Mavericks Sign Alex Fudge To Two-Way Deal

11:42am: Fudge’s new contract is official, the Mavericks announced (via Twitter).

10:17am: Alex Fudge will join the Mavericks on a two-way contract, agent Shayaun Saee of One Legacy Sports tells ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski (Twitter link).

The 20-year-old small forward began the season on a two-way deal with the Lakers, appearing in four games before being waived in early January. He returned to the G League’s South Bay Lakers, where he’s averaging 7.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in 18 regular season games.

Fudge signed with L.A. last summer after going undrafted out of Florida. He played one season at LSU before joining the Gators.

Dallas will have a full 18-man roster once Fudge’s signing becomes official.

Today marks the last day this season that players can be signed to two-way contracts. Dallas’ deal with Fudge leaves Atlanta, Indiana and New York as the remaining teams that currently have openings.

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