Two-way agreement with center released in Sacramento Boston
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According to Shams Canary, who is fluent in NBA, Boston agreed to a two-way contract with Quetta on the 17th (Korea Standard Time).
Quetta, a 7-foot (213cm) center, likes to finish on the rim with excellent athletic ability and also shows her defensive presence. Quetta, the first NBA leaguer from Portugal, joined the Sacramento Kings with the 39th overall draft pick in 2021. In the past two seasons, he has played 20 NBA regular league games as a two-way contractor.
Quetta, who played as a starting pitcher for the Stockton Kings of the G League last season, played in 29 regular league games in the G League, scoring 16.8 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 1.9 blocks per game. As a result, Quetta was honored to be selected for the All-G League team and the defensive team by finishing second in the G League MVP vote.
However, Sacramento was full of resources to see the center, including Domantas Sabonis, Alex Len, and Jervale McGee. Therefore, Sacramento has recently come to release Quetta.
Meanwhile, Boston urgently transfused the 7-foot center with Quetta.
However, even in Boston, it may be difficult for Quetta to be given a lot of playing time. Last year, Boston granted two-way contractor Mpiondu Cabenkele four regular league games and only 36 minutes to play. Boston ran the big man lineup last season as Robert Williams III, Luke Konen, Noah Bone and Blake Griffin in place of Cabenkele.
Nevertheless, Boston also has an element of anxiety. Robert Williams and newly recruited Kristaps Porzingis have a brilliant injury history, and starting center Al Horford is at an age where he is worried about aging. Therefore, if Quetta makes an impressive appearance in the training camp, he will be able to play enough as a player to assist them.
Quetta, who was loved by Sacramento fans, now wants to show Boston fans to block the opponent’s shot and finish by shooting the post with both hands 토토추천사이트