Another player has secured a full-time contract in the NBA after playing well on his 10-day hardship contract.
On Tuesday, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported that Charlie Brown Jr. had signed a two-way contract with the Philadelphia 76ers following the end of his 10-day hardship contract.
The 76ers had to release former Michigan State forward Aaron Henry to make room for Brown’s contract.
Brown is in his third season in the NBA after going undrafted out of Saint Joesph’s, where he averaged 16 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 1.3 assists per game in two seasons in college.
He has only played 24 career games to date for four different teams, the Atlanta Hawks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Dallas Mavericks, and 76ers, accumulating a career average of 2.8 points and 1.2 rebounds per game.
Since being signed, Brown has only suited up two times for Philadelphia, scoring four points and grabbing four steals combined in his two appearances.
Henry is a rookie out of Michigan State who had suited up six times for the 76ers before being cut.