Rockets Convert Chris Clemons’ Contract To Three-Year Deal

DECEMBER 27: The move is official, the Rockets announced in a press release. As we relayed on Thursday, the minimum-salary deal is guaranteed for 2019/20, with non-guaranteed years to follow.

DECEMBER 26: The Rockets have agreed to convert Chris Clemons‘ two-way contract to a standard deal, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link). The new contract will span across three seasons, including 2019/20.

Clemons used all 45 days of his eligibility in the NBA and would have only been permitted to play in G League contests had the Rockets not promoted him to the standard roster.

The shooting guard has appeared in 20 games for Houston this season. He’s scoring 4.8 points per contest and shooting 39.1% from behind the arc.

The Rockets have had an open roster spot on their 15-man squad since releasing Ryan Anderson earlier in the season, so no corresponding move will be required to make room for Clemons, who will be signed using the mid-level exception.

Houston will open up a two-way contract slot as a result of the deal.

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2 thoughts on “Rockets Convert Chris Clemons’ Contract To Three-Year Deal

    • harden-westbrook-mvps

      $568,422 for the rest of this season
      $1,517,981 (non-guaranteed) for the 2020-21 season
      $1,782,621 (team option) for the 2021-22 season

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