NBA rumors: Kadeem Allen to play in France

JL Bourg added some playmaking to its backcourt with the signing of Kadeem Allen on a one-year deal, the club announced Monday. Allen (1.88 meters, 27 years old) arrives Westchester of the G-League, where he collected 13.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.3 steals in 24 games last season. Allen also played in 10 NBA games with New York in 2019-20.

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The Knicks are planning to sign Kadeem Allen to a two-way contract prior to the Jan. 15 deadline to add two-way players, sources confirmed. Allen was with the Knicks in training camp and signed an Exhibit 10 contract to remain with the Knicks' G League club. He averaged 13.7 points on 47 percent shooting, 5.7 assists 1.6 steals per game for Westchester.
Allen is also known as a strong perimeter defender. He will take the two-way spot that was vacated when the Knicks signed Allonzo Trier to a standard NBA contract. Allen, whose signing was first reported by The Athletic, will have roughly 23 days of NBA service available with this contract.
Ian Begley: Knicks announce that they've signed guard Kadeem Allen. Allen, who split last season between Boston and its G League affiliate, is likely on a training camp deal.
Michael Scotto: The New York Knicks and free agent guard Kadeem Allen have agreed to a deal, a league source told The Athletic.

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Mark Murphy: Celtics announce that they have waived Kadeem Allen. Semi Ojeleye's second year becomes guaranteed today.
Gary Washburn: Could be the last #Celtics game for G Kadeem Allen. According to an NBA source, #Celtics will release Allen from his two-way contract and add another player on a two-way deal next week.
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