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The Long Island Nets acquired the G League rights to Devontae Cacok in a five-team trade Friday, but the 6’8” big man won’t be playing at Nassau Coliseum.
On Monday afternoon, the San Antonio Spurs claimed Cacok off waivers and signed him to a two-way contract, thus thwarting the Nets plans. Cacok will instead be playing mostly for the Austin Toros.
The Spurs claimed former Lakers/Nets forward Devontae Cacok off waivers and will convert Cacok to a two-way contract, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) October 18, 2021
Long Island acquired Cacok’s rights from the South Bay Lakers Friday in return for those of B.J. Johnson and Long Island’s first round pick in the G League’s Draft on October 23. The Lakeland Magic will now control Long Island’s pick, the 20th selection, in the Draft.
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Not long after the trade, Brooklyn waived Cacok, who had been on an Exhibit 10 training camp contract, from their roster. There was always a risk that another team could claim him and the Spurs did.
Cacok had been in competition for the Nets second two-way contract, but lost out to David Duke Jr. But the Nets were hoping to keep him in the Brooklyn organization. The Nets needed to acquire the former Laker’s G League rights in order to play him with Long Island. That’s because NBA teams are limited in converting Exhibit 10 contracts to G League deals.
In the past several days, the Nets have signed and waived four players who were on Exhibit 10s — Bryce Brown, Josh Gray, Jordan Bowden and Brandon Rachal. All are now bound for Long Island. That’s the most NBA teams can assign to their G League affiliates under league rules. So Brooklyn had to find a way to get Cacok to Long Island.