Los Angeles Clippers Cut Ties With Big Man

Players on two-way contracts are only allowed to be on an NBA team's active list for 50 games over the course of the season. The rest is usually spent at the G League. After that, the player either needs to be converted to a full contract, or waived. Unfortunately for Los Angeles Clippers 7'2" center Moses Brown, it's the latter.

The Clippers' acquisition of veteran center Mason Plumlee at the trade deadline made this move inevitable.  

In his 50 games with the Clippers, Brown got into 34 of them, averaging 8.5 minutes, 4.6 points and 4.1 boards. The Clippers mutually agreed with the 23-year-old to waive him so that he might have a chance to catch on with another club.  

In the G League, with the Ontario Clippers, Brown was averaging 11.8 points and 12.3 rebounds along with 1.5 blocked shots in just 23 minutes per game over four contests. 

Brown has played parts of four seasons in the NBA, with five different teams. In 126 games in total, he's averaged 12.6 minutes, with 5.6 points and 5.3 rebounds. 

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