Clippers Sign Jordan Miller To Two-Way Deal

The Clippers have signed Jordan Miller to a two-way contract, the team announced (via Twitter).

A versatile guard/forward, Miller was the 48th overall pick of June’s draft. He was one of six 2023 second-round picks who had yet to sign an NBA contract; that list is now down to five players, two of whom are expected to play overseas.

Miller, 23, had a strong “super senior” season for Miami (FL) in 2022/23, averaging 15.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.2 steals on .545/.352/.784 shooting in 37 games (35.0 minutes per night). He helped the Hurricanes reach the Final Four of the NCAA tournament, where they fell to eventual champion UConn.

The Clippers currently have 16 players on standard contracts, with 15 of those deals being guaranteed. Miller will occupy the second of three possible two-way slots; Moussa Diabate holds the other.

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