The Charlotte Hornets prepare for this season and beyond.

According to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, Charlotte signed a contract with Bryce McGowans (guard, 198cm, 79kg).

This contract is a four-year, $7.4 million contract with a team option included in the final year of the contract. Details are not known, but contracts like this may contain conditions that are not guaranteed in the second or third year.

Charlotte’s contract seems to be intended to use McGowans for the rest of the season. First of all, it should be seen that the contract for this season was guaranteed. This is because this contract was carried out while the previous two-way deal was converted into a formal contract. He recorded 4.1 points (.379 .364 .786), 1.7 rebounds and 1 assist in 14.7 minutes per game in 26 games this season.

He first hooked up with the NBA this season, getting occasional appearances early in the season while his starting pitchers struggled with injuries. He scored his first goal since advancing to the NBA in an away game against the Atlanta Hawks on October 24 (Korean time), and scored 12 points, including a 3-pointer, in an away game against the Memphis Grizzlies on November 5, reaching the first double digits. He also scored.

He usually played a lot of time when the score gap widened, but on Jan. 19 against the Houston Rockets it was the first game he scored 10 or more and the team won. On this day, he played more than 20 minutes and scored 10 points토토사이트, 4 rebounds and 3 assists, including two 3-pointers, and supported the main team. In the home game against the San Antonio Spurs on the 16th, he contributed to the team’s victory by scoring 11 points.

His performance did not stand out, but he is a young player now in his 20s. It is equipped with an outside shot, so it can launch a support shot when necessary. It is understood that Charlotte is willing to give him more chances for the rest of the season. He seems to be intent on making the most of the prospects, as he is virtually out of playoffs. As a result, McGowans’ contract was switched and a multi-year contract was agreed.

He entered the NBA through the last 2022 draft. He was called up by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the second round with the 10th pick. Shortly after his nomination, he was traded to Charlotte. Charlotte sent the 2023 second round pick to Josh Minot (15th pick in the second round of 2022) and secured the pick for McGowans. After that, I signed a two-way deal rather than a rookie contract, and I made my mark by fulfilling my duties this season.

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