The Orlando Magic have reached an agreement with Kevon Harris on a two-way contract, multiple league sources confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel Monday morning.
Introduced during the 2017-18 season, two-way contracts are deals intended for development, with players going back and forth between a franchise’s NBA team and G League affiliate. Each team can sign a pair of players to two-way deals.
Two-way players will once again have a 50-game limit in the regular season to be on their NBA team’s active roster in 2022-23 after the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association had scrapped that limit in 2021-22 because of teams’ COVID-19 outbreaks.
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