UPDATE: The Miami Heat announced the official signing of guard Davon Reed on Wednesday.
OFFICIAL: The Miami HEAT have signed guard Davon Reed. https://t.co/UKSZPlUB84— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) September 4, 2019
Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reported Tuesday that the Miami Heat are expected to sign guard Davon Reed, who played for the Miami Hurricanes from 2013-17.
Heat adding to camp roster, expected to sign former Hurricanes guard Davon Reed https://t.co/anwVhQIDlq The competition for a Heat two-way contract grows— Anthony Chiang (@Anthony_Chiang) September 3, 2019
Reed will compete with Kyle Andrson, Chris Silva and Jeremiah Martin for up to two roster spots that can go to players on “two-way contracts,” which allow a player to spend up to 45 days with their NBA team and the rest of the season with that team’s G League affiliate (in this case, the Sioux Falls Skyforce).
The 6-foot-5 guard was drafted 32nd overall by the Phoenix Suns in the 2017 NBA Draft. Last season, he played for the Indiana Pacers and their G League affiliate, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. During this past summer league, he played for the Golden State Warriors.