The Nuggets announced Tuesday that Cook (ankle) signed a two-way contract with the team. Cook had already signed a contract with the team back in late June, but he wasn't able to participate in summer league due to a high ankle sprain he suffered in pre-draft workouts. Despite that, Cook will officially take up one of the Nuggets' two-way contract slots and be allowed to spend up to 45 days in the NBA during his rookie season.
Cook signed a contract with the Nuggets on Friday, but won't participate in the NBA Summer League due to an ankle injury, Mike Hlas of The Gazette reports. Cook was able to snag a partially-guaranteed contract after going undrafted out of Iowa, securing an invitation to preseason training camp. The forward won't be able to participate in the NBA Summer League after reportedly sustaining a high ankle sprain during a workout with the Pistons on June 6.
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