Grant, 28, was drafted with the 19th overall pick in 2015 and appeared in 279 regular season games over the next five years for New York, Chicago, Orlando, and Washington. Over the course of those five seasons, he averaged 6.1 PPG and 2.9 APG on .411/.323/.770 shooting in 17.9 minutes per contest.
After suiting up as a substitute player for the Wizards during the summer restart, Grant signed a training camp contract with the Rockets, but didn’t make the team’s regular season roster and was cut on December 16.
Grant’s deal with Promitheas Patras – a club that competes in the Greek League and the EuroCup – will reunite him with his brother Jerai Grant, who signed with the Greek squad last week. Both Jerian and Jerai are brothers of Pistons forward Jerami Grant.