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The Atlanta Hawks have apparently liked what they’ve seen out of Antonius Cleveland as they have signed him to a second 10-day contract, with an eye toward more of a commitment, according to Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Hawks sign Antonius Cleveland to second 10-day. When that deal expires their plan is to sign him through end of season plus 18-19.
— Michael Cunningham (@MCunninghamAJC) March 4, 2018
Atlanta plans to sign he 24-year-old shooting guard through the rest of this season and 2018-19 as well, Cunningham adds.
Cleveland, a former two-way player with the Dallas Mavericks, didn’t see any game action during the first 10-day deal with the Atlanta. The former Southeast Missouri State standout went undrafted in the 2017 draft, then signed a training-camp deal with the Golden State Warriors before getting the offer from Dallas.
The deal with Cleveland brings Atlanta’s roster back to 14 players.