Hornets, Caleb Martin Agree On Three-Year Deal

Caleb Martin, whose Exhibit 10 contract was converted into a two-way deal with the Hornets earlier today, has agreed on a three-year pact with the team, tweets Shams Charania of The Athletic. The new arrangement will include a partial guarantee.

We told you earlier today that Charlotte is considering two-way deals with Kobi Simmons and Jalen McDaniels, so Martin may eventually be moved onto the regular roster. Robert Franks currently occupies the other two-way slot, while Simmons and McDaniels are still with the team on non-guaranteed deals.

Martin, a 24-year-old shooting guard, signed with the Hornets in July after going undrafted out of Nevada. He played there with his twin brother Cody Martin, who also won a roster spot after being selected by Charlotte with the 36th pick in this year’s draft.

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3 thoughts on “Hornets, Caleb Martin Agree On Three-Year Deal

  1. On defense they are. They’re both extremely athletic can block shots Etc. On offense two different players one more point guard with a very squared up jump shot and doesn’t really look to score a whole lot. The other guy a pure Gunner, awkward-looking jumper and not shy shooter. Will miss five in a row but then make 7 in a row from distance.

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