The Cleveland Cavaliers have converted center Moses Brown’s two-way contract into a standard NBA deal.
Brown had previously completed two 10-day contracts with Cleveland before signing a two-way deal.
Since big man Jarrett Allen is still sidelined, the Cavs needed another center to fill the void in the front court.
Brown has played in 13 games with Cleveland this season, and he’s averaged 6.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game with his new team.
The Cavs are currently 8th in the Eastern Conference and will battle in the play-in tournament for the upcoming playoffs.
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