Second-year point guard Jordan Bone has agreed to a two-way contract with the Magic, Shams Charania of The Athletic tweets.
Bone played on a similar contract with the Pistons after being drafted in the second round in 2019 but spent much of the season in the G League. He appeared in 10 games with Detroit but only averaged 5.3 MPG in those outings.
The Pistons, under new GM Troy Weaver, decided not to extend a qualifying offer to Bone. That made the former Tennessee star an unrestricted free agent.
Orlando is also reportedly using its other two-way slot on another point guard, Karim Mane.
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2 thoughts on “Jordan Bone Agrees To Two-Way Deal With Magic”
Great college player
Mateen Cleeves was a great college player too. Not everyone can make the NBA but Bone has a chance to be a bench player.