What players are on two-way contracts? Tracking two-way players in the 2020-21 NBA season

In an NBA season like no other, there is an increased importance of two-way players who are able to add depth to a team's NBA roster while splitting time with its G League affiliate, when possible.

There, they can develop into a rotational talent, with Oklahoma City Thunder guard Luguentz Dort serving as the most recent two-way success story.

This year, not all G League teams will be in action, meaning some of the players under two-way contracts will essentially be full-time members of the NBA roster. Per Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press, two-way contracts will not have a 45-day limit as in normal years but these players cannot be active for more than 50 of the 72 games this season.

Below, find an ongoing list of players signed to two-way contracts for the upcoming season. All 30 NBA teams are allowed to carry two on their respective rosters.

Two-way players, 2020-21 NBA season
Atlanta Hawks Nathan Knight Skylar Mays
Boston Celtics Tacko Fall Tremont Waters
Brooklyn Nets Jeremiah Martin TBD
Charlotte Hornets Grant Riller Nate Darling
Chicago Bulls Devon Dotson Adam Mokoka
Cleveland Cavaliers Matt Mooney Lamar Stevens
Dallas Mavericks Tyler Bey Nate Hinton
Denver Nuggets Greg Whittington Markus Howard
Detroit Pistons Saben Lee Louis King
Golden State Warriors Nico Mannion TBD
Houston Rockets Kenny Wooten Mason Jones
Indiana Pacers Cassius Stanley Brian Bowen
LA Clippers Amir Coffey Jay Scrubb
Los Angeles Lakers Devontae Cacok Kostas Antetokounmpo
Memphis Grizzlies Killian Tillie Sean McDermott
Miami Heat Gabe Vincent TBD
Milwaukee Bucks Mamadi Diakite Jaylen Adams
Minnesota Timberwolves Ashton Hagans TBD
New Orleans Pelicans Naji Marshall Will Magnay
New York Knicks Jared Harper Theo Pinson
Oklahoma City Thunder Josh Hall Moses Brown
Orlando Magic Karim Mané Jordan Bone
Philadelphia 76ers Dakota Mathias Paul Reed
Phoenix Suns Ty-Shon Alexander TBD
Portland Trail Blazers Keljin Blevins TBD
Sacramento Kings Kyle Guy TBD
San Antonio Spurs Quinndary Weatherspoon Keita Bates-Diop
Toronto Raptors Paul Watson Jalen Harris
Utah Jazz Trent Forrest Jarrell Brantley
Washington Wizards Garrison Mathews Cassius Winston

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