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The San Antonio Spurs are signing power forward Ben Moore to a two-way contract, according a report by Shams Charania of Stadium.
The 6-foot-7, 203-pound Moore was waived by the Indiana Pacers two weeks ago to create a roster spot. He had re-signed with Indiana on a partially guaranteed contract last summer, but had not made an appearance in a game this season, spending most of the year with G-League affiliate Fort Wayne. He is averaging 12.5 points and 6.4 rebounds, shooting 57 percent from the field.
Last season, the SMU product played in two games for the Pacers as a two-way player and after going unclaimed on waivers, he returned to the organization with Fort Wayne.
Moore, 23, will fill the Spurs’ second two-way slot, the other being occupied by Drew Eubanks, currently playing with the Austin Spurs.