the list of temporary workers 2022-2023

Introduced since the 2017-2018 season, two-way contracts facilitate the shuttle between the NBA and the GLeague. Here is the complete list for the 2022-2023 season.

Introduced since the 2017-2018 season, the two-way contracts allow franchises to have two additional contracts, in addition to the 15 players of the initial roster. Provided by the CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement), these contracts are strictly regulated: the two players in question spend most of their time on the affiliated GLeague team and can be called up to the NBA for 50 games. A kind of bridge between the two Leagues which aims to incubate certain talents still too early for the NBA.

Last year, several players obtained a guaranteed contract after going through this box. In New Orleans, for example, the leader Jose Alvarado transformed the try thanks to his gluepot defense. Aurol from a standard contract, he will be in the Pelicans squad again this campaign. With the Clippers, it’s Amir Coffey who knew how to impose himself in the rotations of Tyronn Lue shooting 9.0 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 23 minutes. A rise in power rewarded by a deal of 11 million over three years. The Rockets sniper Garrison Mathews did the same by obtaining an 8.2 million contract over 4 years thanks to his 10 point average off the bench. Finally, the most convincing case surely remains that of Caleb Martin. Signed in extremity by the Heat, the former Hornet showed the extent of his talent in positions 3 and 4. Result, Pat Riley granted him a deal of 20 million over three years.

This season, we will necessarily have an eye on the French, starting with the Clippers rookie, Moussa Diabat. Draft in 43rd position out of Michigan, he has a small card to play in the California racket, where only Ivica Zubac and Moses Brown are pivots by trade. Transferred by the Thunder then cut by the Rockets, the tricolor leader Tho Maledon was signed in extremis by the Hornets. Behind LaMelo Ball, the competition is not increased and the former Villeurbannais also has a chance to make his place in the workforce.

NBA teams Players Positions GLeague Teams
Atlanta Hawks Trent Forrest Leader College Park Skyhawks
Atlanta Hawks Jarrett Culver back College Park Skyhawks
Boston Celtics JD Davison Leader Maine Celtics
Boston Celtics Mfiondu Kabengele Pivot Maine Celtics
Brooklyn Nets Alondes Williams Leader Long Island Nets
Brooklyn Nets David Duke back Long Island Nets
Charlotte Hornets Tho Maledon Leader Greensboro Swarm
Charlotte Hornets Bryce McGowens back Greensboro Swarm
Chicago Bulls Malcolm Hill Winger Windy City Bulls
Chicago Bulls Kostas Antetokounmpo Strong Winger Windy City Bulls
Cleveland Cavaliers Isaiah Mobley Strong Winger Cleveland Charge
Cleveland Cavaliers Mamadi Diakit Pivot Cleveland Charge
Dallas Mavericks Tyler Dorsey back Texas Legends
Dallas Mavericks McKinley Wright IV Leader Texas Legends
Denver Nuggets Collin Gillespie Leader Grand Rapids Gold
Denver Nuggets Jack White Winger Grand Rapids Gold
Detroit Pistons Braxton Key Winger Motor City Cruise
Detroit Pistons Buddy Boeheim back Motor City Cruise
Golden State Warriors You Jerome Leader Santa Cruz Warriors
Golden State Warriors Anthony Lamb Winger Santa Cruz Warriors
Houston Rockets Trevor Hudgins Leader Rio Grande Valley Vipers
Houston Rockets Darius Days Strong Winger Rio Grande Valley Vipers
Indiana Pacers The Queen of Travel back Fort Wayne Mad Ant
Indiana Pacers Kendall Brown Winger Fort Wayne Mad Ant
Los Angeles Clippers Moussa Diabat Strong Winger Ontario Clippers
Los Angeles Clippers Moses Brown Pivot Ontario Clippers
Los Angeles Lakers Scotty Pippen Jr Leader South Bay Lakers
Los Angeles Lakers Cole Swider Winger South Bay Lakers
Memphis Grizzlies Kenneth Lofton Jr Strong Winger Memphis Hustle
Memphis Grizzlies Vince Williams Jr Winger Memphis Hustle
Miami Heat Jamal Cain Winger Sioux Falls Skyforce
Miami Heat Dru Smith back Sioux Falls Skyforce
Milwaukee Bucks Sandro Mamukelashvili Pivot Wisconsin Herd
Milwaukee Bucks AJ Green Leader Wisconsin Herd
The Minnesota Timberwolves Eric Paschall Strong Winger Iowa Wolves
The Minnesota Timberwolves Luke Garz Pivot Iowa Wolves
New Orleans Pelicans Dereon Seabron back Birmingham Squadron
New Orleans Pelicans EJ Liddell Strong Winger Birmingham Squadron
New York Knicks Feron Hunt Winger Westchester Knicks
New York Knicks Trevor Keels back Westchester Knicks
Oklahoma City Thunder Lindy Waters III back Oklahoma City Blue
Oklahoma City Thunder Eugene Omoruyi Winger Oklahoma City Blue
Orlando Magic Admiral Schofield Strong Winger Lakeland Magic
Orlando Magic Kevon Harris Winger Lakeland Magic
Philadelphia Sixers Julian Champagnie Winger Delaware Blue Coats
Philadelphia Sixers Michael Foster Jr Strong Winger Delaware Blue Coats
Phoenix Suns Duane Washington Jr Leader
Phoenix Suns Ish Wainright Strong Winger
Portland Trailblazers Olivier Sarr Strong Winger
Portland Trailblazers John Butler Pivot
Sacramento Kings Keon Ellis back Stockton Kings
Sacramento Kings Nehemiah Keta Pivot Stockton Kings
san antonio spurs Dominick Barlow Strong Winger Austin Spurs
san antonio spurs Jordan Hall Winger Austin Spurs
Toronto Raptors Ron Harper Jr back Raptors 905
Toronto Raptors Jeff Dowtin Leader Raptors 905
Utah Jazz Johnny Juzang Winger Salt Lake City Stars
Utah Jazz Micah Potter Pivot Salt Lake City Stars
Washington Wizards Jordan Switch back Capital City Go-Go
Washington Wizards Jordan Goodwin Leader Capital City Go-Go

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