Former Boston Celtics two way big man Tacko Fall has signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers’ developmental affiliate in the G League, the Canton Charge according to a recent press release circulated by the team.
Fall, a center out of the University of Central Florida picked up by the Celtics on a two way deal after going unselected in the 2019 NBA draft, had previously signed with the Cavs as a two way player after a pair of seasons in a similar role with Boston ended this summer. The Senegalese big man will play as an in-season affiliate player for the team according to the release.
Cut by the Cavs on Jan. 9, Fall had played mainly with the parent club as a two way player in the 2021-22 season, having played just one contest with the Charge before signing with them.
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Fall also played in four games during the G League’s Showcase Cup tournament this season, recording 23.3 points on .731 shooting with 13.3 rebounds and 3.0 blocks in 28.4 minutes per game.