The Spurs have signed rookie guard/forward Jordan Hall to a two-way contract, as the team announced last week, and the deal is for two years, per Michael Scotto of HoopsHype.
Hall, 20, is 6-foot-8 and went undrafted out of St. Joseph’s. He then appeared in five games with the Spurs’ summer-league team, proving to be a skilled passer with size.
He joins fellow rookie Dominick Barlow as the Spurs’ two-ways players. They now have a full roster following the signing of Gorgui Dieng (full post).
Two-way players can appear in 50 NBA games before needing to be signed to a standard contract. So Hall will be splitting time between San Antonio and the G-League’s Austin Spurs.
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