Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot has reached an agreement with the Hawks. The Frenchman has signed an unsecured one-season deal, as reported by Chris Kirschner, a journalist from The Athletic, which translates into practical purposes that you can participate in the training camp franchise and fight to gain a foothold in the roster final.
The forward, number 26 in the 2016 draft, comes from spending two seasons with the Nets, in the last of which he has averaged 6.4 points and 2.2 rebounds in 18 minutes. Despite having some interesting conditions, its performance is still not quite impressive, especially in the launch of three, a facet that must improve if it wants to fit in a 3 & D profile. Despite the fact that in the 19-20 season it signed a 38.8% success rate from the perimeter, this does not seem more than an oasis in the desert, since its general numbers are much lower and in fact last year it was in a poor 31.4%.
In the Hawks, you will find competition in your position, as the Georgia team has several young forwards like De’Andre Hunter or Cameron Reddish who will be eager to show that they are the future and the present of the franchise. We will see if despite everything he manages to avoid being one of the final discards and ends up with a place in the team.
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