Rich Paul doesn’t want Bronny James to sign a two-way contract

Rich Paul doesn’t want Bronny James to sign a two-way contract
Rich Paul doesn’t want Bronny James to sign a two-way contract

Bronny James is perhaps the biggest question mark in the 2024 NBA Draft. With all the questions surrounding his profile and his name, it is impossible to predict at what rank he may be selected. But Rich Paul, his agent, is already warning that the two-way contract is not an option.

Is it possible to see Bronny James be selected in the first round of the 2024 Draft? Yesterday, we learned that the Phoenix Suns were going to receive LeBron James’ son for a workout, and that a selection with pick 22 was not totally inconceivable. But in most mock drafts, the Trojans guard is rather projected in the middle or end of the second round.

However, the prospects selected at this time are mainly offered two-way contracts. Unlike a classic deal, guaranteed over several seasons and offered to the majority of rookies, the two-way is planned to alternate between the G League and the NBA. It is used as a springboard for young people in need of development, also limiting the number of matches in the main group to 50. More details here concerning this type of deal in the NBA.

But the other side of the coin is the relatively advantageous price for the franchises and “low” for the players. With a two-way, the future is not guaranteed and the risk of being cut is always present in the back of your mind. For these reasons, Rich Paul – Bronny James’ agent – ​​said he would refuse to sign a non-guaranteed contract.

Rich Paul says his client, Bronny James, will not sign a two-way contract which allows players to be on an NBA and G-League team -

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