Clippers Convert Moses Brown To Two-Way Deal

The Clippers have converted Moses Brown‘s Exhibit 10 contract into a two-way deal, the team announced (via Twitter). L.A. had an open two-way slot, so no other roster move is required.

A center who just turned 23 years old on Thursday, Brown went undrafted out of UCLA in 2019. Brown has appeared in 92 regular season games (38 starts, 14.1 MPG) over the past three seasons with the Blazers, Thunder, Mavericks and Cavaliers, holding career averages of 6.0 PPG and 5.8 RPG while shooting 55.4% from the floor and 60.2% from the charity stripe.

Brown possesses great size at 7’2″, is a strong rebounder, and he plays hard, but his skill set is pretty limited. For example, he only has 12 career assists in 1298 minutes at the NBA level.

Still, the Clippers lack size in the frontcourt behind starting center Ivica Zubac, so Brown seemed like a good candidate to receive the second two-way spot. Second-rounder Moussa Diabate currently holds the other.

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