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It’s been a long, strange and sometimes rewarding basketball trip for Jordan McRae. There always seems to be another stop.
Now, according to the RealGM transactions log, McRae has landed a two-way deal with the Washington Wizards. That means he will spend part of his time with the Wizards, and part with their G-League franchise, known as the Capital City Go-Go.
McRae was selected by the San Antonio Spurs with the No. 28 overall pick in 2014, and the 6-foot-6 guard has bounced around since then. He spent some time with the Phoenix Suns in 2016, and last played in the NBA for the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016-17.
He was a member of the Cavs’ championship team in 2016.
McRae, 27, has also spent time with the Canton Charge of the G-League, and last season played for Spanish club Saski Baskonia.
The news of the McRae-Wizards union was initially reported by Marc Stein of the New York Times.