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Former LSU point guard Tremont Waters has signed a two-way contract with the Boston Celtics, the team announced this week.

A two-way contract allows a player "to spend a finite amount of time with their respective NBA team and the rest of their season with a G-League affiliate," according to SBNation.

Selected by the Celtics in the second round (51 overall), Waters averaged 15.6 points (42.3% FG, 80.7% FT), 3.1 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 2.5 steals and 32.7 minutes over 66 collegiate games at Louisiana State University. He finished his sophomore season in 2018-19 as one of five finalists for the 2018-19 Bob Cousy Award – honoring the nation’s top point guard – in addition to earning All-SEC First Team honors and All-Defensive recognition.

Waters started in all five of the team’s summer league games, recording 11.2 points (37.9% FG), 1.8 rebounds, 4.8 assists, and 2.0 steals in 24.3 minutes. He scored in double figures three times, including a summer league-high 16 points in the team’s summer finale against the Grizzlies on July 13.
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Whats a two way contract?
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He’ll essentially be on the Celtic’s G league team, but they can call him up at any time to play on the NBA team. He gets paid based on which league he’s playing in on that day.
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Just read...
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