Brown signed a two-way contract Tuesday with the Raptors. Brown spent the 2016-17 in China with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls and with the Grand Rapids Drive of the G League. Brown averaged 23.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in 11 outings with the Drive last season and will likely spend most of next season in the G League once again.
Updating a previous report, Brown won't be eligible to sign with the Pistons after the NBA's transaction deadline passed Sunday, according to Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports. Charania reported earlier Monday that Brown would join the Pistons after the team waived veteran guard Beno Udrih (knee), but both moves have since been voided. Udrih will thus stick with the Pistons for the final two games of the regular season, but he's not expected to be available due to the knee injury. The Pistons have a prior history with Brown after the point guard joined the team for training camp last fall, and another reunion could end up materializing over the offseason.
Brown will sign a contract Monday with the Pistons, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports. Brown, who spent summer league and training camp with the Pistons, hasn't appeared in an NBA game this season, instead splitting the year between the Chinese Basketball Association and the D-League. With only two games remaining, the Pistons are just bringing in Brown to provide some more depth at point guard since backup Beno Udrih (knee), who will be waived in a corresponding move, was unlikely to be available for those contests. Brown should also have an opportunity to stake his claim to a roster spot during training camp next fall.
Brown signed a contract Friday with the D-League's Grand Rapid Drive, Chris Reichert of The Step Back reports. After being cut by the Pistons following the preseason, Brown signed with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls of the Chinese Basketball Association before returning stateside. He'll attempt to continue his career in the D-League, and if he plays well, he could receive interest from NBA teams on a 10-day contract.
Brown signed a contract Thursday with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls of the Chinese Basketball Association, Sportando reports. After losing out to Ray McCallum for the third-string job at point guard while attending training camp with the Pistons, Brown has finally found a new home. If he impresses during his stint in China, he could get a look at the NBA level at some point in the spring.
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