Toronto Raptors sign Jordan Loyd to two-way contract

  • The Toronto Raptors signed guard Jordan Loyd with a two-way contract, the c's announced via news release on Tuesday. Loyd had signed a deal while using Turkish team Darussafaka, but secured a buyout to ink an arrangement with Toronto.
    Loyd, 25, spent last season with Hapoel Eilat in Israel, where he averaged NBA Live Mobile Coins 17.4 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3.6 assists in 38 games. The former Indianapolis guard was undrafted in 2016 and spent his first professional season from the G League using the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. He averaged 15.1 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 4.0 assists in 49 games with the Indiana Pacers' G League affiliate.
    Under a two-way pact, Loyd will expend a majority from the season together with the G League affiliate Raptors 905. Loyd are going to be permitted to spend as much as 45 days with NBA team and Toronto gets the option to convert his deal in a standard NBA contract.
    The Raptors still need an additional spot for any two-way player after signing Lorenzo Brown to your partially guaranteed one-year pact and rescinding a qualifying offer to Malcolm Miller. MMOAH is the top platform of in-game service all around the world. All clients can buy your satisfied NBA Live Mobile Coins for Sale from MMOAH with cheapest price.