Nets Sign Jeremiah Martin To Two-Way Contract

G League guard Jeremiah Martin has signed a two-way contract with the Nets, the team announced on Twitter, barely beating the deadline for this season.

An opening was created earlier tonight when Brooklyn gave a 10-day contract to two-way player Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot after letting Justin Anderson‘s 10-day deal expire.

Martin, 23, signed an Exhibit 10 deal with the Heat over the summer after going undrafted out of Memphis. He was waived before the season began and joined Miami’s G League affiliate in Sioux Falls, where he averaged 18.5 PPG in 21 games.

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4 thoughts on “Nets Sign Jeremiah Martin To Two-Way Contract

  1. phenomenalajs

    I figured this could be their plan. They signed Justin Anderson just in time for his ten-day contract to expire at the 2-way deadline. Does Martin get the benefit of a regular 2-way contract or is he left with the remaining NBA time from TLC’s 2-way?

    • Luke Adams

      He’ll get 24 NBA days + the 18 at the end of the NBA season after the G League regular season ends.

  2. Chris Ekstrand

    He gets the prorated amount of NBA days based on the NBA schedule. It has nothing to do with TLC’s status. So Martin will have roughly half of the 45 days you get if you have a two-way for the entire season.

  3. formerlyz

    Really liked him in summer league and training camp, although I didn’t know he could score the way he has. Originally hoped he would have got 1 of the Heat’s 2 way deals entering the season. Not surprised he was signed. Has some Heat DNA. Slightly reminiscent of Rodney Mcgruder in some areas. Hope this works out, and if not, hope he gets another look in summer league next year

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