Josh Hall to Sign Two-Way Deal with Thunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder will sign undrafted forward Josh Hall to a two-way contract, Jake Weingarten of Stock Risers reports. He’ll split time between the team’s main club and their G League affiliate, the Oklahoma Blue.

Hall will arrive in Oklahoma City after a postgraduate season at Moravian Prep. He had committed to N.C. State for the 2020-21 hoops season but ultimately chose to enter the NBA Draft.

Hall’s path bears a striking resemblance to that of new teammate Jalen Lecque. Lecque committed to N.C. State for the 2019-20 campaign but pulled out to enter the draft. He went undrafted and promptly inked a deal with the Phoenix Suns.

Similarly, Hall will have Luguentz Dort to turn to for advice. Dort signed a two-way pact with the Thunder mere hours after going undrafted in the 2019 draft.

Hall was ranked No. 40 by ESPN last season and No. 21 by Rivals.


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