The Pacers have signed second-year swingman Oshae Brissett to his second 10-day contract with the club this season, Scott Agness of Fieldhouse Files tweets. The Pacers have confirmed the deal in a press release.
Indiana officially signed Brissett to his first 10-day with the club on April 1, meaning that his prior contract expired overnight.
During his first 10-day deal with the Pacers, the 6’7″ Brissett appeared in two games for the club, averaging just 2.5 MPG. He will most likely continue to be an insurance policy for the team’s perimeter rotation as it continues to push for a playoff appearance. At 24-27, the Pacers are currently the No. 9 seed in the East, which would qualify them for a play-in tournament stint were the season to end today.
Earlier this year, the 22-year-old wing played for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Indiana’s G League Affiliate, during the condensed Orlando “bubble” season. Brissett appeared in 12 games, starting 10, averaging 18.6 PPG, 9.7 RPG, 2.2 APG, 0.9 SPG, and 0.7 BPG. He connected on 43.8% of his field goals for the Mad Ants, and connected with 33.3% of his 6.5 three-point attempts a night.
After going undrafted out of Syracuse in 2019, Brissett signed a two-way contract with the Raptors. He appeared in 19 games for Toronto as a rookie. He averaged 7.1 MPG with the team.