Undrafted NBA Free Agents 2022: Latest Details on Top Rookie Signings | Bleacher Report

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The 2022 NBA draft concluded on Thursday night, with 58 players selected overall, leaving a number of talented players undrafted. Below, we’ll break down all of the post-draft signings as teams look to fill out their two-way slots and summer-league rosters.


Los Angeles Lakers

The son of a Lakers legend will be heading to the West Coast to follow in the footsteps of his Hall of Fame father:

Shams Charania @ShamsCharania

Shareef O’Neal has agreed to play in the NBA Summer League with the Los Angeles Lakers, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium . Another O’Neal big man in a Lakers uniform.

The Lakers didn’t stop with the NBA pedigree there, adding another son of a Hall of Famer on a two-way deal:

The Lakers, who made just one draft pick on Thursday night (Michigan State guard Max Christie at No. 35), were one of the busier teams after the draft.

But they weren’t the only ones working the phones.


Denver Nuggets

Collin Gillespie, who won a national championship with Villanova and helped lead the team to two Final Fours, signed a two-way deal with the Nuggets on Thursday:


Toronto Raptors

The son of former Chicago Bulls guard Ron Harper, Ron Harper Jr., signed a two-way deal with the Toronto Raptors on Thursday:


Detroit Pistons

The ACC’s leading scorer last year is heading to the Detroit Pistons on a two-way deal:

The Pistons weren’t done there:


Miami Heat


Golden State Warriors


Houston Rockets

Philadelphia 76ers


New Orleans Pelicans


Sacramento Kings


Chicago Bulls


Brooklyn Nets


Memphis Grizzlies


Minnesota Timberwolves


Atlanta Hawks


Dallas Mavericks


Los Angeles Clippers


Portland Trail Blazers


Utah Jazz


Milwaukee Bucks

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