Marcus Garrett

Marcus Garrett inks two-way deal with the Miami Heat

Former KU basketball guard Marcus Garrett will have an opportunity to play in the NBA again next season. This past weekend, the Miami Heat announced that the organization had signed Garrett to a two-way contract. Garrett spent his first season in the professional ranks with the Heat and will return for a second season.
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Darius Days, Marcus Garrett sign two-way contracts with Heat

Darius Days and Marcus Garrett have signed two-way contracts with the Heat. Per team policy, the terms of these deals were not disclosed. In three Summer League games with the Spurs, Days averaged 13.7 points and 10 rebounds per game. The forward led the Spurs in rebounding. Also, he shot 55.6% from the field and 37.5% from 3-point range. For other news, the team waived Javonte Smart and Mychal Mulder as well.
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Heat's Marcus Garrett: Inks two-way deal with Miami

Garrett signed a two-way contract with the Heat on Saturday, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports. Garrett is back with the Heat on a two-way deal after rejoining the team for Summer League. The 23-year-old was limited to 12 NBA appearances with Miami last season, but he'll look to improve his standing on the roster for 2022-23 now that he's fully recovered from wrist surgery.