The Los Angeles Lakers had the second two-way spot on the roster open up following Austin Reaves’ promotion to the 14th man.
As Joel Ayayi possesses the other two-way spot, there’s a competition brewing among the players on training camp deals to fill the opening created after Reaves’ departure.
Chaundee Brown, Mac McClung, Cam Oliver and Trevelin Queen have had preseason run through the first two games, while four-year veteran Frank Mason was recently signed to a training camp deal.
Among that group, Brown has played the most minutes through two games, and head coach Frank Vogel likes what he sees.
“Yeah, he’s making a case,” Vogel said. “He’s performing well, obviously the perimeter shooting and the defensive physical toughness…he’s off to a good start for us.”