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Former LSU shooting guard Antonio Blakeney has signed a two-way contract with the Chicago Bulls, the team announced Friday.

Blakeney has appeared in four games for the Bulls’ Summer League team this year, averaging 16.8 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 26.8 minutes per game.

Here is who the Bulls describe a "two-way contract" on their official page:
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Per NBA rules, teams are permitted to have two Two-Way players on their roster at any given time, in addition to their 15-man regular season roster. A Two-Way player for the Bulls will provide services to the team’s G League affiliate – the Windy City Bulls – but can spend up to 45 days with Chicago, not including any time prior to the start of Windy City’s training camp and at the conclusion of their season.
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Don't worry, our few negative fans will find some way to btch about this too. They hope the young man fails. Congrats AB. Keep proving them wrong.
Reply7 months
congrats !!
Reply7 months
congrats man
Reply7 months
He picked the right time to get hot from Three that's for sure. His game was so hyped when he got here that I expected him to be doing that right from the start. His missed wide open three's probably cost us getting in the tournament his freshman year. He will still do almost all of his playing on the minor league team but has boosted his chances of making over $30,000 now. It depends on how many weeks he actually plays on the NBA team.
Reply7 months
Just be happy for him and stop being nostradamus
7 months
Yea it was Blankley that cost us the NCAA 2 years ago? No wonder he left early.
7 months
Wtf are you even talking about?
7 months
Oh ohhhh... I guess the naysayers went underground
Reply7 months
Good for him. Wish he had stayed for another season under Will Wade, but can't blame a man for trying to earn a paycheck.
Reply7 months
Larry Leo is still trying to have his first two-way.
Reply7 months
Larry Leo gave you a down vote son!
7 months
Congrats Tone! Hope he continues to do well.
Reply7 months
Happy for him!!!!!!!
Reply7 months
But but but but he's destined to europe and not good enough for nba...
Reply7 months
Good start AB. Keep it going!
Reply7 months
This young man has great character and work ethic. Congratulations AB
Reply7 months
Great news....hope he progresses into a big-time contract!
Reply7 months
Averaging 16 a game! Y'all said he wouldn't make it.. y'all said he'd play overseas .. Y'all can hold this L... Kid is a tiger and I love his game. Congrats tone !!
Reply7 months
... Has he "made it"?
7 months
More points than ben Simmons so far haha
7 months
Gotta respect his work ethic. Well deserved young man
Reply7 months
How do you know about his work ethic? Just curious.
7 months
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