The Nuggets have announced their 20-man training camp roster, and with it the signing of Matt Ryan, per a team press release.
Ryan, a 6’7″ rookie forward, went undrafted in 2020 after spending his final season with Chattanooga. He had his most productive season by far as a senior, averaging 15.4 PPG, 4.9 RPG, and 1.9 APG in 30.6 MPG for the Mocs, with a shooting line of .423/.359/.879 across 33 games. He played for Notre Dame and Vanderbilt earlier in his collegiate career, but struggled to gain traction with either team.
The release doesn’t specify the exact details of Ryan’s contract, but it will likely be a standard Exhibit 10 contract.
The signing of Davon Reed, which our JD Shaw previously reported, is now official, per the release.
Denver’s reported deal with Giorgi Bezhanishvili still isn’t official yet, but it could occur later in the preseason.
The Nuggets have 14 players with guaranteed contracts, and guard PJ Dozier has a partial guarantee of $200K. Both of the team’s two-way spots are filled.
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Anything to get him off the Falcons