Philadelphia 76ers transform Paul Reed to the standard agreement, sign two-way Mason Jones

The Philadelphia 76ers have been content with their newbie class in the 2020-21 season. Tyrese Maxey seems as though he has potential as a reinforcement point guard, Isaiah Joe appears as though he can be a player on the two finishes, and Paul Reed won G League MVP and Rookie of the Year.

Reed was on a two-way bargain throughout the season and he will currently be changed over to a standard NBA contract. The group reported the news on Friday night after he had four points off the seat in the group’s success ludicrous Angeles Lakers on Thursday.

Reed is averaging 3.3 points and 1.9 bounce back in eight games with the Sixers. This comes after he arrived at the midpoint of 22.3 points and 11.8 bounce back in the G League with the Delaware Blue Coats in the Orlando bubble.

To supplant Reed, the Sixers will sign Mason Jones to a two-way bargain. Jones, a youngster out of Arkansas, played 26 games with the Houston Rockets in the 2020-21 season. He arrived at the midpoint of 5.8 points and 2.0 bounce back while shooting 35.9% from somewhere down in Houston and he will join Rayjon Tucker as the two-way players.