Brown, 23,is 7-foot-2 and has appeared in 34 games, averaging 4.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in 8.5 minutes a night. The Clippers signed him to a two-way deal in October, after initially signing him to an Exhibit 10 contract at the start of free agency.
The move opens a two-way slot for the Clippers, in addition to their available standard contract spot, Murray noted.
Brown was activated for the 50th time in Wednesday’s road win over the Suns. Two-way players can be active no more than 50 times before their contract must become a standard deal. So by waiving Brown, the Clippers are able to avoid such a decision.
Brown has also spent time with the Cavaliers, Mavericks, Thunder and Trail Blazers since entering the NBA in 2019.
LA Clippers will waive Moses Brown, per sources. Opens up a two-way contract slot in addition to the open standard contract slot. Post trade deadline evaluation period continues. https://t.co/vJs7McsQo8
— Law Murray ? (@LawMurrayTheNU) February 17, 2023