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The Indiana Pacers have reached agreement on a one-year contract with free agent forward Ben Moore, according to a report from Scott Agnes of The Athletic.
Moore is 6-foot-8 and went undrafted out of SMU in 2017. He signed a two-way contract with the Pacers last season, appearing in two games. He also played for the Pacers’ entry in the Las Vegas summer league this past July.
As Agnes noted, Moore is one of 14 players taking part in training camp with Team USA this week, as it prepares for the FIBA World Cup qualifying tournament. The U.S. men’s basketball team is coached by former NBA coach and current ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy.
Moore, 23, played for former Pacers coach Larry Brown while at SMU. Moore’s contract with the Pacers is partially guaranteed, according to Agnes.
He spent the majority of last season with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the G-League.