Admiral Schofield Re-signed with the Orlando Magic. On Friday evening the two-way agreement, the team announced.
A league source told the Orlando Sentinel before the team’s announcement that Schofield signed two-way A qualifying offer extended the magic to him before free agency began.making way for his return.
Schofield, A The 25-year-old forward who was the 42nd pick of the 2019 draft.was among a group of players the Magic signed to 10-day contracts through strict waivers from the organization’s G-League affiliate Lakeland Magic in mid-December, as several players were affected by the league’s COVID-19 health conditions. And was kept in safety protocol.
He signed multiple 10-day deals before signing a two-way contract in early January, averaging 3.8 points in 12.3 minutes (38 games).
Schofield played for the Magic’s Las Vegas Summer League team in early July, averaging 9 points (50% shooting) and 4 rebounds in two games before being shut out by Orlando.
Schofield, 6-foot-5 and 240 pounds, averaged 3 points on 38 percent shooting and 1.4 rebounds in 11.2 minutes in 33 games (two starts) for the Washington Wizards during the 2019-20 season. He also spent time with the Wizards’ G-League team, the Capital City Go-Go’s, averaging 16 points and 5.5 rebounds in 33 G-League games that season.
The Wizards traded Schofield to the Oklahoma City Thunder during the 2020 draft, with the Thunder waiving Schofield during the preseason. He averaged 10.1 points and 5.7 rebounds in 26.2 minutes per game with the Greensboro Swarm, the Charlotte Hornets’ G-League affiliate, during 2020-21.
Schofield signed with the Magic as a free agent on September 21, playing in two preseason games before being waived on October 16. He averaged 14.4 points and 7.2 rebounds in 33 minutes in 12 games (10 starts) with Lakeland before joining Orlando.
Introduced during the 2017–18 season, two-way contracts are developmental contracts, in which players move back and forth between a franchise’s NBA team and its G League affiliate.
Each team can sign a pair of players to two-way deals, meaning the Magic have one two-way roster slot left.
Two-way players will once again have a 50-game regular-season limit starting in 2022-23 after the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association eliminated that limit in 2021-22 due to teams’ COVID-19 pandemic. will be added to the NBA team’s active roster. -19 outbreak.