Brandon Goodwin, Hawks Agree To Two-Way Deal

The Hawks will bring in Brandon Goodwin on a two-way deal, Shams Charania of The Athletic tweets. Each team is awarded a pair of two-way deals and Atlanta has already used one on Charlie Brown Jr., as our Two-Way Contract Tracker shows.

Goodwin was not selected in the 2018 NBA Draft. He went to camp with the Grizzlies last fall on an Exhibit 10 deal and latched on with the Nuggets later in the season, ultimately occupying one of their two-way deals.

The point guard played in 16 games for Denver last season where he scored a total of 23 points and dished out 14 assists over 57 minutes of action. Goodwin most recently played for the franchise’s Summer League team.

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2 thoughts on “Brandon Goodwin, Hawks Agree To Two-Way Deal

  1. _sturt_

    Mr. Crouse, your Two-Way Contract Tracker needs updating. It’s wrong.

    Alex Poythress and Jaylen Adams were last year’s two-ways for ATL.

    Goodwin joins previous signee Charlie Brown… as previously documented here…

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  2. Chris Crouse

    Nice catch. We’ve updated the post with the 2019/20 Two-Way Tracker.

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