Suns Sign Jared Harper To Two-Way Deal

JULY 18: The Suns have officially signed Harper to a two-way contract, per RealGM’s log of NBA transactions.

JULY 17: The Suns have reached an agreement to sign undrafted rookie Jared Harper to a two-way contract, reports Gina Mizell of The Athletic (via Twitter).

A 5’11” point guard, Harper declared for the 2019 draft as an early entrant after helping lead Auburn to the Final Four as a junior. In 40 games for the Tigers, he averaged 15.3 PPG and 5.8 APG with a .399/.370/.828 shooting line.

Although Harper wasn’t selected on draft night, he caught on with Phoenix for Summer League play, averaging 10.5 PPG, 2.5 APG, and 2.5 RPG in four games in Las Vegas (21.8 MPG). The Suns liked what they saw from Harper enough to commit one of their two-way contract slots to him.

Phoenix’s other two-way contract slot remains open for now, as our tracker shows.

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4 thoughts on “Suns Sign Jared Harper To Two-Way Deal

  1. FromTheCheapSeats

    If this guy can get onto the floor in the NBA, he’s going to drive opponents crazy. Unbelievable quickness and a relentless motor…

  2. kshank21

    From what i watched in the summer league I’ll put him on the roster over Okobo (never was a fan)

  3. The GM likes high IQ players. Once I saw Harper was on Phx’s summer league team, I figured they would find a way to get him on the team. Even with 4 other PGs.

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