The Miami Heat’s official Twitter account announced that the team has waived guards Jeremiah Martin and Mychal Mulder, who were both competing for two-way contracts with the Heat.
OFFICIAL: The Miami HEAT have waived guards Jeremiah Martin and Mychal Mulder. https://t.co/WwzV1KJCkz— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) October 15, 2019
Two-way contracts allow an NBA team to add a 16th and 17th roster spot for a player who can spend up to 45 days with their team. For the rest of the season, these players have to play for their NBA team’s G League affiliate.
Both Martin and Mulder can end up with the Sioux Falls Skyforce, Miami’s affiliate.
After this announcement, four other players know that they are still in the running for the Heat’s two-way contract spots — Daryl Macon, Davon Reed, Kyle Alexander and Chris Silva. Expect them all to get some playing time in the Heat’s final two preseason games.