affiliate, but are eligible to join the NBA roster for up to 45 days per season, and remain under team control — they can’t be poached by rival franchises.

Since the inception of the two-way deal, several two-way players have proven crucial to their respective teams’ success. Quinn Cook, Tyrone Wallace, Danuel House, Allonzo Trier, Gary Clark, and Edmond Sumner are among those who have parlayed two-way contracts into NBA deals over the last two years.

NBA teams have begun to fill in their two-way slots for the 2019/20 league year, so we’ll track all those deals in the space below. Some two-way players from 2018/19 inked two-year contracts and remain under contract for this season, while others have been newly signed.

If a signing hasn’t been officially announced as a two-way contract, but has been reported as such, we’ll make a note of that, and update the info as necessary. Players who are in the first year of two-way contracts that cover two years (the maximum length), will be noted with an asterisk once that info is confirmed.

This tracker will continue to be updated throughout the 2019/20 league year, and can be found anytime in the “Hoops Rumors Features” menu on the right-hand sidebar of our desktop site, or in the “Features” menu on our mobile site.

Here are 2019/20’s two-way players:

Updated 11-4-19

Atlanta Hawks

  1. Charlie Brown Jr., SF
  2. Brandon Goodwin, PG

Boston Celtics

  1. Tremont Waters, PG
  2. Tacko Fall, C

Brooklyn Nets

  1. Henry Ellenson, F/C
  2. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, SF

Charlotte Hornets

  1. Robert Franks, F
  2. Kobi Simmons, PG

Chicago Bulls

  1. Adam Mokoka, SG
  2. Max Strus, SG

Cleveland Cavaliers

  1. Dean Wade, PF
  2. Tyler Cook, PF

Dallas Mavericks

  1. Antonius Cleveland, SG
  2. Josh Reaves, SG

Denver Nuggets

  1. Bol Bol, C
  2. PJ Dozier, SG

Detroit Pistons

  1. Louis King, SF
  2. Jordan Bone, PG

Golden State Warriors

  1. Ky Bowman, PG
  2. Damion Lee, SG

Houston Rockets

  1. Chris Clemons, PG
  2. Michael Frazier, SG

Indiana Pacers

  1. Brian Bowen II, SF
  2. Naz Mitrou-Long, SG

Los Angeles Clippers

  1. Amir Coffey, G/F
  2. Johnathan Motley, F/C

Los Angeles Lakers

  1. Zach Norvell Jr., SG
  2. Kostas Antetokounmpo, F

Memphis Grizzlies

  1. Yuta Watanabe, G/F
  2. John Konchar, SG

Miami Heat

  1. Chris Silva, PF
  2. Daryl Macon, G

Milwaukee Bucks

  1. Cameron Reynolds, SG
  2. Frank Mason, PG

Minnesota Timberwolves

  1. Jordan McLaughlin, PG
  2. Kelan Martin, SF

New Orleans Pelicans

  1. Zylan Cheatham, F
  2. Josh Gray, PG

New York Knicks

  1. Kadeem Allen, PG
  2. Ivan Rabb, PF

Oklahoma City Thunder

  1. Luguentz Dort, SG
  2. Devon Hall, SG

Orlando Magic

  1. Josh Magette, PG
  2. B.J. Johnson, SG

Philadelphia 76ers

  1. Norvel Pelle, F/C
  2. Marial Shayok, G/F

Phoenix Suns

  1. Jared Harper, PG
  2. Empty

Portland Trail Blazers

  1. Jaylen Hoard, F
  2. Moses Brown, C

Sacramento Kings

  1. Kyle Guy, G
  2. DaQuan Jeffries, G/F

San Antonio Spurs

  1. Drew Eubanks, F/C
  2. Quinndary Weatherspoon, SG

Toronto Raptors

  1. Oshae Brissett, F
  2. Shamorie Ponds, PG

Utah Jazz

  1. Jarrell Brantley, PF
  2. Justin Wright-Foreman, PG

Washington Wizards

  1. Garrison Mathews, SG
  2. Chris Chiozza, PG

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