After having an incredible Summer League with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Naz Mitrou-Long has finally landed his deal for the next basketball season.
It’s not with Cleveland though.
It was reported on Tuesday that Mitrou-Long, who spent the last two seasons as a two-way player with the Utah Jazz, will join the Indiana Pacers organization next year.
Pacers reached agreement with Naz Mitrou-Long on a two-way contract, league sources told @ShamsCharania and me.
He’s their second two-way guy, along with Brian Bowen II.
— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) July 30, 2019
Mitrou-Long averaged 16.8 points per game while playing for the Cavs in the NBA’s Summer League. Mitrou-Long actually played for the Pacers Summer League team in 2017-18, so he is somewhat familiar with the organization.
Mitrou-Long averaged 18.8 points per game in 32 games for the G-League’s Salt Lake City Stars last season.
Indiana’s G-League team is located in Fort Wayne.