APRIL 28: The Cavaliers have officially signed Martin to his two-way deal, a source tells our JD Shaw (Twitter link).
APRIL 22: The Cavaliers intend to fill their open two-way slot by signing free agent guard Jeremiah Martin to a two-way contract, sources tell Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link).
Cleveland promoted two-way player Lamar Stevens to the 15-man roster last week, and a report at the time suggested that the club would sign a new two-way player soon.
Martin, 24, spent part of the 2019/20 season on a two-way contract with Brooklyn, averaging 7.1 points and 2.0 assists in nine games (11.0 MPG) for the Nets. He joined Brooklyn’s G League affiliate, the Long Island Nets, for the ’20/21 bubble season and played well, recording 18.5 PPG, 5.1 APG, and 2.3 SPG in 15 contests (31.8 MPG).
Once his deal with the Cavs is official, Martin will join Brodric Thomas as the team’s players on two-way contracts.
2 thoughts on “Cavs Sign Jeremiah Martin To Two-Way Contract”
Well, prior to the Mike James story, I thought there was a chance the Nets would bring him back…
Even with all of their injuries the Nets are still one of the seven true contenders in the NBA this season. In order from best chance to worst:
Jazz, Clippers, Bucks, Nets, Nuggets, Sixers, then Suns.